Water Chemistry

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  • Ca+

    Calcium is one of the most important compounds in our aquariums, especially for those who are interested in maintaining chalky limestone corals (SPS and LPS). It is one of the compounds necessary for its correct growth and development. It is also essential for the life of invertebrate species, and to a lesser extent, is used […]

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  • Ca+

    Calcium is one of the most important compounds in our aquariums, especially for those who are interested in maintaining chalky limestone corals (SPS and LPS). It is one of the compounds necessary for its correct growth and development. It is also essential for the life of invertebrate species, and to a lesser extent, is used […]

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  • KH+

    Corals require carbonates for limestone calcification of all LPS and SPS corals. This element is also essential to maintain correctly the pH of our aquarium, as it reacts with acidic compounds produced by the various organisms of the aquarium that are also consuming this element. Keeping alkalinity at a stable value without fluctuations is a […]

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  • KH+

    Corals require carbonates for limestone calcification of all LPS and SPS corals. This element is also essential to maintain correctly the pH of our aquarium, as it reacts with acidic compounds produced by the various organisms of the aquarium that are also consuming this element. Keeping alkalinity at a stable value without fluctuations is a […]

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  • MG+

    Magnesium is a key element in maintaining the balance between calcium and alkalinity. It is necessary to maintain a suitable level of calcium in our aquarium in order to maintain magnesium levels between 1290 and 1350 ppm and vice versa, since if magnesium is not above 1290 ppm we will not be able to maintain […]

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  • MG+

    Magnesium is a key element in maintaining the balance between calcium and alkalinity. It is necessary to maintain a suitable level of calcium in our aquarium in order to maintain magnesium levels between 1290 and 1350 ppm and vice versa, since if magnesium is not above 1290 ppm we will not be able to maintain […]

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  • Xepta Trace Plus+

    This additive has been developed from our balanced system Xepta Reef Balance, to which we have implemented some micro and larger elements like iron to make an additive all in one that will cover the needs of this type of elements for our corals correct growth and maximum coloration. After using it you will notice […]

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  • Xepta Trace Plus+

    This additive has been developed from our balanced system Xepta Reef Balance, to which we have implemented some micro and larger elements like iron to make an additive all in one that will cover the needs of this type of elements for our corals correct growth and maximum coloration. After using it you will notice […]

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  • SR-UP!

    Strontium is a compound present in seawater, in concentrations of approximately 8 mg/l. Strontium is necessary for the correct growth of corals and has been proved to interfere in the coral’s ability to produce its calcareous skeleton. Xepta SR-UP! supplies strontium to amend the possible lack of this element in the aquarium salt water. Do […]

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