Booster of natural denitrification - source of fast energy and essential mineral nutrition for unicellular organisms
8 marine carbohydrates (saccharides)
Selected biogenous trace elements
5 ml per 100 l of water weekly - average dose.
(0,65 oz /100 gal)
Dose into water flow!
It is advised not to exceed recommended dosage. If overdosed, unwanted algae and cyanophytes might appear.
Store at room temperature at dark place!
S2: Keep out of the reach of children S45: In case of accident or if you feel unwell seek medical advice immediately
For marine aquarium animals only, not for human use. Keep out of the reach of children and pets. Keep closed tightly. Not to be given to animals intended for food use.
Fixing of an ideal dosage, stable in the long term, is in case of NitraClean always the matter of an experiment.
If overdosed, certain amount of active substances is not utilised by denitrification bacteria and remains free for the rest of unicellular organisms in the tank - other bacteria, algae and cyanophytes, causing the formation of their colonies, especially if there are artificially doped muds or sands used in a tank.
In such case the application of NitraClean should be suspended until situation improves and subsequent dosage should run with lower amounts.
If the products is used for the first time and Nitrates concentration is higher, dosing of NitraClean shall be lowered immediately after Nitrates concentration decrease.
NitraClean boosts entire chain of biological degradation of nitrogen
– especially the processes 3, 4 and 5.
Application and Dosing
Even the CS NitraClean can be applied to the tank alone (if source of bacteria and required oxic, hypoxic and anoxic zones are ensured), we highly recommend to use this product in the frame of R.A.N.N. denitrification system. Follow the operating instruction provided.
The initial dose should be ca 3 ml / 100 l water / week.
It may be then gradually increased until nitrates concentration decreases to zero or until bellow mentioned overdose symptoms occur. The optimal dosage in highly
populated tanks may be even higher than suggested one and its adjustment
is always the matter of experiment.
If nitrates concentration decreases to zero, product dosing shall be lowered immediately.
If overdosed, certain amount of active substances is not utilised by
nitrifying and denitrifying bacteria and remains freely utilizable for the other lower
organisms in the tank - various bacteria, algae and cyanophytes, causing
the formation of their colonies, especially if artificially doped muds
or sands are used.
Limit the dosage or even temporarily interrupt product
application and wait until the situation improves. The unfavourable
situation may last even weeks, because primarily algae generate metabolic
nutrient reserves for a rather long time.