- It is complete: Contains a multitude of organic nutrients as well as vitamins & other beneficial ingredients
- Provides the coral with Glycerin, Amino Acids and Carbohydrates
- Enhances the animals' ability to build cells
- Ideal for filter feeders
- May be used as a complete brine shrimp nauplii replacement
- Made In Italy
ELOS SvC Supplement for Filter Feeders
For the good health and husbandry of these animals, including many of the smaller-polypoid corals and soft corals, we must provide the appropriate planktonic foods.
ELOS SvC is a high-concentrated bio-engineered marine zooplankton supplement, ideal for filter-feeding marine invertebrates.
It contains a multitude of organic nutrients as well as vitamins and other beneficial ingredients such as some non traditional compounds that were demonstrated to work though like Omega-3, Omega-6 and other fatty acids, Selenium, anti-oxidants and so on.
ELOS SvC produces, in a matter of days, visible and rapid results beneficial to the animals we maintain in our aquariums.
Note: ELOS SVC is a powder, packed inside an aluminium bag. Similar products available on the market need refrigeration or even freezing. They normally contain various inorganic phosphate salts intentionally added to them as preservatives.To avoid the need of these preservatives we take great care to packing conditions, which are made into low contaminated controlled atmosphere.
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As the aquaria we maintain start to contain diverse animal life, the need for even more complete integration becomes more of a necessity, and the make-up of these additives has to be geared yet more particularly and specifically to these new type of aquariums in order to satisfy the requirements of all the animal life we now keep.
Through highly efficient protein skimming, we clear organic molecules and particulate matter from our systems. The impact of this method of filtration on the availability of nourishment needs to be taken into account from the modern aquarium user.
If our target is the emulation of many of the physical and chemical factors of the water flowing over the reef, if it is true that, in terms of dissolved nutrients, wild reefs are very poor in nutrients, this should not take us to ignore the presence of the very important non-dissolved nutrients. NSW over natural reefs is often rich in planktonic organisms, and other desirable small organism very important for the survival of filter feeders such as some coral species, tube worms, sea anemones, sponges, clams, tunicates, and, in general, all the biomass of our aquarium which, in a well kept and alive system contains a macrofauna, such as small worms and crustaceans that need energy to survive.