NEW All-in-One BioPellets now at Jungle Aquatics!What makes the All-in-One Bio...

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  1. bryan

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    NEW All-in-One BioPellets now at Jungle Aquatics!

    What makes the All-in-One BioPellets different from the standard pellets ? This is the simple and easy to understand version. What we managed to do is to combine the NP Reducing BioPellets with the active ingredient of phosphate remover. As any organism need phosphates as a building block to allow growth, including bacteria, this makes this combination a win-win situation. Like with the standard NP Reducing BioPellets, as well as the NP Reducing BioPellets XL, the bacteria consumes the pellets for the carbon so they can multiply. At the same time they consume the nitrates and some phosphates from your water column which will lead to lower nitrate levels in your water.

    In some systems people reported that the biopellets don’t work in their aquarium. This is meanly due to heavy phosphate removal from the water. As said before, any organism, including bacteria, need phosphates to allow growth. The new All-in-One BioPellets has the phosphate mover build in allowing the bacteria to utilize it for growth and reproduction at the same place as their carbon source. This is improve the nitrate removal with about 5x. As the bacteria consume the pellets, a new layer of -fresh- phosphate remover will be exposed for phosphate removal. This makes the All-in-One BioPellets unique in his kind. With this combination of phosphate removal by the bacteria and the removal by the All-in-One BioPellets we achieved to increase the phosphate removal from the water column by 10-20x compared to the standard NP Reducing BioPellets and the NP Reducing BioPellet XL.

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    @bryan, what`s the price please bryan?
     
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    Good stuff...
    i have never used other brands of bio pellets..I would rather support these guys, the creators of bio pellets...
    its a shame to see big name brands copy these guys...

    this sounds good...need to try it.
     
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    Hi there, here you go:
    250ml - R550
    500ml - R850
     
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    I suppose these pellets need to be used in a reactor?
     
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