Why is iodine required? Corals might require iodine as a de-toxifier, as a protection against uv-radiation and as a natural defense against many parasites. Iodine is present in NSW (Natural Sea Water) in a very low concentratio...
The importance of trace elements By trace elements we usually mean elements that are present in natural seawater in a concentration lower than approx. 1 mg/L or ppm. Some of these elements are essential to make many biological p...
Why is boron required? Boron is present in NSW (Natural Sea Water) in a moderately low concentration (4.4 - 4.8 mg/L or ppm). It is present predominantly as boric acid and to a lesser extent as borate. It has several important...
About Phosphate Killer It is a granular ferric oxide hydroxide and has a very high surface area on which phosphate can be adsorbed. It has therefore a very low weight per volume. The phosphate binding capacity of this product is...
About All in One All in One can make the use of the so-called A and B calcium and alkalinity supplements unnecessary. It contains almost everything required for growth by corals and the beautiful encrusting pink and red coralli...
Salifert Iodine Profi-Test
Iodine is present in natural sea water in a very low concentration (0.6 mg/L or 0.06 PPM) and this iodine occurs as several different species including iodide, iodate, molecular iodine and hypoiodi...
Salifert Strontium Profi-Test
In a marine aquarium strontium plays an important role in accelerating the growth of coral and calcareous algae and natural sea water contains approx. 7 - 9 mg/L strontium.
Why is strontium required? Strontium is probably important for accelerating coral and calcareous algae growth. NSW (Natural Sea Water) contains approx. 7 - 9 mg/L strontium. This strontium is associated (”chelated”) with sulfate...
Salifert Algae Package includes Phosphate, Silicate, and Nitrate
Salifert Nitrogen Cycle Package includes Ammonia, Nitrite, Nitrate,