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Seachem Reef Buffer, 8.8 fl. oz.

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  • Description

    Please note that the product information displayed is provided by manufacturers, suppliers and other third parties and is not independently verified by Petco.

    When used as directed Reef Buffer will raise the pH of your reef system to 8.3 without fear of accidentally overshooting the pH to a dangerous level. Whereas competing products simply use sodium bicarbonate, Reef Buffer is made with a blend of carbonate and bicarbonate salts. This blend of salts results in Reef Buffer yielding a pK of roughly 8.6 in saltwater.

    • - Buffer for Saltwater Aquarium
    • - Raises pH to 8.3
    • - Blend of Carbonate and Bicarbonate Salts
    • - pK of 8.6 yields increased stability
    • - Can be used in Marine and Reef Tanks
    • - Raises Carbonate Alkalinity

    Specifications

    • SKU

      3234232

    • Primary Brand

      Seachem

    • Days to Ship

      Ships Next Business Day

  • Item Dimensions

    • Length

      2.44 IN

    • Volume

      8.8 FZ

    • Circumference

      7.66 IN

    • Height

      4.81 IN

    • Width

      2.44 IN

    • Depth

      2.44 IN

  • Check pH and alkalinity before use (use MultiTest Marine pH & Alkalinity to test ph nd alkalinity levels). Use 5 g (1 level teaspoon) for every 150 L (40 US gallons) to raise pH by about 0.1 pH units (this will also raise alkalinity by about 0.5 meq/L). For precise dosing, use the Seachem Digital Spoon Scale. Dissolve in at least 250 mL (one cup) of freshwater, then add to the tank. The pH of natural sea water is 8.25-8.30. In a well established reef system pH adjustment may be necessary biweekly to semiweekly. Dosing requirements will vary, but do not exceed the recommended dose without checking your pH and alkalinity (alkalinity should not exceed 6 meq/L). If an alkalinity of 6 meq/L has been reached and a pH of at least 8.20 has not been attained or substantial cloudiness that does not clear within 15 minutes is encountered, then the system is not ionically balanced. To restore ionic balance perform a water change or adjust the magnesium & calcium levels to approximately 3:1 Mg:Ca.

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