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Prodibio Dose’n Drop Allows for Slow Dosing of Glass Ampoules

6e6dProdibio Dosen Drop Prodibio Dose’n Drop Allows for Slow Dosing of Glass Ampoules The Prodibio bacteria, bacteria feeding, and supplemental additives work, and they work really well from personal experience. That said, the act of dosing these products has always presented issues for aquarium keepers, and not just because they’re in glass ampoules. One of the biggest complaints with this dosing system was that it was pretty much all or nothing. Once you crack that vial open, the entire contents are dosed all at once. For aquarists using the smaller vials, there really wasn’t much of an issue with this, but users of the Pro sized ampoules wanted a more stable, long term dosing solution. In response to this, Prodibio has released their new Dose’n Drop dosing system, which is a very simple and affordable system for dosing the additives drop by drop over an extended period of time. The Dose’n Drop only works for the Pro sized ampoules containing 10ml of product, and the smaller ampoules just won’t fit into the apparatus. Users are instructed to break the tip off of one end of the ampoule and insert the plastic fittings into the open end. MORE: Prodibio Dose’n Drop Allows for Slow Dosing of Glass AmpoulesMore:

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Interzoo 2012: The Prodibio booth

DSG 2876 Interzoo 2012: The Prodibio booth

Walking inside the Stand 4, we visited the small stand Prodibio that  seemed extremely interesting. I presume that you all know the Prodibio as one of the most important companies in the production of bacteria for aquarium, and that therefore many of you have used the mythical glass vials.

  During the show Prodibio presented a new protocol for the treatment of diseases in aquariumMore:

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