Two Little Fishies CDX cleans up carbon dioxide before it enters your system helping to keep your aquarium’s pH from dropping due to excess atmospheric CO2 getting into your system. TLF CDX is a carbon dioxide absorbing system media that you just add to your PhosBan reactor and connect to the air intake of your protein skimmer. The CDX media will absorb the CO2 from the air before it gets injected into your aquarium.
The team at TLF had some cheeky fun with the copy in the product flyer (not the first time either) and poking fun at keeping your pH up but despite the corny headline, the product is simple and works. Coming in 750ml and 3 liter containers, the company recommends 750ml for a 50-100 gallon reef aquarium that should last you around 6-8 weeks. Wondering when it’s time to change? The CDX changes from white to pink when exhausted.
Do you have trouble KEEPING it up?
pH really shouldn’t be such a delicate subject, but hey, you know we like to play with words. So listen, there’s no need to keep this a secret, even if it IS a big deal. Sometimes it’s the carbon dioxide that accumulates in the air in closed buildings that won’t let the pH of your aquarium stay up. We have the solution: It’s called CDX, a Carbon Dioxide adsorption system. Simply install CDX media in our PhosBan reactor and connect it to the air intake of your protein skimmer with our CDX Adaptors. The CO2 – free air injected into your protein skimmer drives off the excess CO2 dissolved in the water and so the aquarium’s pH rises. Happy days are here again! A 750 ml jar will last about 6-8 weeks on the average 50 – 100 gallon reef aquarium. You can tell when it is exhausted because it changes from white to pink.