Fauna Marin Balling Calcium – Mix 4kg
SPECIAL SALT FOR THE SUPPLY OF CALCIUM IN SEAWATER AQUARIA
ESPECIALLY FOR THE BALLING LIGHT SYSTEM.
The balling light method is the uncomplicated complete supply of the aquarium
with calcium, magnesium, carbonate hardness and trace elements
The FAUNA MARIN Balling Light System is a complete
system, which can be used in conjunction with all common filter systems.
With the Balling-Light method you add exactly the substances that are missing in the aquarium.
-suitable for every filter system (Zeomethoden, Berliner System etc.)
-consumption-oriented and individual dosing with the Aquacalculator
(www.aquacalculator.com) effectively prevents the dreaded Old Tank Syndrome,
especially high-consumption basins can be easily adapted and
can be supplied.
-simple operation and safe to use
-Cost-effective supply through effective concentrates and high-purity special salts
-stable calcium, magnesium, carbonate values for healthy and colourful corals
Please note the HTU for the Balling Light System at
For the Balling Light method for the basic supply of your saltwater aquarium 3 canisters are used.
CALCIUM-MIX is only mixed in canister 1!
CANISTER 1 – CALCIUM MIX:
Dissolve 2 kg of Balling Light CALCIUM-MIX in 3 litres of osmosis water,
then add TRACE supplements: 25 ml Balling Light TRACE 1 +
25 ml Balling Light TRACE 2, then fill up to 5 liter with osmosis water.
Dosage of the working solution is approx. 10 ml/100 liters + 11 mg/liter (0,26 US.gal.liq.)
We recommend a calcium value of 380 – 420 mg/l.
The exact dosage quantities cannot be given in a generally valid way,
because every aquarium is individual. Please calculate your exact
consumption with the AquaCalculator and then dose the calculated
quantities exactly fitting your aquarium.
H 319: Causes severe eye irritation.
P 305+351+338: IF IN EYE CONTACT: Rinse gently with water for several minutes. Remove any contact lenses if possible. Continue rinsing.
Keep out of the reach of children. Store dry and tightly closed.
Not suitable for human consumption.