Aquarium Pharmaceuticals Pimafix Fresh/Salt 16OZ

CODE: AP10010

$13.05

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Treats fungal infections and both internal and external bacterial infections. Will not adversely affect the biological filter, alter the pH, or discolor water. Safe for reef aquariums and live plants. For use in fresh or salt water. PimaFix has been formulated to work in combination with MelaFix to enhance effectiveness against fish diseases. 100% safe for use on all species of fresh and saltwater fish. Colorless formula won't discolor aquarium water or stain ornaments.

Aquarium Pharmaceuticals PimaFix treats fungal infections and both internal and external bacterial infections. Will not adversely affect the biological filter, alter the pH, or discolor water. Safe for reef aquariums and live plants. For use in fresh or salt water. PimaFix has been formulated to work in combination with Melafix to enhance effectiveness against fish diseases.

Dose: 1 teaspoonful for every 10 gallons of aquarium water. Add 5 ml per 10 U.S. gallons (38 L) of aquarium water. Dose daily for 7 days. After 7 days, make a 25% water change. Treatment can be continued if necessary.

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  • API has been helping people take good care of ornamental fish for over 40 years. Our research and development scientists have advanced the care of fish with all natural medications, stable bacteria for biological filtration, one-bottle test kits, consumer-friendly dosing caps and much more. We’ve received over 25 global patents for our breakthrough innovations in the aquatics industry. And we continue to look for ways to improve the fishkeeping experience for consumers. Research. Experience. Dedication to scientific, quality treatment for healthy fish. It’s what makes API the first choice of aquarium owners.

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API PrimaFix MSDS Sheet (pimafix_111909.pdf, 224 Kb) [Download]

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