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Seachem Neutral Regulator and Discus Buffer

Seachem Neutral Regulator and Discus Buffer

What does it do

The Seachem Neutral Regulator and Discus Buffer is a phosphate base buffer system

Features and advantages

Unlike the carbonate base buffer system, Seachem Neutral Regulator is able to both raise and lower pH to 7.0 automatically. Being a phosphate base buffer system also provides a more stable pH adjustment reducing the possibility of pH shock. Seachem Neutral Regulator will also neutralize chlorine, chloramine, or ammonia replacing the needs for water conditioners.

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PhosBond

PhosBond

PhosBond

Algae in aquariums can be a real headache for many fish keepers. It makes your aquarium look dirty and unsightly. Excessive algae growth is normally caused by too many lights and high amounts of phosphate and silicate which normally gets introduced to an aquarium from fish food and tap water. By providing just enough light and removing phosphate and silicate from water you can easily significantly reduce the growth of algae. 

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How to adjust pH with Seachem Acid and Alkaline Buffer

Acid Buffer Alkaline Buffer

How to adjust pH with Seachem Acid and Alkaline Buffer

pH plays a very important role in fish keeping. Improper pH level can be fatal for your fish therefore it is very important to have the correct pH level corresponding to the type of fish.

Seachem Acid and Alkaline Buffer is designed to do just that. They are an effective and easy to use system suitable for beginner or veteran fish keepers and don't contain phosphate. 

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Seachem Pristine

Seachem Pristine

Seachem Pristine

What’s the difference between Seachem Stability and Pristine? This is the most frequent question that we were asked. While Stability and Pristine both are to introduce bacteria but their bacteria type and purpose are greatly different.

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Seachem Ammonia & pH Alerts

Seachem Alert

Seachem Ammonia & pH Alerts

Our Ammonia and pH alert is designed to give you constant reading of your aquarium's most important parameter. It is very easy to use and provides accurate reading. There is no need for any chemical procedure nor calibration. You only need to stick the Alert inside your aquarium with the provided suction cup. 

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