Redsea No3 : Po4 - X (NOPOX) New Sizes

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  1. bryan

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    Red Sea No3 : Po4 - X now available in new sizes:
    500ml (stocked in store and online) :thumbup:
    1L (stocked in store and online) :clap:
    5L (stocked in store and online)
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    Pricing is GREAT and includes FREE door to door delivery.... :drool5:

    NO 3 : PO 4 - X Contains a unique complex of carbons that are used by nutrient-reducing bacteria. Each carbon is utilized by different strains of microorganisms while maintaining the specific Carbon: Nitrogen: Phosphorus ratio required for each stage. The complex includes other organic bonded elements that are important stimulators in each stage of the reduction process. These metal and non-metals elements ensure steady bacterial propagation and complete nitrate reduction to nitrogen gas and the absorption and utilization of phosphate by the bacteria. The fine control of the nitrate and phosphate levels provided by monitored dosing of NO 3 : PO 4 - X guarantees the gradual changes and accurate maintenance of the nutrient levels, preventing destruction of the zooxanthellae population that can cause UV shock and starvation of the corals.
    Unlike some other low-nutrient regimes, correct use of NO 3 : PO 4 - X will maintain all of the beneficial micro fauna.
    NO 3 : PO 4 - X is also recommended as a complete carbon source for use with carbon based de-nitrators.
    NO 3 : PO 4 - X, available in 500ml, 1L and 5L and also includes a measuring cup for easy dosing 1ml - 50ml.

    Dosage
    2ml per 100 liters but should be reduced daily.


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  3. tekkengal

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    Dude, hold a 1l bottle for me, I will come pick it up tomorrow :)
     
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    No probs...we got...plenty...LOL :)
     
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    Hi ..i have a
    120 litre tank ...i am using 2ml evdry 2nd day wat u think ......shud b k
    ..
     
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    Depending on your nitrate levels...reduce it daily as needed until you hit no3 at 2 or below and then dose 0.5 daily or 1ml every second day...the stuff is strong don't underestimate it... ;) our Redsea Max is on 0.5ml daily and nitrates at 0.0 and it maintains it below the 0 mark on this dose but keep in mind we've been using it for some time now...each system is different and every hand that feeds does it well differently lol so monitor, test and dose as required :)
     
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    how will i dose for phos .. My phos is 0.05 now ...any advise
     
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    That's perfectly fine P04 you don't want 0.00 ...... You need some trace of it and 0.05 is well under the levels :)
     
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    :eek: Who said sizes doesn't count! :P:lol:
    Don't forget my blue throated trigger Bryan, as well as my toadstoll, like the one in your RSM 130!:biggrin::whistling:
     
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    ....and you don't dose separately for PO4, it's all in one dose and like @mytank said, you Phosphate is already great!
     
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    this stuff works like charm
     
  12. hadiosbourne

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    how much they go for?
     
  13. shaunn

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    since i have been using it my po4 and No3 have been untraceable with the red sea kits
     
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    That's an awesome product,well done redsea again,Gold medal
     
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    I have no problem with the product but guys PLEASE don't use this as a miracle cure for P04 and N03 you still need a proper filtration system, feed properly and tank husbandry is still required.

    Say you run out or you break your legs and run out, don't have the above you gonna be in poo. Rather use this a s a supplement to a good filtration system than your only type of P04 and N03 remover.

    :)
     
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    Tops
     
  19. shaunn

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    i agree with @mytank it not a one time cure there is still lots of work that goes with it to keep the Po4 and No3 @ the 0 mark not just the red sea stuff and u away
     
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    100 % my tank true true
     
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    will it help with my blasted GHA issues!!!!! Cant get NO3 to below 0.2 and PO4 undetectable...but I HAVE AN ALGAE SCRUBBER IN MY DT!

    Need to visit @bryan soon...
     
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