N-P nitrate and phosphate reducing bio pellets

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  1. TheWaterboy

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    hello all, great news:thumbup:
    We will be brining in the N-P nitrate and phosphate reducing Bio pellets , they are a carbon source in pellet form , the bacteria grow directly on the pellet and receive their carbon requirements directly from the pellet. , they should be here next week:yeahdude:
    if anyone is interested.....please send us a pm or feel free to contact us on 082 879 39 43

    also the frozen ocean nutrition foods are selling like sweets and all clients who have bought all came back with amazing feedback.....make sure you feed you fish and coral....the best:1:
     
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  3. lIghty

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    cool, but answer your phone, I don't wanna here I'm sold out :dft004:
     
  4. TheWaterboy

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    lol....done;)

    okay......the product is the original product direct from the founders in holland.

    world wide reviews have been amazing..........so pm me for orders
     
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    what will the pricing be like on these pellets?
     
  6. TheWaterboy

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    somewhere in the region of R400 to R450 per 500g vat inclusive!

    we just awaiting the final paperwork to be done to give an excact cost.....but it wont be more than that;)
     
  7. SIMS

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    when will my carbon be ready :p
     
  8. Adee

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    PM me a price on 2000ml please.
     
  9. shane

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    According to the web site, about 0.5 to 1 litre of these pellets are required for every 500 litres of aquarium water. Now how do we determine how many litres there are from 500 grams?
    Cheers
     
  10. Ridwaan

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    Excelllent! the waterboy does it again...
    I will definitly be placing an order.
     
  11. MistaOrange

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    It's sold as 500L or 1000L Packs not grams.;)
     
  12. TheWaterboy

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    mista orange...its not Litres packs either
    lol...my bad yes.....its 500ml and 1000ml packs

    however we will not be stocking 1000ml packs as the saving for the larger quantity was not worth us bringing it in....ie the price for 2 x 500ml was basically only slightly more;)
     
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    Tops! Please give me a shout when you receive it. ;)
     
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    this is gona change reef keeping altogether around the world
     
  15. shane

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    Thanks Marco,
    I disn;t mean to put you on the spot there.;)
    Cheers
     
  16. TheWaterboy

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    no problem shane.....
    ziyaad.....for sure
     
  17. MistaOrange

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    my bad sorry
     
  18. MistaOrange

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    You got that right buddy:thumbup:
     
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    Following.
     
  20. Louis Scheepers

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    How long will the pellets last before it needs to be replaced? Every month could become super expensive!
     
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    they stated on another thread it could last upto 6 months,depending on the volume tank u using it
     
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