BRS Color Changing Medical Grade CO2 Absorbent

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BRS Color Changing Medical Grade CO2 Absorbent

SKU: 206240
32 Review(s)
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  • IT Works! By on 9/27/2016

    Running on JBJ 28 gal NanoCube through Reef octopus HOB 90 cone skimmer air intake.

    Ph consistantly at 8.3. This product raised my ph to 8.3, and as a bonus eliminated the ph swing.

  • Excellent By on 4/14/2016

    If you have low PH issues this is your easiest fix. I hooked mine up to my skimmer and converted a BRS GFO/carbon reactor to put the media in and works like a charm. Before my PH peaked at 8 and the low point at 7.7. Now with the media it peaks at 8.3 and the low point is 8.1.
  • Product Works as Advertised By on 3/28/2016

    Hooked it to my skimmer air intake using reactor...pH increased in about 48 hours from 8.0 to 8.22 and held constant
  • Works great By on 3/10/2016

    Product works great only draw back is I have to change it every week
  • Didn't work for me By on 2/20/2016

    I run this through a BRS reactor to a Vortex Omega 150 protein skimmer. I run my 120 gallon tank with an Apex Fusion controller with lab grade probes. There Apex shows no difference in pH with this product. Maybe it would work on a smaller tank.
  • Works well and color change By on 2/6/2016

    The product works well in the appropriate reactor. Does exactly what it describes. I like the color change option, no guessing when it's been consumed.
  • Not really sure By on 1/1/2016

    Have used this product for a few weeks so far hasn't raised my ph at all. Not sure how much to use since I have a big tank (300 gallons) I filled the reactor full and has already turned purple. So I changed it out. But at this rate it will cost me 50$ a month and let it still hasn't raised my ph.
  • Stability By on 12/20/2015

    This does what its supposed to do removes co2 it keeps your ph higher and more stable.
  • Great! By on 11/3/2015

    It works!
  • It's great By on 9/17/2015

    Works exactly as you would expect, removing CO2 which increases your PH (at least it did that for me). I only wish the color change would last longer and not go from white to purple (lavender?) back to white. Of course when you test and your PH starts to go down you know its time to replace.