The Red Sea MAX 250 in Silver. The ultimate 250 litre / 66 gallon Plug & Play Coral Reef System. Featuring a host of high performance features, the MAX 250 makes it possible to keep even the most demanding coral species, and provides a complete coral reef aquarium solution.Full Coral Reef Spec lighting, filtration & circulation are all housed in a beautiful aquarium, which also includes the MAX control system providing total control and just one plug.The MAX 250 gives aquarists an opportunity to achieve the dream of owning a complete coral reef in their own home.Aquarium measures 96w x 55d x 55h cmsCabinet measures 96w x 55d x 80h cms Free delivery, on the day you want it of course
The original Juwel Tubes for pre-High-Lite aquarium models of Juwel Aquariums Bright Day-Lite and a Warm Warm-Lite tube are available.Install the Warm-Lite in the front and the Day-Lite at the back of your Multilux or Duolux light unit for optimum lighting balance and plant growth.Juwel DayLite Fluorescent light tube30watt 36in
Decorative aquarium gravel is the ideal way to enhance the appearance of you fish tank. Made from silica aggregates known for their inert properties and coated in a colourfast resin for trouble free fish keeping, this gravel is suitable for all types of aquarium set-ups including coldwater, tropical and saltwater, and is also the perfect planting medium due to its finer size. Suitable for bottom feeders and barbed fish, it will not change the PH of the water.
Reef Strontium is intended to restore and maintain strontium to levels found in natural seawater without affecting pH. Srontium is utilised in the same manner as calcium and holds a similar importance in maintaining a vigorous level of growth.Reef Strontium contains 10,000mg/l of available strontium as a gluconate complex. Gluconate complexation confers several benefits: it increases the bioavailability of the strontium, it provides a rich source of metabolic energy to help maintain peak coral growth, and it inhibits strontium precipitation/alkalinity depletion. Gluconate contains no nitrogen or phosphorus, thus it is biologically impossible for it to lead to algae growth in a properly maintained reef system.