Aquaforest® Phosphate Minus: Aquarium Phosphate Removing Media
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Overview
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Granulated ferric hydroxide media for phosphate & silicate reduction
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Use in media bags or fluidized reactors to keep algal nutrients low
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Quality aquarium filter media produced under laboratory conditions

Effectively reduce excess phosphate and silicate levels for a clean, healthy aquarium environment. Aquaforest Phosphate Minus granulated ferric hydroxide is produced under laboratory conditions to ensure highest quality and performance. Reduces phosphate and silicates (nutrients that can fuel aggressive nuisance algae growth) in freshwater and marine aquariums.

Place Aquaforest Phosphate Minus in a media bag and place in your filter or in an area of high water flow. Use in a fluidized reactor to maximize media performance.

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Directions
Place in a flow filter at the amount of 100 ml per 27 gallons of water in marine aquariums or 54 gallons in freshwater aquariums.

General Information
Aquaforest Vision:
"For people all around the world finally a worry free, affordable and beautiful marine aquarium."

Aquaforest Mission:
"To make all marine aquariums healthy, thriving and their owners feel proud."

Aquaforest was established in 1995. Initially they manufactured substrates and aquatic plants fertilizers for zoos, Aquariums and professional plant farms.

A couple of years after the launch Aquaforest started their own aquatic plants, fish and coral farms. As the Aquaforest cultures grew, they realized that to expand further they needed their own sea salt, foods and supplements, as no supplier could match their requirements for high quality products.

And so their quest to create top-notch products for marine aquariums began. Aquaforest started to invest heavily in research to create unique products. The results were so good and the products that they created worked so well, Aquaforest decided they could no longer keep it to themselves. Aquaforest began to market them.

At the beginning of 2011 Aquaforest started the production of Aquaforest products for retail customers. The entire range soon gained significant attention from shops and marine aquarists.

Produced By People With Passion
The founders of Aquaforest share the passion for beautiful corals and aquariums and they want to share this passion with their customers. Aquaforest knows the ins and outs of marine aquariums, as they breed many interesting marine species and have their own coral farms. Aquaforest wants to provide the knowledge and the best quality products to all aquarists - beginners and advanced hobbyists - so they can create and enjoy their beautiful reef aquariums.

What Makes Aquaforest Products Special?
After years of research and tests Aquaforest came up with the most efficient product formulas and developed the unique Aquaforest Probiotic Method. As a result Aquaforest are one of few who can offer products that allow harvesting even the most demanding coral species. What's more, all Aquaforest products are manufactured in the EU from carefully selected components and under strict laboratory supervision, so they meet the highest possible standards.

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