Posted: 1/6/2009 from BLUEWATER, NM UNITED STATES
Just started up a 55 gallon reef tank, the nitrite level
after 8 days was 1.5 ppm. I removed the filters from a marineland 200 power filter and droped in the nitra Zorb
packet, less than 24 hours later my reading was zero. I would suggest to anyone starting a new tank, to have this product on had, great stuff.
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Posted: 5/20/2008 from PHOENIXVILLE, PA UNITED STATES
Last year, I switched over to a Rena Filstar XP3 canister filter for my fishtank. My tank contained at the time 1 goldfish and 1 pleco. Shortly after I bought the filter (giving it time to cycle with the tank), I had moved the fish into a 90 gallon tank from the 29 it had been in, and added 2 more goldfish once the new tank had cycled.
This canister filter, and using NitraZorb in it, have made all the difference to me! Prior to using these products, I would have to perform daily water changes and constantly check the pH/ammonia/nitrite/nitrate levels in the tank because the old filtration wasn't keeping up with my messy, huge fish. Now, I perform a much more normal water change and filter cleaning schedule and the tank stays nice and stable. My enormous fish and I are very pleased with how clean the tank stays, and having the Nitra-Zorb in the tank is just the ticket for ensuring that my fish will remain healthy!
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