Tetra pH / KH Plus 250ml
(£27.56 / l, Price shown includes 20% VAT. - Excludes delivery costs)
Features & Advantages
- Enables precise and controlled increases in carbonate hardness (KH)
- Carbonate hardness and pH values are set precisely
- To compensate for KH losses
- For acute treatment in the event acidity problems
- High application safety, very easy to use
Item no.: TET-243545, Content: 250 ml, EAN: 4004218243545
Tetra pH / KH Plus enables the precise and controlled increase in carbonate hardness in fresh and saltwater aquariums.
Water is not just aquarium water. Only when all parameters are correct, the aquarium offers all fish and plants alike a home in which they feel comfortable and reproduce. Thanks to Tetra's product innovations, which are produced in the company's own development and research laboratory, the aquarist is given the tools to prepare his aquarium into a feel-good oasis for all occupants. Also, fish are not the same - according to their habitats, the different species require different water values, in which they thrive optimally and show vital behaviour. Discrepancies in this can lead to illnesses in the long run.
Tetra pH / KH Plus enables the precise and controlled increase in carbonate hardness (KH). The pH value depends on the KH and the carbon dioxide (CO2) value. If the CO2 value is constant, the pH value can only be influenced via the KH. Tetra pH / KH Plus serves to increase the carbonate hardness in e.g. aquariums with hard water fish that need a pH of 7.5 to 8.5 and a water hardness of 10-15 ° dH. The carbonate hardness and the pH value are precisely adjusted to planned or recommended values. It also serves to compensate for KH losses in saltwater aquariums and for KH losses that often occur in densely populated pools. Acute treatment for sudden acid spikes is possible. The product offers high application safety and very easy dosing thanks to the powder form and is equally applicable in fresh and saltwater aquariums.
Oliver Knott recommends:
With Tetra pH / KH Plus, precise and controlled carbonate hardness can be produced in fresh and saltwater aquariums.