KH+ is intended for freshwater aquariums. KH+ increases KH values to adapt them to the aquarium biotope
- KH or carbonate hardness refers mainly to the quantity of carbonate ions (CO32-) and hydrogen carbonates (HCO3-) present in the water.
- KH measures the buffering capacity of water, in other words, its ability to withstand variations in pH. The higher its value, the harder it will be to vary the pH.
- KH values need to be adapted to those of the aquarium biotope.
When should GH+ be used ?
- When KH values are not adapted to the aquarium biotope
How to use GH+ ?
One dose of KH+ increases the overall hardness of 100 liters (25 gal) of water by 3° KH. Close immediately after use. Keep out of reach of children.