Mixture for eliminating cyanobacteria (cyanobacteria)
Mixture for preventing and controling blue-green algae blooms in water reservoirs.
CyanOxide is a revolutionary mixture for the prevention and control of cyanobacteria blooms in all kinds of bodies of water. It selectively fights cyanobacteria and breaks down cyanobacterial toxins in water within a few days of application. CyanOxide takes advantage of cyanobacteria’s hypersensitivity of to atomic oxygen, while being completely safe for users of the water, and aquatic organisms. By increasing oxygenation and intensifying the natural processes of water self-purification CyanOxide improves the recreational, utility, and economic values of water reservoirs.
- 100% safe and effective;
- Acts selectively on cyanobacteria without destroying aquatic plants and zooplankton;
- Reduces levels of ammoniacal nitrogen and organic phosphorus compounds;
- Reduces chlorophyll levels and increases water clarity;
- Fast acting, with visible effects after 2-3 days;
- Contains a water buffering component to prevent a significant increase in pH levels;
- Oxygenates the water and bottom sediments, which eliminates hypoxia in the fish;
- Easy to use – dosing can be adapted to every type of water reservoir.
In order to effectively and quickly counteract cyanobacterial blooms and the production of cyanotoxins, CyanOxide should be added at the proportion of 25 grams per 1 m3 of total water volume. The mixture should be evenly spread over the surface of the water, and after 2 days the treatment should be repeated with half the dose used during the first treatment. Do not exceed the recommended doses.
CyanOxide – Cyanobacterial emergency – YouTube
CyanOxide – information leaflet
How and when to use this product – calendar with application dates
GOOD TO KNOW
Environments dominated by cyanobacteria pose a great sanitary and toxicological threat to water users and all aquatic organisms.
Cyanobacteria blooms are very dangerous to human life and health. Cyanobacteria produce toxins that irritate the skin and liver, as well as very dangerous neurotoxins that affect respiratory muscles.
CyanOxide is based on a dose of a water buffering agent and atomic oxygen donors to reservoirs. CyanOxide dissolves in water to release free atomic oxygen, which kills cyanobacteria and improves water parameters.
CyanOxide contains doses of atomic oxygen at levels selected to become harmful to cyanobacteria, but which do not affect other aquatic organisms.
Currently, it is the cheapest and most effective method of fighting cyanobacteria in lakes, retention reservoirs, breeding ponds, and recreational ponds.