SWC Potassium Chloride Liquid Aquarium Supplement
For Saltwater Coral Reefs and Marine Fish Aquariums
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When comparing brands of liquid potassium aquarium supplements, check out the the concentration values in their directions.
They are generally marked by 1 ml per gallon of water = ppm.
The higher the ppm is per 1 ml the more concentrated the product is.
SWC-Saltwater Correct Concentrated Potassium
1 ml per gallon = 32.4 ppm
1 ml per gallon = 21 ppm
Continuum Aquatics Reef-Basis Potassium
1 ml per gallon = 20 ppm
What's your potassium supplement 1 ml per gallon = ppm?
SWC Potassium Chloride Description and Directions:
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Potassium Chloride Aquarium Liquid Supplement.
Do not go over dosage given on the label.
SWC Potassium Chloride is a very concentrated and is especially useful to increase the potassium values in large saltwater aquariums.
It's recommended to check your potassium values like you do for alkalinity, pH, calcium and magnesium.
Low potassium values in your marine aquarium have the following characteristics:
1) Montipora stops growing and colors are dull to grey.
2) Poccilopora and Stylopora with low potassium values looks like they have been out of the water and in the air, polyps are closed and their color is light with-out depth and saturation.
3) Blue Acropora loose their blue coloration.
4) Seriatopora can show complete tissue necrosis with-in a few days.
5) Turbinaria Reniformis Stops Growing.
Saltwater Correct products was developed for my personal use back in "2000".
I had a need for high quality, high purity and highly concentrated products to maintain my then 3,000 plus gallon aquaculture central system.
You get a piece of mind that comes from purchasing your saltwater products from a 25 plus year experienced saltwater hobbyist, not just a vender.
Highly concentrated liquid potassium - k supplement.
Stronger and more economical then most competing potassium liquid products.
Made with one of the highest purity materials with out using pharmaceutical grade.
The ml to 1 gallon tells you how concentrated any liquid aquarium supplement is.
Each 1 ml (= about 20 drops) of this potassium-k supplement per 1 gallon of water will raise the potassium values by approximately 32.4 ppm.
Take a moment and read the directions of your brand of liquid Potassium Chloride supplement and see how many ppm's you get for 1 ml of their product, per gallon of water.
Potassium-K enhance blue coloration of some (SPS) small-polyp stony corals.
Potassium is just as important as calcium and magnesium.
Product Description and Directions:
Potassium Chloride Liquid Aquarium Supplement
SWC Potassium Chloride is a highly concentrated liquid supplement that provides essential potassium for the growth and coloration of hard corals including SPS-Small Polyp Stony corals.
Potassium values become rapidly depleted from the aquarium water column by many different plants and animals metabolic processes and supplementation is necessary to correct the imbalance for cellular respiration and being an important nutrient for macro algae and coral zoozanthellae.
In natural seawater, potassium is a major element with a concentration value slightly lower then that of calcium.
Maintaining potassium values has with in the past few years, been implicated in improving the blue coloration of many varieties of SPS-Small Polyp Stony corals.
Many sea salt mixes are deficient in potassium.
SWC Potassium Chloride supplement can be used to combat potassium depletion that often happens with the use of Zeolite based filtration methods that is used to maintain ultra low nutrient marine aquarium systems.
Monitoring and maintaining your potassium values is part of helping to stabilizing your water chemistry values.
The rate at which potassium is depleted from the water column is determined by the stocking density of your livestock, biological filtration and chemical values.
Each aquarium system will have different requirements for the rate of potassium supplementation.
Do not add this product or any other supplement directly to an aquarium system containing live animals without first diluting in plain filtered water.
Drip method or using a doser is best when adding supplements to your aquarium.
Add 32.4 ppm per dose, per day, to reach your desired potassium values, then dose as part of a daily or weekly regimen to maintain your potassium values.
Potassium values in natural seawater is around 380 ppm, acceptable potassium values are 350 ppm to 450 ppm.
Instructions are to be used as a guide line:
It's highly recommended to test your potassium values before dosing and not to exceed 40 ppm per dose, per day.
Shake bottle well before each use.
Each 1 ml of this potassium supplement will increase the values of potassium in 1 US gallon of water by approximately 32.4 ppm.
To raise you potassium values 32.4 ppm, per dose, per day, estimate your total water volume and that is how many ml you will need to use to raise your potassium values 32.4 ppm.
It's that easy!
Dilute your acquired dosage in plan filter water before adding to your system.
It's recommended not to exceed 40 ppm per day, per dose until you reach your potassium values, then add on a daily (which is best) or weekly bases to maintain your potassium values.
Drip method or using a dosing pump is best.
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