TRITON Treatments have been developed to fix specific problems commonly faced by aquarists. Unlike many
products on the market TRITON Treatments are quality controlled and free from contamination by unwanted / unknown elements.
- AL99 Phosphate Remover is an aluminum based high quality treatment for removing phosphate
- Also removes barium and silicate
- For use in a reactor with adjustable flow to minimize tumbling
- Media should be rinsed with RODI until fizzing stops
- Minimum dose = 50 ml per 100 liters (26 gallons)
- Maximum dose = 100 ml per 100 liters (26 gallons)
- Media should be changed once a month
- 1 x 1000 ml bottle of AL99 Phosphate Remover
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Triton Applied Reef Bioscience was founded to take the mystery out of reefkeeping by empowering aquarists to test their sea water, know what is actually in it, and use scientific advice to fix water quality problems before they arise.
Their ground breaking application of HPLC and ICP-OES techniques to reef keeping came from in-house research and development by TRITON LAB. When combined with their range of highly pure supplements and treatments developed by TRITON REAGENTS, we arrive at the heart of what separates TRITON from the competition. They empower hobbyists with the knowledge of what is actually in their seawater, and give them the control to fix it, with accuracy and precision.
But they didn’t stop there. Because Triton are chemists AND reef keepers, they wanted this solution to be available to everyone. So they created the TRITON METHOD: an easy-to-follow recipe so anyone can have the beauty and tranquility of a living coral reef in their own home.
January 22, 2019
Yes, I would recommend this.
Keeps my phosphate level low and stable
Pros: Easy to use, same as any other filter media you're accustomed to
Cons: Not as effective as GFO
I haven't seen many reviews about this filter media so I thought I'd share my experience. I run AL99 in a media reactor with low flow like the manufacturer recommends. My phosphate level (tested with a Hanna Checker) is not 0 but close. I find this media keeps my phosphate level low but more importantly stable if I swap it out every month. I am not a heavy feeder (I haven't fed frozen foods to my tank in like a year), perform monthly water changes, and swap out mechanical filtration (filter pads) twice a week. I also use Chemi-Pure Blue for chemical filtration.
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