Coral Pro Salt – 22 Kg ( 660 litres) – Bucket with DipX 100ml

$84.99

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Benefits

  • All-natural and Eco-friendly
  • Biologically balanced levels of foundation elements
  • Full complement of trace elements
  • Guaranteed parameters for 10 liter / 2.5 gal mix.
  • No toxic levels of Heavy Metals
  • No chemical binders
  • Low moisture content
 
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Coral Pro Salt is a type of aquarium salt mix used to maintain healthy and balanced conditions in saltwater aquariums. The product comes in a 22 kilogram (kg) bucket and can make 660 liters of saltwater. The bucket is accompanied by a 100 ml bottle of DipX, which is likely an additional supplement or treatment used in aquarium maintenance. Coral Pro Salt is designed to provide essential elements and minerals needed by coral and other marine life to thrive. It is formulated to mimic the natural seawater chemistry and is suitable for a variety of aquarium setups, including reef aquariums. The addition of DipX further enhances the quality and health of the aquarium environment. It is recommended to carefully follow the manufacturer's instructions and consult a specialist if necessary.

22 kg. (48.5 lb.) Bucket/ Water volume: 660 liters (175 gal.)

Coral Pro Salt - 22 Kg ( 660 litres) - Bucket with DipX 100ml

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Weight
51.35 lbs
Dimensions
12 × 12 × 13 in

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