Pro Skimmer- Coral Nourishment (SPS) Corals spend energy for respiration, mucus production, growth and reproduction. Research has shown that the total energy demand cannot be met by photosynthesis alone. If we also consider tha...
Omega Amino Acid (50mL) In nature, to maintain enough amino acid input to live and grow corals normally feed on plankton, either bacterial plankton, micro plankton, or "large" plankton. Unfortunately live plankton in closed aqu...
ELOS AQUA TEST KIT- CALCIUM Calcium is the primary building block of corals, clams, calcareous algae and many other organisms that we grow in our aquarium. Without adequate supplies of calcium these organism will not flourish a...
ELOS AQUA TEST KIT- MAGNESIUM Magnesium (Mg) is present in a high quantity (1300-1350 ppm) in natural seawater. Contrary to its not only quantitative significance, this element was ignored as an important parameter of the marin...
ELOS AQUA TEST KIT- AMMONIA Ammonia is the most lethal form of inorganic nitrogen produced in aquarium water. The major source of ammonia in a well run aquarium is from solid waste from fish and invertebrates, uneaten food, dec...
ELOS AQUA TEST KIT- CARBONATE HARNDESS The alkalinity of a solution refers to its capacity to buffer against drops in pH. It is a measure of the concentration of various negatively charged ionic compounds (anions) such as carbo...
ELOS AQUA TEST KIT- PHOSPHATE Phosphate (PO4) build up in aquariums appears to be a fairly common problem in freshwater and saltwater aquariums. They are present in most tap water supplies and are also introduced to aquarium wa...
ELOS AQUA TEST KIT- NITRATE The Biological filtration is a method that uses naturally occurring nitrifying bacteria to detoxify nitrogenous wastes. One type of bacteria (Nitrosomonas spp.) converts ammonia to nitrite while anot...
SVC- zooplankton for filter feeders Through highly efficient filtration and protein skimming we clear organic molecules and particulate matter from our systems. The impact of this method of filtration on the availability of nou...