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Vendeur: fishmania-aquatics (1.539) 98%, Lieu où se trouve: Mansfield, Lieu de livraison: Europe, Numéro de l'objet: 221592078546 Brand: Unbranded, Water Type: All Water Types, MPN: Does Not Apply, Les Détails: Crushed Coral Crushed coral is the most natural way to raise and buffer the PH, GH & KH levels in all fresh water aquariums, just a small amount will permanently raise your PH levels up to around 6.8 even if you have a very low PH to start with this method will work and unlike using chemicals that need to be measured out every time you do a water change and then require constant adjustment you can simply just add this either to you tank by scattering it amongst your gravel/ substrate or for better results if you have a canister filter it can be added as a filter media amongst your biomedia As a general guide 100g will be enough for about a 60 uk gallon tank please be aware that this isn't an instant boost but it will gradually raise the ph over a week or 2 which is less stressful to your fish. this is also a great way of adding extra calcium to your aquarium for shrimp and snail tanks as the invertibrates can draw the required amount of natural calcium out from the coral the following link was taken from aquaria central forum where the user did a controlled experiment to see how effective the use of coral was on the waters ph levels aquaria central http://www.aquariacentral.com/forums/showthread.php?230656-Crushed-Coral-A-Controlled-Experiment&highlight=crushed+coral please read the report taken from aquaria central forum: Results: Using crushed coral to raise KH/PH I thought I'd report back how my experience with using crushed coral to increase my KH levels worked out. Test results before adding anything: 12/9/02 - 55 gal: KH 0ppm, GH 50ppm, PH 6.2 10 gal: KH 0ppm, GH 50ppm, PH 6.2 Test results 8 days later with no water changes: 12/17/02 - 55 gal: KH 40ppm, GH 75ppm, PH 6.8 10 gal: KH 40ppm, GH 75ppm, PH 7.2 I added 2 TEAspoons to the 10 gal and 2 TABLEspoons to the 55 gal. I just put the crushed coral down into the toe end of a pair of kneehighs and dropped it down into the filter. I removed about half of the crushed coral from the 10 gal because I don't want it to go up any higher than it is now. I don't want the 55 gal to get any higher either because the fish in there prefer a lower PH, but I haven't changed the amount of crushed coral in that tank yet. From what I've read on this topic so far, a KH of 40ppm is still a bit on the low side. However, it's much better than the 0 I had before, so I'm happy with the readings. I wanted to post the results because in the thread I started before asking how to raise my KH, someone posted that they had 20lbs of crushed coral in their freshwater tank (as substrate I believe). I wanted to give others who are looking at this as a solution to raise KH a general idea of the results they can expect. I will post again if the next set of tests show any real changes one way or another. If I don't add additional test results or comments to this topic, it is safe to assume that everthing stabalized nicely with the amounts of crushed coral I now have in each tank. Powered by eBay Turbo Lister

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