Free your aquarium water
from harmful parasites that may cause fish diseases and infection, fish stress, and even fish kill. Treat it with the Seachem Laboratories Cupramine Copper. Cupramine from Pet Store
is a type of active copper that instantly removes harmful organisms like ectoparasites. It is better than other copper elements like copper sulfate and chelates. Moreover, it is non-acidic and thus, it is less toxic to your fish.
When placed in your aquarium, the Seachem Laboratories Cupramine Copper stays in the form of a solution. It does not, in any way, contaminate the filter bed of your tank. It effectively stays active even at low levels of concentration, and it is fully ionic to rid the tank of any impurities and contaminants. This product makes sure that you have a clearer aquarium, which is not only good for your pets, but also very attractive to the sight.
The Seachem Laboratories Cupramine Copper is easy to use. It is effective for both freshwater and marine fish tanks. Plus, it will not harm your pets and the reef inhabitants that are present inside your aquarium. With the Seachem Laboratories Cupramine Copper, you do not have to worry about the risk of parasite infestation, and you will keep your aquatic friends healthy and happy inside their home.
Cupramine? is superior to copper sulfate, chloride & citrate: it is non-acidic, less toxic to fish, remains in solution, and does not contaminate the filter bed. It is superior to chelates: it is fully charged (ionic), and active at low concentrations, and is removable with carbon.
DIRECTIONS: Remove all invertebrates. Turn off UV sterilizer; remove chemical filtration. Use 1 mL (top mark of enclosed dispenser) per 40 L (10.5 gallons*) the first day, wait 48 hours, then repeat for a total dose of 0.5 mg/L (in freshwater, use half dose). Leave at this concentration for 14 days. Do not redose without testing (MultiTest: Copper?). Do not use in conjunction with any other medication. If tank has ever been treated with an ionic copper (e.g. copper chloride, sulfate or citrate), test copper level after initial dosing. Although most fish tolerate Cupramine? to 0.8 mg/L, it is not advisable to exceed 0.6 mg/L copper. Remove with carbon or CupriSorb?.
- i2 L / 67.6 fl. oz. (Treats 40000 L (10580 US Gallons))