Frank H.

I thought to myself that's all I needed to clear the tank? Awesome! I am definitely going to be getting another bottle.

Type of Tank: 55g glass Salt Water
Size: 55
Livestock: cleaner shrimp, Sailfin tang, true percula, false percula, Picasso clownfish, green bubble tip anemone, condy anemone, 2 red leg scarlet hermit crabs, 2 watchman gobys,sand sifter sea star, red/orange fire fish,pulsing xenias, war favia, lorde acan, green finger leather, large feather duster, 7 small feather dusters, 1 little zoa polyp
Feeding: microvert 3 times a week, 1quarter of a cube frozen brine shrimp daily, target feed 1quarter frozen brine shrimp 2 times a week
Lighting: 2-24 in t8 50/50
Sump & Filtration: Penguin 350 filtration
Substrate: marine sand
Refugium: hang on the back with rubble rock and macro algae
Protein Skimmer: N/A
Heating & Cooling: aquarium heater from cascade heat, Penn-Plax set at factory at 76 degrees
Any Other Info: I setup my tank in September 2013
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Nualgi Trial Update - September 23rd

As you can see I had upgraded quite a bit on the same tank I got the trial bottle from Nualgi

It's doing great I am just starting to get Cyanobacteria and hair algae growth and the green algae also and it's been a long time since I last dosed the trial version of Nualgi! The tank is still a 55g with a hang on the back penguin filter system with the biowheels but I replaced the filter cartridges with rock rubble, I still have the hob refugium also with rock rubble and MACROalgae, and I also now have a hob Red Sea Berlin Turbo protein skimmer and now instead of about 20 or 30 lbs of rock i now have about 60lbs of rock in the tank I also upgraded the light from a T8 2 bulb 50/50 to a quad bulb Deep Blue Solarmax Extreme with an auto timer on it and I also upgraded the flow from one weak power head to 2 Hydor 1050gph magnet mount power heads and a controller that has 500gph output.

Nualgi Trial Update - Week #9

Extra coral heads due to the Nualgi!

Here's a Nualgi video update about 3 weeks after I finished my Nualgi trial bottle.

Nualgi Trial Update - Week #6

The Ph level also has been stable at 8.2 since using Nualgi so yes I plan on purchasing a bottle of the Nualgi as soon as I'm done with the free sample.

My nitrates also went way down since I've used my free sample of Nualgi they were at 160ppm 24hrs after a 15g water change and in 24hrs after dosing the Nualgi it is now stable at 20ppm and as you can see my Ph levels also have gone down significantly. The Ph level also has been stable at 8.2 since using Nualgi so yes I plan on purchasing a bottle of the Nualgi as soon as I'm done with the free sample. At $20 I can't go wrong. There's that saying if it isn't broke don't fix it and right now that's the case with my tank. Also I'm working on getting my new RO system up and running so I can start using that water and not the straight well water that is loaded with iron and is very hard water.

Nualgi Trial Update - Week #5

I'm impressed with how clear in only 3 days my tank got after being completely foggy.

Nualgi Trial Update - Week #1

zoa polyps on the base of the favia are blooming more and the acan is always coming out.

It is much clearer the fish are more active and my corals are doing better the my condy anemone is losing the brownness it had on it and my leather is doing very well along with my war favia and the 2 zoa polyps on the base of the favia are blooming more and the acan is always coming out and looking like a cup over flowing with foam.

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Nualgi Trial Update - Week #0 (Before Trial)

Hi I had just received your free trial and was wondering if and how this will help my high ph and nitrates levels coming from my drilled well. My well is 126ft down and the pump is 100ft before the bottom and the water coming into my house is very hard water and I don't have a softener or any kind of filtration except a whole house filter and I don't have a filter in there because the water is so good that the filter just keeps the sediment out of the water.

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April 21, 2014

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