Triton 4 x 1l Base Elements CORE7 Bulk Edition (1, 2, 3a, 3b)
Triton Core7 Base Elements help to give a stable tank. It gives all the macro and trace elements required for a thriving marine tank.
A complete suite of dosing solutions designed to supplement and maintain near natural sea water parameters for reef aquaria using the TRITON Method of reefkeeping.
Years of scientific research combined with observations drawn from tens of thousands of ICP aquarium seawater tests have led to the development of these unique elemental supplements.
Used in accordance with the TRITON Method these solutions deliver the natural balance of macro and trace elements essential to a successful reef aquarium while preventing ionic imbalance and eliminating the need to carry out routine water changes.
With over a decade of experience and an ongoing commitment to R&D, TRITON understands the science of seawater better than anyone.
TRITON Base Elements
What is it? What is it for?
Base Elements provide a complete supply for your aquarium.
They contain all macro and trace elements required for a healthy reef aquarium.
TRITON Base Elements are recommended for use as part of the TRITON Method.
This is identified by the Orange label stating "TRITON method"
Important notes for usage
Please do not dose the TRITON Base Elements simultaneously or mix the solutions, with the exception of 3A and 3B.
Base Elements should be dosed into an area of high current, preferably into the return pump chamber.
There should be a minimum of 5 minutes between dosing each solution.
This product is classified as "easy and safe to use for the aquarium".
TRITON Base Elements
TRITON Base Elements must first be diluted with ultrapure 000TDS RODI water.
They should be mixed to make up 4 x 10L solutions. (See mixing instructions below.)
Initial dose is 10ml per 100l aquarium volume of each bottle.
Dosage should be the same for each of the solutions, 1, 2, 3a and 3b.
After a day carbonate hardness should be measured, the target should be 8dKH.
If the carbonate hardness falls (as of 8dKH to 7 dKH), the dosage should be increased.
If the carbonate hardness increases (e.g. 8dKH on 9dKH), then the dosage should be reduced.
If the salinity increases through the use of Base Elements, please refer to the aquarium water calculator: