Calcium is a major constituent
in your marine aquarium with
around 410-450ppm. These levels
must be maintained to help with
the function of fish, coral and
many other wanted inhabitants.
Calcium primarily exists in chemical
equilibrium between the Calcium
ion and Calcium carbonate solid.
The reaction: Ca2+
(aq) + CO3
CaCO3(s) explains this
phenomena. If Calcium levels
are low then the reaction (above)
will push to the left; depleting the
amount of Calcium carbonate
present in your aquarium. This will
result in the decreased growth and
repair of many organisms.
Ã¯ calcl250 - 250ml
Ã¯ calcl500 - 500ml
Ã¯ calcl1000 - 1 Litre