Reef Fusion 1 and Reef Fusion 2 are the foundation of a system formulated to provide the essentials for the reef aquarium. Reef Fusion 1 provides calcium, while Reef Fusion 2 provides alkalinity. When used together, the Reef Fusion system will maintain calcium and alkalinity levels.
Reef Fusion 1 provides not only 100000mg/L of ionic calcium, but also includes biologically appropriate levels of magnesium, strontium, boron, iron, manganese, and molybdenum.
Reef Fusion 2 contains a mixture of carbonates and bicarbonates at an alkalinity of 4400 meq/L. It is designed to restore and maintain alkalinity in the reef aquarium and provide calcareous species with the essential carbonate needed for growth.
When used as directed, Reef Fusion 1 and Reef Fusion 2 will maintain the critical levels of calcium and alkalinity necessary for healthy coral growth, while providing biologically appropriate levels of other elements and trace minerals.
Why It's Different
Reef Fusion is different from our other calcium and carbonate supplements in that Reef Fusion 1 & 2 are specifically designed to be used together in a simple 1:1 ratio. There are similar products on the market, but the Reef Fusion system is the most concentrated two part system for maintaining calcium and carbonate alkalinity available.
Dose aquarium every 1-2 days. Shake well before using. Add 1ml of Reef Fusion 1 per 25L (6.5 US gallons) of water. (For reference purposes, the cap holds 5ml.) Add this to a high current area of the tank. Wait a few minutes, then add Reef Fusion 2 in the same manner, 1ml per 25L (6.5 US gallons), after shaking well. It is preferred that the two products be added to separate locations in the tank.
This dose contributes 4mg/L of calcium, and 0.176 meq/L of alkalinity. Never mix Reef Fusion 1 with Reef Fusion 2 directly. DO NOT EXCEED A DOSE OF 4ml IN 25L (6.5 US GALLONS) PER DAY OF EACH PRODUCT.
Maintain calcium level between 410-430mg/L. Maintain alkalinity between 4-6 meq/L. Size or frequency of dose may be increased if dosing regimen is insufficient to maintain calcium and alkalinity in these ranges.
Calcium chloride, magnesium chloride, strontium chloride, rubidium chloride, sodium tetraborate, iron chloride, sodium molybdate, manganese sulfate