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- Iodine is vital for coral development in closed reef tank environments
- Supplies the hard corals in your aquarium with the iodine they need to grow and for colouration
- Helps corals to adapt to lighting variations
- Neutralises the excess oxygen produced by zooxanthellae under excessive lighting
- Combats coral bleaching
- Recommanded for Xenia, Anthelia, Clavularia et Carallimorphes
All Prodibios ranges is packaged in ampoule glass single-dose (aerosol for ponds) under an inert atmosphere. These vials are tinted to protect the active ingredients in our products from light.
This special packaging adds four advantages to our products:
- An easy dosage solution:
– products are pre-dosed and calibrated according to our ranges and depending on the volume of the aquarium to treat.
– there is no waste of product thanks to the single-dose, because a vial is used in its entirety once opened.
– the volume of water in our vials is very small. Our products are highly concentrated which also saves this most valuable resource. We prefer to use the aquarium’s water to dilute products rather than to have an highly diluted product wich will need bigger packagings and generate more waste
– our water-resistant packaging comes from a recycle and recyclable raw material.
- A very long shelf life :
– the glass is a material with excellent properties for the preservation and conservation of products (foods or drugs).
– packaging under inert atmosphere (argon or nitrogen) is used to avoid contact of the products with oxygen in the air, and thus reduce oxidation and degradation.
- The ability to keep the products at room temperature :
Tinted glass, storage in an inert atmosphere, concentrated products are all elements that give our range a very long shelf life and the possibility to keep the vials at room temperature
- An excellent ratio “product cost / volume of water processed” :
If you think that Prodibios’ ranges are reserved for specialists and that our products are very expensive for your aquarium, you should do a quick exercise: calculate the cost of treatment of your tank’s treatment. You will be extremely, and pleasantly, surprised with the result!