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Fluval Biological Water Conditioner is an aquarium additive that ensures that an aquarium is immediately equipped with a strong beneficial bacteria team. This creates a safe, biological habitat for fish and plants. These extremely effective microorganisms create a biological flora in which dangerous ammonia and nitrite are quickly transformed so that fish can be immediately introduced into the aquarium.
- Instantly creates a safe biological aquarium environment
- Strong and reactive removal of ammonia and nitrite
- Prevents loss of fish
- Allows the immediate introduction of fish
- Suitable for use in fresh & marine water
It is recommended that Fluval Biological Water Conditioner be used during the start-up phase of new aquariums. Regular use will help prevent the build-up of unwanted bacteria in the aquarium.
Dosage for new aquariums:
Day 1: 25 ml per 40 l water
Day 2: 10 ml per 40 l of water
Day 3: 10 ml per 40 l of water
Dosage after addition of fish or medication: 10 ml per 40 l water. Weekly dose for regular maintenance and to maintain a strong beneficial bacteria colony: 5 ml per 40 l of water. The bottle of 120 ml is for a total of 900 l of water.
The bottle of 250 ml is for a total of 1.900 l of water.
The bottle of 500 ml is for a total of 3.800 l of water.
Since 1975, Fluval has been offering advanced aquarium technology such as filters, lighting solutions and complete aquarium systems with a high degree of quality and innovation. Fluval's pioneering spirit is reflected in constantly modern products that meet the changing times and fast pace in the field of aquaristics with functionality and robustness. Fluval is not only committed to the much-loved hobby of aquaristics, but also to the preservation of the environment through coral conservation projects, species protection programmes and also works in a close context with the aquaristics community.