ATM Agent Green - Lanthanum Chloride Phosphate Remover

ATM Agent Green - Lanthanum Chloride Phosphate Remover

Acrylic Tank Manufacturing



Speed, Baby, Speed

Phosphate removal is a game of speed.  To enjoy a true zero phosphate environment, one must remove phosphate faster than it can accumulate.  Only Agent Green has what it takes.

So What Exactly Happens?

Agent Green initiates an ion exchange, which capitalizes on the attraction between calcium and other like alkaline metals and phosphate to create insoluble beads. These “beads” are insoluble inert substances that are harmless to aquatic wildlife.  When introduced into a high flow area of the system, Agent Green will create a smokey effect in the water instantly.  The denser the smoke, the more removal that is taking place.  This smokiness is the evidence that phosphate is being precipitated out of the system.

Function

  • Removes Phosphates Instantly
  • Bound Phosphates Remain Insoluble Until Removed By Filtration
  • Safe For Aquatic Wildlife Including Corals

Agent Green Is Safe

It is important to note there are various formulations of lanthanum chloride.  Some would not be practical for use with livestock.  Agent Green, however, carries no risks to freshwater nor marine life.  As in all other aspects of life, the right tool is required for the right job. Always Trust The Shark with  the safety of your livestock.

Control

No other phosphate removal method offers the variable control as Agent Green.  Phosphate removal can be measured by the directed dose.  Performance of any other removal system is largely unpredictable.

Instructions

Use if phosphate levels are .1 ppm or greater. ATM Agent GreenTM may create a temporary cloud in aquarium. This will clear rapidly. Shake well before use. Add to high flow area directly into aquarium, preferably before mechanical filtration. In reef systems with sumps, add just before the overflow. Do not remove more than 1 ppm of phosphate per day. Do not
overdose.

Caution: Not for human consumption. Keep out of reach of children. If ingested contact a poison control center
immediately.


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