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reef endurance
Soda ash

Mixing Instructions:

1gal RO/DI + 2-1/3 Cups of Soda Ash

Fill a one-gallon container half full of RO/DI or distilled water. Add two and one-third cups of Soda Ash to the container. Secure cap and shake vigorously. Fill the remainder of the container with RO/DI or distilled water and secure cap. Shake the solution vigorously and allow it to dissolve for 24 hours altogether.

Dosing Instructions:

0.3ml/gallon of Soda Ash Solution will raise alkalinity by approximately 0.5dKH. It is not recommended to raise alkalinity by more than 1dKH per day.

 

reef endurance
calcium chloride

Mixing Instructions:

1gal RO/DI + 2-1/2 Cups of Calcium Chloride

Fill a one-gallon container half full of RO/DI or distilled waterAdd two and a half cups(514 grams) of Calcium Chloride to the container with water. Secure cap and shake vigorously. Fill the remainder of the container with RO/DI or distilled water and secure cap. Shake the solution vigorously and allow it to dissolve for 24 hours altogether.

Dosing Instructions:

1ml/gallon of Calcium Chloride Solution will raise calcium by approximately 10ppm. It is not recommended to increase calcium by more than 50ppm per day.

Bulk reef supply
Soda ash

Mixing Instructions:

1-Gallon Pouch:
Fill a 1-gallon container 4/5 full of RO/DI or distilled water and then add the entire contents of 1 pouch into the container. Secure the cap on the container and shake it for about 10 seconds to help start the dissolving process. Remove the cap and fill the container the rest of the way with RO/DI or distilled water. Give the container a few more shakes and then let it sit until all the salts have fully dissolved before use.

Bulk Pouch:
Fill a 1-gallon container 4/5 full of RO/DI or distilled water and then add 2 1/3 cups ( 381 grams) of BRS Pharma Soda Ash into the container. Secure the cap on the container and shake it for about 10 seconds to help start the dissolving process. Remove the cap and fill the container the rest of the way with RO/DI or distilled water. Give the container a few more shakes and then let it sit until all the salts have fully dissolved before use.

bulk reef supply
calcium chloride

Mixing Instructions:

1-Gallon Pouch:
Fill a 1-gallon container 4/5 full of RO/DI or distilled water and then add the entire contents of 1 pouch into the container. Secure the cap on the container and shake it for about 10 seconds to help start the dissolving process. Remove the cap and fill the container the rest of the way with RO/DI or distilled water. Give the container a few more shakes and then let it sit until all the salts have dissolved before use.

Bulk Pouch:
Fill a 1-gallon container 4/5 full of RO/DI or distilled water and then add 2-1/2 cups (514 grams) of BRS Pharma Calcium Chloride into the container. Secure the cap on the container and shake it for about 10 seconds to help start the dissolving process. Remove the cap and fill the container the rest of the way with RO/DI or distilled water. Give the container a few more shakes and then let it sit until all the salts have fully dissolved before use.

bulk reef supply
magnesium mix

Mixing Instructions:

Fill a 1-gallon container 1/2 full of RO/DI or distilled water and then add the entire contents of the package into the container. Secure the cap on the container and shake it for about 10 seconds to help start the dissolving process. Remove the cap and fill the container the rest of the way with RO/DI or distilled water. Give the container a few more shakes and then let it sit until all the salts have fully dissolved before use.

Dosing Instructions:

Create a 1-gallon solution by following the Mixing Instructions above and then test your aquariums current magnesium level and using the BRS Reef Calculator input your current and desired magnesium levels along with your total system water volume. Choose BRS Liquid Magnesium Mix (New Pharma Pouch)option from the drop-down menu and select calculate. The result will be how much magnesium solution you will need to add to raise your aquariums water volume to the desired level. We suggest adding small amounts at a time into a high flow area of the tank, like a power heads output or a sump baffle. It is important to keep changes limited to under 100ppm or less per day to not shock your corals.