Multi Elements B - Trace Element Solution for Calcium Reactor Users
Multi Elements B contains substances and compounds essential for resiliantant coral tissue, strong polyps, and fluorescent colors. It is a unique formula developed explicitly for aquariums with calcium reactors and two-way systems.
Multi Elements A and B provide the micro and trace elements like Bromine, Iodine, Fluorine, and organic micro substances needed for a healthy, biologically sound home aquarium. This combination of products ensures that all trace elements are available in the optimum concentration to prevent deficiencies that could cause poor coral health, stunted growth, and possible bleaching or death. The result is a tank full of bright coral that grows quickly.
Multi Elements A and B can also be used in systems supplied with pure calcium and carbonate solutions.
Multi Elements A contains elements responsible for coral skeletal growth, nutrient regulation, and striking color formation.
Multi Elements B contains those substances and compounds essential for resistant coral tissue and strong polyps, as well as the formation of fluorescent colors.
The product has a minimum shelf life of approximately three years—stored in a dry place, away from light, at room temperature. Avoid contamination of the product with bacteria or dirt.
Keep out of the reach of children.
1 ml Multi Elements B per 100 liters of water volume / daily.
2 to 5 ml Multi Elements B per 100 liters of water volume/weekly.
Multi Elements A and B are intended for direct feeding into the aquarium. We recommend regular feeding with dosing pumps.
Bromine, iodine, fluorine, organic compounds, other trace elements
Keep out of reach of children!
Avoid contact with eyes! If the product gets into the eyes, rinse with plenty of water.
Wash hands after use.
Do not inhale
Do not swallow! If the product is swallowed, seek medical attention - Show the label to the doctor.
Intended for use on saltwater aquariums only.
Always read label and product information before use
The empty bottle can be disposed of with household waste or at recycling collection points.
Please follow your local regulations for waste disposal.