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Calcium By Jeff on 5/22/13Jeff would recommend this product to a friendNot much to say, great price, mixes well and provides, well, calcium.
Only Calcium Chloride I trust in my reef! By ejb on 5/8/13ejb would recommend this product to a friendHigh quality calcium chloride you can trust!!
Great Product!! By Bpareti on 4/15/13Bpareti would recommend this product to a friendI was struggling to bring up my calcium levels. My Alkalinity was too high (14 dkh) and calcium was 280. with this product I easily raised the calcium 50 ppm (using the reef calculator) a day to 440 ppm and the alk dropped to 11 dkh.
Another Quality BRS Product By The Reef Spot on 3/2/13The Reef Spot would recommend this product to a friendBRS does it again. If you have corals, you need calcium. Here it is. Also available in the BRS dosing kit. Which I also HIGHLY recommend.
Great price quick shipment By Tx buyer on 2/27/13Tx buyer would recommend this product to a friendAlways a great product. Always ships and arrives quickly at a good price
Awesome By Rich on 2/21/13Rich would recommend this product to a friendI was pointed towards this product by a fellow hobbyist. Needless to say over the counter calcium additives dont keep up well with 100+ gallon systems. I found the calculator easy to use and quite helpful. In the end after dialing in my dose levels ive never had to worry, as they are spot on every time. Excellent product and support. I definitely recommend to all my fellow hobbyists.
Bigger is better By Dan on 2/19/13Dan would recommend this product to a friendSame great product just cheaper in bulk.
Cost effective alternative to calcium reactor By Matt on 1/13/13Matt would recommend this product to a friendI've been using this product for a couple years with good results. Instructions are easy and the BRS reef calculator makes dosing this product so easy. Using the BRS calculator and Bubble Magus doser with this product is basically a "set it and forget it" type of deal, and I test calcium a couple times per week to double check this.
great stuff By joe on 12/5/12joe would recommend this product to a friendsuper happy with this, mixes up clear and what a huge savings
Awesome and Cheap By DonBert on 12/5/12DonBert would recommend this product to a friendLove it!
Best Price By David on 11/28/12David would recommend this product to a friendThis is the best price for this product. I been dosing my calcium every since I got this product. It's simple to mix and dissolves easy.
High Quality, Affordable, Easy To Mix & Use By Calvin on 10/26/12Calvin would recommend this product to a friendThis is a high quality Calcium supplement at a great price. Very easy to mix and the instructions are straight forward. Highly Recommended
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Previously Asked Questions
by Erika on May 15, 2013, @9:53 AM
the 5 gallon buckets of calcium, approximately how many gallons will this make?
Bulk Reef Supply Hi Erika,
The 5g bucket of calcium chloride would make 32 gallons of solution.
by Rick on April 2, 2013, @1:06 AM
What product would be part 2 to compliment the calcium chloride
Bulk Reef Supply Hey Rick,
Most people would use the soda ash to be the alkalinity portion that compliments the calcium.
by Vu on February 11, 2013, @10:59 PM
1/ my PH is 8.4 right now. But my kh only 6 dkh. Can i use ur soda ash to raise the KH. Is It will increase my PH. I heard when kh goes up the calcium will goes down too right.
2/ can i add ur Ca, Mg ( chloride and sulfate) and soda ash the same time?
Bulk Reef Supply Hey Vu,
1. You sure can, the pH effect is temporary just be sure to add it small amounts at a time. If you have an imbalance an overdose of alkalinity then tit would be possible for it to effect the calcium. Just adding a small amount to bring your levels up to an appropriate amount shouldn't effect the calcium though.
2. If you add them slowly to separate high flow areas of the tank it should not be a problem. You just don't want to add them to the same area at the same time because if they are in a high concentration they will precipitate and fall out of solution.
TO RAISE CALCIUM LEVELS
- Test current calcium level
- Use our Reef Calculator
- Input required information and select Recipe 1 Calcium Solution
- Follow calculator’s guidelines when adding to tank
WHAT YOU WILL NEED
- 1 Standard 8 oz. dry measuring cup
- 1 Empty 1 gallon jug
- 1 Funnel
- 1 RO/DI or distilled water
Add 2½ dry measuring cups of calcium chloride to a gallon jug and mix with RO/DI or distilled water to create a full gallon of solution.
Recommended Starting Points for Daily Dosing
Predominantly LPS and soft corals .2 - .3 mL per gallon A few hard SPS corals and clams .4 - .6 mL per gallon Numerous full sizes SPS colonies and clams 1+ mL per gallon
BulkReefSupply.com recommends maintaining calcium levels at 420ppm.
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