Kent Marine Pro Buffer dKH

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Product Summary:

Kent|Marine Pro Buffer dKH

Powerful and a cardinal solution, Kent|Marine Pro Buffer dKH stabilizes the Phosphorus and alkalinity levels in water. Formulated to treat salt water, this solution is known to control Phosphorus level and increase alkalinity abruptly. A useful solution, this formula is not harmful and does not interfere with the biological processes of marine life. Kent|Marine Pro Buffer dKH tends to tweak the phosphorus levels in water between 8.3 to 8.0. A highly recommended solution by veterinarians, this formula maintains and creates a stimulating environment for marine life. You need to shake the solution well before administering. You can add 3 teaspoons for every 40 gallons of water. Do not increase the dosage after 12 hour period as it can be harmful. It is advisable that you do not use this solution in the morning as the Phosphorus levels will elevate abruptly. Mixing magnesium and calcium solution along with this formula should be avoided.


For salt water aquariums
Controls Phosphorus levels
Can be placed directly in the water
Safe to use
Increases alkalinity in water

Item Specification:





16oz- 8.2" L x 2.3" W x 2.3" D

64oz- 9.4" L x 4.5 " W x 4.2" D


Shake well before use. Add 10 ml (2 tsp) per 40 gallons of aquarium water in a high flow area. Repeat daily until target alkalinity is reached. Some cloudiness may be observed, but will dissipate rapidly. Do not exceed dosing ½ ml of this product per gallon in a 12-hour period. Recommended to dose in the morning to prevent overshoot of pH. Never mix directly with a calcium or magnesium solution

If you are having trouble maintaining calcium or buffer levels, check to see that the salt mix you are using contains natural seawater levels of magnesium. Magnesium is necessary and low levels result in poor calcium solubility and buffering


De-ionized water containing carbonate, bicarbonate, sulfate, borate salts with trace minerals

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