The Seachem PhosGuard (500 ml) from Pet Store
is the product you must buy when dealing with freshwater aquariums contaminated with phosphate or silicate materials. This product is the best among the rest when it comes to removing unfriendly elements in your fish tank. Contrary to the rumors, it has no negative side effects on your fish, plants and rocks. Effective yet harmless, this product ensures your marine pet
a safer environment to live in.
This product is unique in both quality and performance. Unlike other phosphate removers that come in granules, PhosGuard comes in small spheres, the only product to do so. This ensures you that water flow are maximized throughout the media. Through intense research and experimenting, it was proven that the product (which is aluminum-based) is harmless to marine life. It does not remove phosphate particles then replace it with aluminum ones afterwards. So the product cannot damage life underwater, even those of delicate reefs like Sarcophyton. Doubling or tripling the dosage won`t hurt either; it would just make your aquarium cleaner!
You can get the Seachem PhosGuard (500 ml) in leading pet stores nationwide. Or you can buy it online and have the package delivered to your home conveniently. When it comes to removing phosphates or silicates, nothing beats PhosGuard!
Seachem PhosGuardPond PhosGuard™ is a non-herbicidal, environmentally sound approach to the problem of phosphate control in ponds. It is a filter adsorbent that removes phosphates, silicates, and organic nutrients. A 2 Liter size treats over 600 US gallons. Pond PhosGuard™ is spherical. Its shape allows for maximum water flow through the media. Granular phosphate removers can become compacted, dramatically limiting their capacity to remove phosphate. If the media can’t come into contact with the water, it can’t remove phosphate from it. Pond PhosGuard™ is the only spherical phosphate remover on the market. ***Aluminum Oxide IS NOT REGENERABLE. No matter what anyone tells you, baking an aluminum oxide media does not restore its capacity to remove phosphate. This misconception comes from the product’s original intended use: industrial air drying. Obviously, if a product absorbs moisture, the best way to remove that moisture is to bake it out. However, that only removes the water, not the contaminants contained in that water.***