Brightwell Aquatics Microbacter Start XLM - Live Bacteria Cultur

Brightwell Aquatics Microbacter Start XLM - Live Bacteria Cultur

Brightwell Aquatics Microbacter Start XLM - Live Bacteria Cultur

Brightwell Aquatics Microbacter Start XLM - Live Bacteria Cultur:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! It’s a bit expensive but it’s worth it, with a brand new batch of biomedia, soak them with this solution and start your tank about 2 minutes later and is a very short time you’ll be MONTHS/years ahead. Maybe after a week, turn everything off and give the bio media another dose. Best stuff out there.columbus mall,jacksonville mall,houston mallBrightwell Aquatics Microbacter Start XLM - Live Bacteria Cultur
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  • Professional strength live tank starter nitrifying bioculture for rapidly cycling new marine and fish and reef aquaria and brackish aquariums in 5-7 days
  • Does not require refrigeration unlike any other live tank starter
  • Prevents “New Tank Syndrome”
  • Provides recovery from overcrowding or disasters from bacteria bed damage or when adding new fish
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Product description

Size:500-ML

Microbacter-startxlm 15x creates a nitrifying biological filter in marine amp; brackish aquaria of all types and is particularly useful for new startups, resulting in cycling in about 5 to 7 days in most cases. It quickly removes toxic ammonia and nitrite naturally through non pathogenic nitrifying bacterial action. Even though this product is extremely potent, it may be overdosed at up to 5 times the rated dosage during aquarium upsets. It should be your first choice to remove ammonia during emergencies where the filter has been inadvertently killed or under overcrowding. Microbacter-startxlm 15x is a highly concentrated, selective complex of live, extremely effective microbes and enzymes that rapidly reduces the concentrations of organic nitrogen - I. E. Ammonia, and nitrite in marine and brackish ecosystems, leading to greatly improved water quality and much faster cycling. Use of microbacter-startxlm does not alleviate the requirement for regular partial water changes to help maintain proper concentrations of elements that are vital to long-term health and survival of aquarium inhabitants. Notes - it is normal that clumps may form in the product, and the product and the aquarium may have an “earthy” smell or smell “off” and the aquarium water could become cloudy and the smell and cloudiness could remain for many hours after using. This is due to the bacteria themselves and is an indication of quality and is the reason it is necessary to shake product Well immediately before using. Bright well recommends that you not use any other type of bacteria product until your cycle with this product is complete. Do not use Live sand and particularly do not use dry seeded artificial live rock. There are no dry bacteria species that will be compatible with this nitrifying bacteria product or that are useful to cycle an aquarium! To use a dry bacteria will only lengthen the time it takes to cycle by many weeks and increase your work by 6 to 8 times! Wet cycled live rock or even previously cycled wet Man made rock will work fine. Dry sand is fine to use, but not bagged, so called "live sand. " storage: although product can withstand elevated temperatures for short periods of time (A few days), for best longevity and highest potency, keep below 80°f and if possible, it will be best kept refrigerated at 50°F. Do not freeze! Freezing can kill the bacteria. (This product will usually withstand a freeze or two in transit In the winter, but do not freeze, thaw, freeze thaw. ) If the product arrives frozen, then thaw at room temperature, never microwave! A word about substrates: most aquarium bacteria and certainly those in microbacter-startxlm live on substrates, that is, they attach themselves to surfaces of rocks, piping and any other surfaces that are available. Most modern aquariums do not have enough surface area. The advent of artificial "live rock" Has made available products made from concrete or plastic that look like live rock, but do not have the porosity, so their surface area is too small to support the number of bacteria needed to properly filter the aquarium. Bright well recommends that you provide plenty of bacterial surface area, either through plenty of porous natural aragonite live rock, or by providing additional filtration media, such as our Xport media which Has the highest surface area per unit volume of any medium in the world, or our less expensive microbacter lattice. Before you get started, you will need: an appropriately sized bottle of microbacter-startxlm. At a minimum, you will need 1. 2 ml of product for every gallon of aquarium capacity. For example, if you have a 100 gallon tank, you will need a minimum of 120 ml of microbacter-startxlm. A good grade of the following test kits: ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, pH. A bottle of bright well erase-cl to remove all chlorine or chloramines (if you skip this, you can kill the bacteria in microbacter-startxlm. ) of course, you will need an excellent aquarium salt mix, such as bright well NeoMarine and purified tap water. Bright well recommends the tap water be filtered by reverse osmosis with post deionization and that you change your carbon filter regularly.


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Brightwell Aquatics Microbacter Start XLM - Live Bacteria Cultur

Brightwell Aquatics Microbacter Start XLM - Live Bacteria Cultur:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! It’s a bit expensive but it’s worth it, with a brand new batch of biomedia, soak them with this solution and start your tank about 2 minutes later and is a very short time you’ll be MONTHS/years ahead. Maybe after a week, turn everything off and give the bio media another dose. Best stuff out there.columbus mall,jacksonville mall,houston mallBrightwell Aquatics Microbacter Start XLM - Live Bacteria Cultur