Calcium is a major constituent in your marine aquarium with concentrations around 410-450ppm. Strontium is a minor constituent with suggested concentrations of around 8ppm. These levels must be maintained to help with the function of fish, coral and many other wanted inhabitants. Calcium and Strontium are taken up within specific ratios; these ratios were tested by Ph.D graduates using instruments such as Atomic Absorption Spectrometers (AAS). The ratio uptake of Strontium to Calcium is very important and the “Calcium/Strontium Coral Skeleton Ionic Ratio” supplement has very similar concentrations of both ions derived from these findings.
– Deionised water
– Calcium salts 200,000ppm.
– Strontium salts Relative to Calcium
Carefully cut black tamper seal. Use the measuring cup supplied, making sure to rinse out after each use.
Shaking is not required however if product has been left standing for a length of time invert bottle 3-4 times before using. Add product to high water flow.
1mL per 100L of aquarium water will raise calcium by 2ppm
strontium will increase relative to that of calcium found in coral skeleton
Keep out of reach of children. May cause skin irritation. In case of contact with eyes or swallowed seek medical advice immediately.