Attributes / Specifications
Ingredients & Guaranteed Analysis
Reef Fusion 2 is part of a system formulated to provide the essentials for the reef aquarium. Reef Fusion 2 provides alkalinity.
- Provides calcareous species with the essential carbonate needed for growth
- Specifically designed to be used with Seachem Reef Fusion 1
- Designed to restore and maintain alkalinity
- Primary BrandSeachem
- Days to ShipUsually Leaves Warehouse the Next Business Day
DIRECTIONS: Dose aquarium every 1-2 days. Add 1 mL of Reef Fusion 1 per 25 L (6.5 gallons) of water. (For reference purposes, the cap holds 5 mL.) Add this to a high current area of the tank. Wait a few minutes, then add 1 mL of Reef Fusion 2 per 25 L (6.5 gallons) of water. It is preferred that the two products be added to separate locations in the tank. This dose contributes 4 mg/L of calcium, and 0.176 meq/L of alkalinity. Never mix Reef Fusion 1 with Reef Fusion 2 directly. Do not exceed a dose of 4 mL in 25 L (6.5 gallons) per day of each product. Maintain calcium level between 410-430 mg/L. Maintain alkalinity between 4-6 meq/L. Size or frequency of dose may be increased if dosing regimen is insufficient to maintain calcium and alkalinity in these ranges.
Our Seachem Reef Fusion 1 (sold separately) and Seachem Reef Fusion 2 are the foundation of a system formulated to provide the essentials for the reef aquarium. Reef Fusion 1 provides calcium, while Reef Fusion 2 provides alkalinity. When used together, the Reef Fusion system will maintain calcium and alkalinity levels. Reef Fusion 1 provides not only 100,000 mg/L of ionic calcium, but also includes biologically appropriate levels of magnesium, strontium, boron, iron, manganese, and molybdenum. Reef Fusion 2 contains a mixture of carbonates and bicarbonates at an alkalinity of 4400 meq/L. It is designed to restore and maintain alkalinity in the reef aquarium and provide calcareous species with the essential carbonate needed for growth. When used as directed, Reef Fusion 1 and Reef Fusion 2 will maintain the critical levels of calcium and alkalinity necessary for healthy coral growth, while providing biologically appropriate levels of other elements and trace minerals.