Calcium Increaser CaCl2 4kg

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Use ultra-pure Triton additives without needing to run the whole system!

Calcium is used by all corals and most marine invertebrates to create a calcium carbonate structure, and over time the calcium level in your aquarium may drop below proper levels. In almost all reef tanks a calcium and alkalinity dosing regime will need to be implemented (also known as 2-part dosing) and using Triton additives guarantees that your aquarium is getting some of the purest additives available.

  • Increases calcium levels in reef tanks
  • Does not affect other elements or compounds
  • Can be used with or without the Triton System
  • Great for larger tanks that require large additions


Instructions: (8.4 grams of Triton Calcium Increaser will increase 25 gallons by 10ppm.)

Test your aquariums Calcium level, and determine the amount of Calcium Increaser needed to dose to your aquarium, and dissolve it in RODI water. Once fully dissolved, slowly pour the solution into a high flow area of the sump or display tank. Wait a few hours and test the calcium level of your tank.


Use these other Triton additives for a super pure 2-part system:

Triton Alkalinity Increaser

Triton Magnesium Increaser

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UPC 4260414720369
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Product Questions


I'm using Triton other methods and I have high consumption of calcium. As I know the calcium comes with some trace elements within it.
My question is, is this product the right one for me? If not, please advice me.
Question by: Alaa on Apr 3, 2020, 5:08 PM
Hi Alaa,

The Triton Calcium Increaser does not contain any other elements or compounds so this can be used with or without the Triton systems. That means that if you only need to adjust you Calcium levels but your other trace elements are at correct levels as indicated by Triton ICP testing then this is the correct product.

I hope this helps, Happy Reefing!
Answer by: Nick on Apr 9, 2020, 12:56 PM