JBL PhosEX Pond Direct
Phosphate remover for ponds

  • For pond water to suit both fish and plants: reliable removal of algae nutrient phosphate from the pond water
  • Simple treatment: calculate the required quantity, mix with pond water in watering can, distribute evenly over the pond
  • Eliminates the basic nutrients of all types of algae: significant reduction of high phosphate contents (already after 2-24 hours)
  • Without any harmful side effects: harmless to fish, no release of aluminium, indicates its effectiveness through brownish water. discolouration.
  • Contents: phosphate remover for ponds, PhosEx Pond Direct. Dosage: 40 ml for approx. 800 l pond water
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basic price 38,76 EUR / l
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Product information

Clean pond water – optimal water quality
Water cloudiness can be caused by algae, fish excrements or other wastes. JBL’s trouble shooters have been specially created for all types of water cloudiness and treat the pond water without any harmful side effects for the dwellers.

JBL’s zero-risk concept
Algae can pollute the pond water and thus cause damage to the fish and the plants in the pond. In collaboration with scientists JBL has developed a concept for a permanent removal of algae.

“1-2-3 algae-free”
Stabilise the water: increase the mineral content for anti-algae agents (JBL StabiloPond) to work more effectively Combat algae: add a suitable anti-algae agent (JBL AlgoPond) into the water Limit nutrients: remove the nutrients of dying algae (JBL PhosExPond)

PhosEx Direct is easy to use
Determine the required quantity. Mix with pond water in a watering can and spread it evenly over the pond. Use preventatively every six weeks and after each algae combat. Do not pour on floating water lily leaves. Do not bathe in swimming ponds for 24 hours after use.

Dosage 40 ml per approx. 800 l pond water.

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JBL PhosEx Pond Direct 250 ml

Art. no.:
2739300
EAN Code:
4014162273932
Content:
0,25 l
Range:
5000 l
Volume packaging:
0.460 l
Gross weight:
300.200 g
Net weight:
252 g
Weight factor:
1000
Size(l/h/w):
33/180/78 mm

Technical Data

Height:180 mm
Length:78 mm
Width:33 mm

JBL PhosEx Pond Direct 500 ml

Art. no.:
2739400
EAN Code:
4014162273949
Content:
0,5 l
Range:
10000 l
Volume packaging:
0.850 l
Gross weight:
578.700 g
Net weight:
502 g
Weight factor:
1000
Size(l/h/w):
40/220/97 mm

JBL PhosEx Pond Direct 2,5 l

Art. no.:
2739500
EAN Code:
4014162273956
Content:
2,5 l
Range:
50000 l
Volume packaging:
3.360 l
Gross weight:
2650.000 g
Net weight:
2500 g
Weight factor:
1000
Size(l/h/w):
150/195/115 mm

JBL PhosEx Pond Direct 5 l

Art. no.:
2739600
EAN Code:
4014162273963
Content:
5 l
Range:
100000 l
Volume packaging:
9.870 l
Gross weight:
5200.000 g
Net weight:
5000 g
Weight factor:
1000
Size(l/h/w):
225/195/225 mm
FAQ
Can I use several anti-algae agents together in the pond?

Each JBL anti-algae agent has a special purpose. It is therefore not necessary to use several AlgoPond products at the same time. Use AlgoPond Green to combat green water. Use AlgoPond forte for thread algae and all other types of algae. If you want to change the product, allow a time interval of 14 days, a water change of at least 50 % and filtering via activated carbon. The products StabiloPond and PhosEx may, of course, be used together with an AlgoPond algae agent according to the 1-2-3 algae-free principle.

How high is the binding capacity of 500 ml PhosExPond Direct?

500 ml JBL PhosExPond Direct adsorbs up to 22,500 mg phosphate.

An application of AlgoPond Direct has killed the algae, but they are still on the stones.

This can happen with very firmly fixed thread algae. After the algae treatment we recommend SediEx Pond to mineralize the organic matter.

AlgoPond Direct used near invertebrates and sturgeons

The application of AlgoPond Direct can cause problems for crustaceans in the garden pond, as has been proven in one case.

Here is a biological explanation: Crustaceans have so called external gills. These are situated between the body wall and the external armour, the so-called carapace, which goes left and right along the breast right down to the biramous legs.

The crustaceans use their mouth parts (the so-called exopodites at the mouth parts) to produce a water jet through the front of the gill cavity. While producing this water jet the crustaceans are using their mouth parts to look for food. Therefore it can be possible that particles of AlgoPond Direct granulate reach the gill cavity. Because the active substance in a non-dissolved phase is an irritant, a damage of the lamellas of the gills is possible.

For this to happen, however, that the crustaceans have to ingest non-dissolved AlgoPond Direct in their gill cavity.

With sturgeons no case of a problem with AlgoPond Direct is known. But for the sake of completeness it should be noted that a similar incidence is theoretically possible.

Similar considerations apply for OxyPond and the first component of SediEx Pond. Up till now no cases have been recorded.

I have used AlgoPond Direct but there are still thread algae.

AlgoPond Direct acts always against thread algae through direct contact with them and by releasing active oxygen. However, it is not always possible to reach down deep enough with very dense and thick thread algae pads. Here we recommend either repeated treatment (is now included in the instructions), or a mechanical thinning of the thread algae.

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Laboratories and calculators

Pond laboratory / calculator

This worldwide unique pond laboratory gives you dedicated support to combat problems with algae and cloudiness in your pond.

Pond Guarantee

JBL guarantees you a pond without algae problems if you follow our 3 steps. If by any chance the algae have not disappeared by the end of step 3, please contact the JBL Online Pond Laboratory directly. There you will receive comprehensive online advice. In the unlikely event of your algae problems not being solved, despite your consultation with us, you will be refunded with the purchase price of all JBL 1-2-3 algae-free products purchased during the current calendar year.
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safety instructions

Safety information
- safety information in accordance with GHS
Signal word
Danger
Hazard symbol
  • GHS05
Risk phrase
H290: May be corrosive to metals.
H315: Causes skin irritation.
H318: Causes serious eye damage.
H412: Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
safety note
P102: Keep out of reach of children.
P280: Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection.
P305+P351+P338: IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.
P310: Immediately call a POISON CENTER/doctor.
P362: Take off contaminated clothing.
P406: Store in corrosive resistant container with a resistant inner liner.
P501a: Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local/regional/national/international regulations.
P101: If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand.