03 Nov 2019
NT Labs Introduces New Marine Medications
Posted By : Guest Filed Under : NT Labs | Marine Additives | Plant Fertilizers | Water Treatment
After extensive research and development, NT Labs are proud to announce the arrival of their new and improved marine range. New products are joining the range, and a new stylish design has been introduced.
Their in-house marketing team have carefully studied the marine industry and redesigned the packaging to give it a fresh new look. With its bright, enticing imagery and easy to understand icons we are sure the range will appeal to all marine and reef keepers. In addition to this fresh new look, their in-house biologists have also been busy formulating two new products.
All marine keepers will be well aware of the pesky Aiptasia which can plague their reef aquarium. Aiptasia are polyp-like creatures found in marine aquariums usually introduced with corals or live rock. They can harm corals by outcompeting them for space and food as well as looking unsightly. NT Labs are pleased to be introducing Marine Anti-Aiptasia which is a contact solution to eradicate these unwanted organisms. Anti-Aiptasia is also affective against the closely related Majano anemone. Anti-Aiptasia is pesticide-free and does not adversely affect water quality. In addition to this, NT Labs have replaced Trace Element Replacer with Coral Boost.

Coral Boost replenishes a wide range of essential trace elements consumed by marine life as well as other elements found naturally in sea water. Coral Boost is phosphate and nitrate free so will not encourage the growth of nuisance algae. Coral Boost is formulated for daily application to ensure a stable supply of elements including: Antimony, arsenic, beryllium, bismuth, cadmium, caesium, chromium, cobalt, germanium, gold, iron, lead, lithium, mercury, molybdenum, nickel, niobium, silver, strontium, tin, titanium, tungsten, vanadium and zinc. The easy to use pump dispenser means you can conveniently spray once daily for every 100 litres of water in your reef aquarium.

Alongside the ranges redesign and exciting additions, what was once known as Parazoryne has been renamed Paratonical, as the name suggests, this product botanically supports recovery from parasitic infections. Moving forward, the NT Labs team are committed to finding sustainable materials for use in their packaging materials, this new and improved range is now packaged in smaller cartons (10% less cardboard than the previous marine range), which are made from FSC certified paper and are printed using vegetable based inks. The bottles within the cartons are also widely recyclable.

The new NT Labs Marine range will be available in South Africa in February 2020! 

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