Swimbladder Treatment is suitable for coldwater and tropical aquariums. To be used for internal bacterial infections that cause irregular swimming behaviour. Symptoms can include the fish becoming lethargic, having clamped fins, being unstable in the water, hanging at the surface or lying on the bottom of the aquarium.
Fish use their swimbladder for buoyancy and stability. When it becomes infected with bacteria species such as Aeromonas or Pseudomonas, it can cause stress which as a result could lead to death. Swimbladder Treatment gets to work internally to eradicate these disease-causing bacteria.
Dose: 10ml → 50 litres of aquarium water.
Calculate the volume of your aquarium in litres (length x width x depth (in cm)/1000)
Shake the bottle thoroughly before use.
Remove any chemical filtration such as carbon or zeolite.
Mix required dose of treatment with 1 litre of aquarium water.
Add slowly to aquarium.
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Always test your water using Aquarium Lab test kits.
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Active Ingredients: Acriflavine 80 mg/100 ml, 9-aminoacridine HCl 800 mg/100 ml.
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Note: This calculator does not take into account water displacement such as that caused by substrate, ornaments, water features and plants etc. Therefore, please adjust the calculated volume accordingly.
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* Always follow the instructions on the label. This calculator is intended to be used only as a guide to how much product you need to buy to treat your system. It does not take account of displacement caused by gravel, rocks and ornaments etc and does not include the volume of any external filtration system. NT Laboratories Ltd. will not accept any responsibility for inaccuracies or misuse of this guide.