Open-end spanner for JBL ProFlora

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    Open-end spanner for JBL ProFlora

    Art. no.:
    6333400
    EAN Code:
    4014162633347
    Content:
    1 Pieces
    Volume packaging:
    0.020 l
    Gross weight:
    81.000 g
    Net weight:
    80 g
    Weight factor:
    1000
    Size(l/h/w):
    45/3/170 mm
    Blog – Opinions & Experiences

    21.09.2018

    Misunderstandings – typical beginner mistakes

    Based on our own experience in customer service and the many messages and questions we receive, we have put together the typical mistakes beginners may make. The experienced aquarist might well smile, but if they are honest, these are mistakes we all made at the start, aren’t they?

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    21.01.2018

    Measuring the CO2 Content With Drop Test (VIDEO)

    This way of directly determining the CO2 content will help you to set the ideal bubble count on your CO2 system and to monitor the quantity you add.

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    16.07.2017

    Outline: Fertilisation in the Aquarium

    The JBL plant care concept leads to vigorous and healthy growth even with the most demanding aquatic plants. JBL has all the components you need, whether it’s a fertiliser, a bottom substrate or a fully automatic CO2 fertiliser system.

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    19.06.2017

    Components of a ProFlora CO2 System: The Right Setup

    Below you will find an outline graphic with examples to explain the structure and interconnections of all the CO2 components.

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    26.02.2017

    Plant aquarium in fast motion with or without CO2

    Have you ever had the chance to see how big the difference really is between a plant aquarium with and without CO2 fertilisation?

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    31.08.2016

    Why plants grow better with CO2

    The discussion, whether aquariums also work without CO2, is as old as modern aquatics itself. One thing is clear: aquatic plants need carbon for their growth.

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    01.08.2016

    Water values for water plants in detail

    If we transfer this Liebig’s Law of the Minimum to the aquatic field it quickly becomes clear how important balanced fertilisation is for plant aquariums.

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    06.07.2016

    The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation – The Reliability

    In the fourth part of the series “The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation” we examine what we consider to be the most important aspect. The health of your animals but also of you, the aquarium owners is our number one priority.

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    06.07.2016

    The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation – The Reliability

    In the fourth part of the series “The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation” we examine what we consider to be the most important aspect. The health of your animals but also of you, the aquarium owners is our number one priority.

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    03.07.2016

    The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation – The CO2 Content

    In the third part of our series “The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation,” we look at the CO2 content of the “liquid CO2” products which are added to the aquarium.

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    30.06.2016

    The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation – The Effect

    In the second part of the series “The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation” we examine how glutaraldehyde containing products work on plants.

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    27.06.2016

    The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation – The Substance

    In the first part of the series “The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation” we look at the active substance of the products considered liquid CO2.

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    24.06.2016

    The story of liquid CO2 fertilisation

    A lot of aquarists are talking about liquid CO2, which is said to be able to replace a conventional pressurized gas system or a bio-CO2 system.

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    18.06.2016

    Why is carbon dioxide (CO2) the most important plant nutrient in the aquarium?

    Carbon dioxide is the nutritional basis for aquatic plants which is supplemented through micro and macronutrients and light. The balance between all these elements is necessary for thriving plant growth in the aquarium.

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    01.04.2016

    There’s more to fertilization than you’d think Part 2

    Simply put, Liebig’s Law of the Minimum states that the growth of plants is limited by the scarcest resource. Adding a nutrient which already exists in abundance does not influence the growth.

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    29.03.2016

    Fertilization is not just fertilization Part 1

    Unlike in natural waters, aquariums with fish mostly have a surplus of nutrients caused by feeding and the resulting fish excrement. Thus nitrates and phosphates in large (often too large!) quantities are available for the plants.

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    26.11.2015

    Oxygen Explosion in the Aquarium – The Right Fertilisation

    Every evening my aquarium resembles a “whirlpool“ with a thousand little oxygen bubbles. This is the time I relax and wind down after a long day.

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    Laboratories and calculators

    Water Analysis Online Laboratory

    Enter your water parameters and get an in-depth analysis of your values in a matter of seconds. You enter your water values – and we analyse! Here you have the opportunity to enter the measured water values directly into the JBL Online Laboratory. This will analyse your values and explain and submit corrective measures.
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    The marine aquarium

    Spend your holiday at the coral reef in your living room! A marine aquarium is the most exciting thing in aquatics

    Aquascaping aquarium type JBL Dreamscape®

    Mountains, valleys, meadows and fish! Create your dreamlike landscape under water with the Dreamscape® aquarium

    Jungle aquarium type JBL Rio Pantanal®

    A bit of jungle river in your living room. Lively underwater action! No problem with the JBL Rio Pantanal® aquarium

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    A real piece of the Amazon or, with the Congo, a piece of the heart of Africa. A habitat (biotope) aquarium is a challenge. Can you emulate nature?

    Rocky reef aquarium type JBL Malawi Rocks®

    The fish of Lake Malawi are as colourful as the fish in the coral reefs. This aquarium brings a bit of freshwater reef into your living room

    Goldfish aquarium type JBL Goldfish Paradise®

    Lively goldfish in the aquarium enhance any room perfectly! Invite some new flatmates into your home with this goldfish aquarium
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