Seachem Cupramine

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250 ml


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Product Summary:

Seachem Cupramine
Seachem Cupramine is the superior way to treat your fish with a healthy dose of copper. Cure Ich and other parasites effectively and safely. Cupramine is non-acidic, less toxic to fish, remains in solution, and does not contaminate the filter bed. Can be easily removed from the tank using filter carbon.


Please note that each cap thread is approximately 1 mL, full cap is 5 mL. BEGINNER: Add 5 mL (1 capful) for each 200 L (50 gallons*) every other day.

ADVANCED: Add 1 mL for each 80 L (20 gallons*) daily to raise iodide by 0.10 mg/L. If necessary, adjust dose so that iodide reads 0.06-0.08 mg/L 6-12 hours after the last dose. Thereafter, use this dose daily and check iodide twice a month. EXPERT: After determining the iodide consumption rate, set up a continuous drip system. Use the following formula to determine how much to add to your top-off water: m=0.5vi (m=mL of product to add to top off water, v=volume of tank in gallons*, i=amount to raise iodide in mg/L).

For example, if you want to raise iodide by 0.10 mg/L in a 50 gallon* tank, then you would add 0.5x50x0.10=2.5 mL into the top-off water. HINTS: It is normal for iodide levels to decline after a few days. This results from utilization and chemical depletion. Therefore, frequency of use will vary with different reef tanks. Dosing can be adjusted based on coral response. To check iodide levels use Seachem's MultiTest: Iodine & Iodideª test kit.


100 ml (Treats up to 500 gallons of water)
250 ml (Treats up to 1325 gallons of water) 
2 LT (Treats up to 10580 gallons of water)  

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