D-D H2Ocean Nutri-Fix NP Bio Pellets Media – 250ml

D-D H2Ocean Nutri-Fix NP Bio Pellets Media – 250ml

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D-D H2Ocean NutriFix NP Bio Pellets Media – 250ml

Nutri-Fix NP is a bio media and bacterial food source adapted specifically for the reduction of Nitrate and Phosphate in aquaria. This revolutionary fluidised media brings all of the benefits of liquid Carbon/Vodka dosing methods without the risk of over dosing the aquarium.

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D-D H2Ocean Nutri-Fix NP Bio Pellets Media – 250ml

D-D H2Ocean Nutri-Fix NP Bio Pellets Media is a bio media and bacterial food source adapted specifically for the reduction of Nitrate and Phosphate in aquaria. This revolutionary fluidised media brings all of the benefits of liquid Carbon/Vodka dosing methods without the risk of over dosing the aquarium. Nutri-Fix NP is a 100% pure, fixed carbon source bio-polymer that can be used in a fluidised reactor for the promotion of rapid bacterial growth within a controlled environment away from the main display, promoting only those bacteria relevant to the task of nutrient uptake.

Benefits and Uses:

• Reduces both nitrate and phosphate

• No additional carbon dosing required

• Allows increased feeding of fish and corals

• 100-200ml of NutriFix per 100L of water

• Protein skimming required

• Best used in a fluidised reactor

Instructions for Use:

We recommend between 100 and 200ml of media for every 100litres of aquarium water which can be topped up as they are consumed by the bacteris. For systems with high starting nitrate levels we suggest a reduced initial volume to prevent bacterial blooms from clouding the water.

Fluidisation:

In order to achieve the maximum benefit from the pellets it is recommended for them to be placed in a fluidised reactor. This allows the bacterial mulm that builds up on the pellet to be continually released into the water column where it can be skimmed off or become food for corals. The pellets can also be placed in an ‘open mesh’ sock in good flow or in a canister filter however they will need regular manual agitation and maintenance to release bacterial mulm.

Flow Rate:

The flow rate required will be relative to both the amount of media used size of the reactor however a steady rolling of the pellets in the reactor is sufficient. Direct the outlet of the reactor towards the inlet of your protein skimmer for maximum bacterial and nutrient removal.

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