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Carbon VS (acetic acid content)

Started by Reefr, October 18, 2019, 11:38:48 am

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Reefr

Hello Glenn,

First of all I want to say I like your product line and I think it's really good to see such a successful method in Europe

I am using some of your additives in my reef tank, more particularly to keep PO4 high enough and also to keep NO3 low enough. For NO3 I started dosing Carbon VS a few weeks ago and so far so good :)

I know you cannot disclose your products exact composition but would it be possible to just know how much acetic acid we are dosing with Carbon VS?

Thank you!
Reefr

glennf

November 14, 2019, 07:28:53 pm #1 Last Edit: November 14, 2019, 07:32:18 pm by glennf
Quote from: Reefr on October 18, 2019, 11:38:48 amHello Glenn,

First of all I want to say I like your product line and I think it's really good to see such a successful method in Europe

I am using some of your additives in my reef tank, more particularly to keep PO4 high enough and also to keep NO3 low enough. For NO3 I started dosing Carbon VS a few weeks ago and so far so good :)

I know you cannot disclose your products exact composition but would it be possible to just know how much acetic acid we are dosing with Carbon VS?

Thank you!
Reefr
The product as they are were tested and proven themselves for long a time and for a large community. It's the balanced composition that makes it a succes.

By disclosing the procentage this would encourage the users to experiment with DIY mixtures which may make the whole DSR system not performing as it should.

So to protect the DSR system and the many professionals involved with the distribution of the system i will not encourage DiY.

The table includes a safety margin.
We target D3-D5 dosings
of the system is heavily stock with corals and fish D10/D12  would be no problem.



happy DSR reefer