Salifert Coral Calcium 250 ml Each liter of Coral Calcium contains about 160,000 mg of calcium
The perfect way to replenish the spent calcium in your aquarium without disturbing the balance and without causing significant changes in pH (what calcium hydroxide does). All corals, limes, molluscs, etc. need calcium.
Why is calcium necessary?
Calcium is an important ingredient of lime algae, hard coral skeleton material and the skull needles of soft / leather corals. In addition, calcium also fulfills many biological functions. These processes result in a calcium consumption.
Too low calcium concentration slows down the growth of corals and lime algae.
NSW (Natural Sea Water) contains 400 – 450 mg / L of calcium.
This is also the value we must strive for. Aquarium For a stable aquarium, the fluctuations in calcium content should not exceed about 15 mg / L.
About Coral Calcium
We’ve concentrated this addition very much. In fact, a higher concentration is impossible. Each liter of Coral Calcium contains about 160,000 mg of calcium. Something that you will appreciate when you consider that an average aquarium consumes 5-8 mg of calcium per liter each week.
To prevent ionic imbalances, we seek a good balance between calcium and ions such as sulfate, chloride, bromide, sodium and magnesium.