Dennerle Aquarium Starter Rapid is a highly effective product for a rapid, safe start for newly established aquaria. It is made up of two components:
1. Living filter bacteria – they settle on filter material and gravel and instantly begin breaking down pollutants. The bacteria solution is highly concentrated, with a guaranteed 500 million bacteria per millilitre (when filled).
2. Bacteria booster nutrient solution - the specially developed "bacteria food" ensures rapid growth and reproduction.
Powerful nitrification bacteria (Nitrosomonas, Nitrobacter) convert harmful ammonia into nitrate via nitrite, detoxifying the water. In the anaerobic areas of the aquarium - primarily in the substrate and the filter - denitrifying bacteria (Paracoccus) convert nitrate into gaseous nitrogen, reducing the nitrate content. The filter bacteria also break down dead plant matter and food residues, fish excrement, organic impurities, proteins, fats, carbohydrates, harmful organic substances and organic sludge.
Dennerle Aquarium Starter Rapid
+ for a rapid and safe aquarium start
+ first fish can be added after just 24 hours
+ for rapid biological activation of filter material and substrate
+ adds the biologically "correct" bacteria to the aquarium right at the start
+ active mixture of selected live filter bacteria + bacteria booster
+ prevents fish losses
+ strengthens the self-cleaning power
+ for all freshwater aquaria
+ excellent bio-compatibility for all aquarium inhabitants (fish, shrimps, crayfish, snails, etc.)
Dosage of Dennerle Aquarium Starter Rapid:Do you have questions about this article ?
Dosage of the component 1: 100 ml for 50-100 litres of aquarium water. Apply half of the starter bacteria to the filter material, and put the other half in the aquarium water (25°C). Dosage of the component 2: first day: add 50 ml on 100 litres of aquarium water. Day 2-6: add 10 ml on 100 litres of aquarium water each day. Do not overdose! One srew cap corresponds to approx. 10 ml. The first fish can be introduced after 24 hours. Add the remaining fish population gradually after three weeks, once the aquarium has biologically stabilised.