Rapidly remove phosphate to restore aquarium water quality and aesthetics. Cobalt Aquatics Anti-Phosphate Filter Resin helps improve aquarium water quality by removing phosphate buildup that compromises water clarity. High levels of phosphate in reef aquariums also affect healthy coral growth. Use Cobalt Aquatics Anti-Phosphate Filter Resin for a cleaner, healthier environment for your fish and invertebrates. Anti-Phosphate is safe for fish, plants and invertebrates and can remove up to 0.8 mg/l of phosphate on the first day of use and up to 0.25 mg/l on day 10.
Cobalt Aquatics Anti-Phosphate Filter Resin is great for use with freshwater and saltwater marine aquariums including reef aquariums. 3.52 oz jar includes two 1.76 oz bags for easy use and replacement.
Note: Care should be taken when using Anti-Phosphate with planted aquariums as phosphate is a key nutrient required for plant and algae growth.
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Chemical filtration removes toxins biological and mechanical filtration does not. Chemical filter media work at the chemical level to remove toxins that readily pass through your biological and mechanical filters. Chemical filtration is a must for clean, clear, pure, and pollutant-free aquarium water.
Chemical filtration is the simplest way to remove potentially dangerous pollutants from fresh and saltwater systems. There is a variety of chemical filter media available. Most chemical media remove specific pollutants from the water column while others are combined to create multi-functional chemical filter media that simplify removal of multiple pollutants.
This form of chemical filter media is highly porous and super absorbent. It effectively binds large concentrations of phosphate, dissolved organic compounds, heavy metals, and other pollutants. High phosphate levels reduce water clarity and feed undesirable organisms, such as nuisance algae. In saltwater aquariums, phosphate can precipitate dissolved calcium and magnesium, vital for healthy coral growth. Many phosphate removers are formulated for long-lasting control and have high saturation points to help prevent absorbed pollutants from leaching back into your aquarium's water. Though many forms of phosphate removers are available, most reef hobbyists prefer ferric oxide hydroxide-based formulas.