One vial (50 ml of solution) contains 0.3 g of copper sulfate. This amount is designed for use in an aquarium with a water volume of 200 liters, that is, 5 ml of the drug per 20 liters of water. As a measuring container, you can use a vial cap that holds approximately 5 ml of solution. A certain amount of the original solution of the conditioner, strictly calculated for the entire volume of water in the aquarium, is diluted with fresh distilled water in a glass container with a capacity of 200-250 ml. Then the prepared solution is gradually, in approximately equal portions, in three steps at intervals of 20-30 minutes, poured into the aquarium, while gently mixing the water. Pour into the aquarium at once the entire solution is unacceptable. At the time of processing from the aquarium should remove the biofilter and filter with activated carbon. Water conditioning time is usually about 10 days. At the end of the process, the water in the aquarium should be gradually replaced during the month with fresh water. In addition to the above described method of application, it is possible to conduct a combined conditioning of aquarium water using the Copper Sulphate conditioner simultaneously with the Malachite Green conditioner *) based on: 5 ml of the Malachite Green conditioner and 5 drops of the Copper Sulphate conditioner for every 10 liters of aquarium water . The temperature of the water is raised to 28 ° C and maintained at this level until the end of treatment. Air conditioners in the specified quantities contribute to the aquarium water every 7-10 days. The conditioning process can last up to a month or longer. If during this period there is a need to replace the water, the concentration of drugs should be restored. *) Malachite green air conditioner and other air conditioners for aquarium water, as well as special fertilizers for aquarium plants and various accessories produced by ZOOMIR company, ask at pet stores and wholesale stores.
The copper sulfate conditioner is designed to create and maintain a safe, healthy environment in an aquarium that prevents the development of harmful microorganisms and protozoa in aquarium water. The copper sulfate conditioner has an adverse effect on aquarium invertebrates and some plants, as well as on particularly sensitive fish. In this regard, when using it, one should strictly observe the recommended concentration and, if necessary, correct it.