Use Aqua One pH Down to reduce the pH level in your aquarium and to make the water more acidic.
Prices start from: $7.80
A Mineral complex replenishes crucial minor and trace minerals lost to filtration and plants in African Cichlid and other Rift Lake fish habitats.
Prices start from: $17.60
An agent for maintaining constant carbonate hardness level in reef aquariums.
Use Aqua One pH Up to increase the pH level in your aquarium and to make the water more alkaline.
Designed to raise the alkalinity (carbonate hardness (KH) or buffering capacity) of freshwater and planted aquariums at a pH of 7.8 or lower.
A high quality, multi-component blended true buffering system designed to raise the alkalinity or buffering capacity of marine fish and reef aquariums and automatically regulate the pH.
Prices start from: $15.65
Basis KH Liquid Buffer is a true buffering system, designed to raise the alkalinity or buffering capacity of marine fish and reef aquariums and automatically regulates pH.
Equilibrium is ideally suited for use with reverse osmosis & rainwater water or any mineral deficient.
Prices start from: $19.60
Designed to enhance the natural environment of Cichlids by increasing hardness, buffer capacity and pH.
Raises carbonate alkalinity without immediately impacting on pH levels. With long term use there will be a tendency to stabilise pH at 8.3
Prices start from: $18.85
Seachem Acid Buffer is a non-phosphorate buffer to lower pH and buffer with Alkaline Buffer.
Prices start from: $8.95
Seachem Alkaline Buffer is a non-phosphorate buffer to raise pH and alkalinity (KH).
API pH Down is a liquid treatment that lowers pH and makes aquarium water more acidic.
Prices start from: $14.65
pH down works by slowly neutralising some of the alkaline substances that cause a high pH in pond water.
API pH Up is a liquid treatment that raises pH and makes aquarium water more alkaline.
Prices start from: $15.45
Reef Buffer will raise carbonate alkalinity; however, it is intended primarily for use as a buffer in a reef system where the maintenance of a pH of 8.3 is often difficult.
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