Granulated peat filter media for conditioning aquarium water
Lowers aquarium water carbonate hardness and pH value
Releases natural components to achieve neutral to acidic water
Achieve acid, soft-water conditions without salts or harsh chemical additives. Sera Super Peat slowly releases natural organic acids to lower carbonate hardness (KH) and total hardness (GH). Effectively maintains a stable pH value in the acidic range for extended periods. Sera Super Peat is ideal for hobbyists keeping or breeding aquarium fish that prefer neutral to acidic water. Also releases trace elements and other natural compounds to condition and tint aquarium water. Use granulated peat with filter media bags for convenient placement in aquarium filters. During the application of Sera Super Peat, the pH value should be checked regularly. 500 grams.
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Directions For Use
Place granulated peat inside filter media bag for convenient placement in aquarium filters. During the application of Sera Super Peat, the pH value should be checked regularly.
Sera Super Peat releases valuable humic acids and trace elements into the aquarium water. Depending on the present water values, Sera Super Peat will lower carbonate hardness and pH value. The pH value is kept constant in the slightly acidic range for a long time.This makes fish from tropical soft water areas feel much better. Sera Super Peat inhibits growth of fungus, bacteria and algae. Use Sera Super Peat to condition water in breeding setups.
Sera Super Peat is an optimal filter additive for keeping and breeding tropical and subtropical aquarium fish that prefer neutral to acidic water. Special granulated peat releases humic and fulvic acids to create a natural black water environment. It also releases trace elements and other natural compounds. The carbonate hardness and the total hardness are lowered. The water parameters created by Sera Super Peat remains stable over long periods of time.
Many freshwater community fish thrive in a broad pH range between slightly acidic (6.5) to slightly alkalic (7.5). To provide their ideal water conditions, you must learn how to make adjustments to your aquarium water using pH conditioners.
Often overlooked, pH may well be one of the most critical parameters in a healthy system. Maintaining the right pH range - 8.3-8.5 in marine systems - has a natural antiseptic effect, helping fish resist illness and coral calcify faster.
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