What does Chemi Pure Blue remove?

Chemi-pure Blue’s proprietary formula significantly reduces organic compounds, odors, phenols, toxins, medications, dissolved metals, phosphates and silicates.

Does Chemi Pure Blue remove ammonia?

Chemi-Pure – “Works equally well in marine or freshwater aquariums to remove heavy metals, copper, phenol, ammonia, and other nitrogenous waste. Helps keep pH at a consistently safe range and your water sparkling clear.”

How long does Chemi-Pure Elite last?

2-4 months
Chemi-pure Elite should be replaced approximately every 2-4 months depending on bio-load. If more than one Chemi-pure Elite filter bag is used, change one at a time every week until all bags have been replaced.

Can you use too much Chemi pure?

Hello Alisha D, Yes you can but you would want to order the nano size Chemi-Pure….even the half size is too much for a 10gal tank.

How often should you change Chemi pure?

every 2 to 4 months
When is the best time to change out my Chemi-pure/Chemi-pure Elite, Blue, or Green unit? Replacement is recommended every 2 to 4 months depending on bio-load.

Is Chemi-Pure Blue for freshwater?

Can Chemi-Pure Blue, be used for a fresh water aquarium? Answer: Yes it can. I use it for my african cichlid aquarium.

Should I rinse Chemi-pure?

Remove bag from container and rinse gently under clean running water until clear, then place nylon bag in any outside power filter, canister filter, or external sump. For best results water should flow through the filter bag and media. Chemi-pure Blue should be changed every month depending on bio-load.

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Does Chemi-pure blue remove nitrates?

Yes! Chemi-Pure Elite can get rid of cloudy aquarium water by filtering out organic particulates, nitrates, phosphates and silicates. It does this quickly, usually within hours.

How do you clean Chemi-pure?

FAQs – Chemi-pure

  1. Simply hold the unit under running water and gently manipulate the bag until the water starts to rinse clear.
  2. The directions will give you a recommended treatment size based on your aquariums total water volume.