Calcium reactors are designed to produce calcium and alkalinity for your aquarium. They do this by using carbon dioxide (CO2) to dissolve old coral skeleton or other calcium carbonate media which is then dosed or dripped into the tank. When used properly, Calcium Reactors provide a very precise method of maintaining calcium and alkalinity levels within a reef aquarium.
These reactors provide a simple solution for maintaining and stabilizing calcium and alkalinity for maximum growth of corals. Featuring a compact design and the use of quality material and read more ››
CaribSea ARM Calcium Reactor Media, Course is one of the most trusted media for calcium reactors in the industry. The media is a complete solution which includes both calcium and carbonate as well as read more ››
The already best-selling Kalkreacktor (Calcium Reactor) in Germany has become even better. The new and improved Korallin kalkreaktor allows a simple, elegant and high efficiency production of calcium read more ››
The already best-selling Kalkreaktor (Calcium Reactor) in Germany has become even better. It completely replaces Kalkwasser, 1 or 2-part Calcium/Buffer powder and liquid dosing. The new and improved read more ››
Two Little Fishies ReBorn is a coarse aragonite calcium reactor media made up of completely dissolvable fossil skeletons of reef building corals from the Western Pacific. ReBorn is designed to read more ››
LITTLE Reborn is composed of sustainably harvested fossil skeletal remains of reef building corals. When used in a calcium reactor where it can be dissolved by CO2 Little Reborn not only replenishes read more ››
ReMag is a magnesium-rich natural stone sized to blend well with ReBorn and other calcium carbonate media for use in calcium reactors. ReMag makes maintaining the magnesium level in your reef a read more ››
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