Calcium

The natural calcium concentration in seawater is approximately 420 mg/l. In the aquarium, the range should remain within 380 - 440 mg/l as far as possible. Below 360 mg/l, significant restrictions in the skeletal development of hard corals are to be expected.

Values that are too high ​​lead to problems with the pumps and other devices due to precipitates, but bring no advantages that would justify this.

The natural calcium concentration in seawater is approximately 420 mg/l. In the aquarium, the range should remain within 380 - 440 mg/l as far as possible. Below 360 mg/l, significant restrictions in the skeletal...

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Calcium

The natural calcium concentration in seawater is approximately 420 mg/l. In the aquarium, the range should remain within 380 - 440 mg/l as far as possible. Below 360 mg/l, significant restrictions in the skeletal development of hard corals are to be expected.

Values that are too high ​​lead to problems with the pumps and other devices due to precipitates, but bring no advantages that would justify this.

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Sealutions Calcium Chloride Dihydrate 0.8 kg
Sealutions Calcium Chloride Dihydrate 0.8 kg
Component B for calcium and carbonate hardness dosage according to the Balling method
0.8 kg (€16.19 / kg)
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Sealutions Origin - Calcium
Sealutions Origin - Calcium
The automatic source of nutrients for calcium
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