iQuatics launches Ocean Reef Pro Coral Salt

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Online lighting and equipment manufacturer iQuatics has joined the salt supply market.

The salt is a synthetic blend boasting magnesium at 1360ppm, Calcium at 445ppm and Potassium at 405ppm, levels which the company say have been slightly raised to account for depletions in home aquaria. PFK have not been supplied the KH data at this point.

It also claims to be nitrate and phosphate free, and fast dissolving.

It comes in 10kg and 20kg (screw top) bucket sizes, priced at £24.95 and £44.95 respectively.

The salt can be bought, and more detailed chemical analysis obtained, from the existing online store.

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