Ultra Balling Light Trace 1 Color & Grow Elements - Fauna Marin

Fauna Marin Ultra Balling Light Trace 1 - Color & Grow Elements
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Balling Light Trace 1 - Color & Grow Elements is part of the Balling Light system from Fauna Marin. The balling light system is a system of dosing Calcium, Carbonate and Magnesium as well as trace elements to replenish your reef tank. These elements are depleted because corals consume them as they grow.

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Balling Light Trace 1 - Color & Grow Elements is part of the Balling Light system from Fauna Marin. The balling light system is a system of dosing Calcium, Carbonate and Magnesium as well as trace elements to replenish your reef tank. These elements are depleted because corals consume them as they grow.
  • High purity
  • Follow manufacturer's instructions
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Ultra Balling Light Trace 1 Color & Grow Elements - Fauna Marin

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In your video you indicated that trace 1 and trace 2 could be added to the brs calcium mix. In addition you indicated that trace 3 could be added to the brs alkalinity mix. The amounts were 6ml's each of the trace 1 and trace 2 and 20ml's of trace 3. I've seen online where the amounts people were using were 20ml's each of the trace 1 & 2 and 60 ml's of trace 3. I was wondering what the actual amounts should be? Thanks.
Question by: Ken Onulak on Jan 15, 2016 7:45:00 PM
Great question!
From our tests the conservative estimate is 6ml of trace 1 and 2 mixed with the Calcium and 20 mL of trace 3 mixed with the Alkalinity. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Jan 28, 2016 2:14:00 PM
Can you explain whether this product adds adequate sulfate to maintain it, or whether it drives down sulfate over time? It seems unbalanced to me (sulfate relative to chloride), but perhaps I do not understand the parts correctly.

Thanks

Randy
Question by: Randy HF on Apr 9, 2014 12:42:00 AM
Like many of the commercial two parts out there they skip the mag sulfate and judging by the small volume of trace element solution added I don’t think it could possibly be in that either. I agree they should in a perfect world however there are a lot of pretty successful tanks out there that use true two parts which are sulfate deficient for many years without issues too.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Apr 9, 2014 12:42:00 AM

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Manufacturer's Instructions:


1st 5 L Container

  1. 1. Dissolve 2 kg of calcium chloride dihydrate in 4 liters of RO water and then fill the container with RO water.
  2. 2. NOTE: Always add the salt to the water - never vice versa!
  3. 3. Then add 25 mL Balling Light 1 - Color & Grow Elements and 25 mL Balling Light Trace 2 - Metabolic Elements to the container.

2nd 5 L Container

:
  1. 1. Dissolve 2 kg of magnesium chloride hexahydrate in 4 liters of RO water and then fill the container with RO water.
  2. 2. This new method does not require magnesium sulphate as it would accumulate in the water. Nothing else is added to this canister

3rd 5 L Container:

  1. 1. Dissolve 500 g of Carbonate Mix in 4 liters of RO water and then fill the container with RO water.
  2. 2. Then add 25 mL Balling Light Trace 3 0 Health Elements to container.

Then follow Manufacturer's Instructions for dosing.

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  • Trace elements By Shawn on 7/4/2015

    I tried this stuff to get away from manually dosing my tank trace elements. My GSP'S & other corals are growing like wild fire. I will need to frag soon AGAIN!
  • Bang By Greenstreet on 12/20/2014

    Works great for me great colors
  • Try it and see By rocco on 2/3/2014

    Been in the hobby for 20 yrs and kinda wanted to punt Fauna Marin balling lite and give it a try. Follow the directions given by BRS video.
    The reef loves it! It gives the additional boost for the finicky inhabitants and everything else. I can see the additional spark it gives to my reef!
    This review will be copied to the other 2 balling lite additions.

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