Manganese is a very important element for the well-being and colouration of corals. If present in smaller quantities than in the natural environment it should be replenished.
Manganese is present in water at a concentration of 170ppb. 1ml of Manganese in 100 litres if water will increase the manganese value by 0.26ppb. 1 drop(0.08ml) increases Manganese levels by 0.1ppb in 20 litres of water.
Zinc is one of the most important trace elements in seawater. It is involved in a variety of cellular processes, e.g: In cell division and... View full product details
Vanadium is essential for almost all organisms. It is a co-factor of enzymes, but it is also involved at autocatalytic and regulatory processes in cellular... View full product details
Strontium is incorporated into the skeleton of stony corals. The role of Strontium is yet not fully understood, but there is evidence that strontium takes... View full product details
Potassium is an essential element. It is essential for nerve and heart function. Potassium is depleted in aquaria. Therefore, the potassium concentration should be regularly... View full product details