- For aquarium water to suit both fish and plants in freshwater aquariums, in turtle tanks and in shrimp tanks.
- Rapid decrease of the pH value thanks to natural oak extract, phosphate-free.
- The ideal pH value for most freshwater fish and plants is in the neural range around 7. Tip: the carbonate hardness should be at least 4 °dKH.
- Use with pH values >8: 10 ml/40 l water, pH value 7-8: 10 ml/80 l water, pH values <7: no adding of JBL pH-Minus.
- Contents: 1 bottle pH Minus.
- To use: 10ml/40 l water.
Nature at Home – Home for Fish and Plants
- Fish need to be as comfortable in the aquarium as they are in nature.
- Water dwellers have adapted to the acidity (pH value) of their habitat and also need to find similar conditions in the aquarium.
- The wrong pH value not only means stress for the aquarium dwellers but it also can be the cause for diseases or it can reduce their lifespan.
- The JBL water conditioners decrease or increase the pH level and make the water ideally suited to the requirements of the fish once more.
- Benefits of the JBL water conditioners Rapid decrease of the pH value thanks to natural oak extract, phosphate-free.
Can JBL AquaDur plus be used together with JBL pH-Minus ?
> It is not advisable to use the two products together. JBL pH-Minus cancels part of the desired water-stabilising effect of JBL AquaDur.
Can JBL Clynol, JBL Acclimol and JBL pH-Minus be used in a shrimp tank ?
> Basically, all 3 of the water conditioners mentioned can be used in a shrimp tank.
However, when JBL pH-Minus is used, it’s important that it is only used in relation to the carbonate hardness. It is best to add JBL pH-Minus to the water intended for the water change and to then measure the carbonate hardness, which should not be less than 3-4. JBL Acclimol is suitable for shrimps, but is better suited for fish. JBL Clynol is beneficial for shrimps but you also need to add JBL Biotopol C, a water conditioner especially developed for shrimps.