Dosing pump 4-channel
A dosing pump automatically administers the correct amount of liquid. Aquarium plants need food every day, just like us humans. Adding plant food every day is a chore that is easy for many. To compensate, a double dose is given the next day, which causes annoying fluctuations in the aquarium.
With the help of this dosing device it is very easy to administer the right amount of liquid plant food. The buttons and display allow you to adjust the amount of milliliters for 4 separate liquids. This is ideal for dosing solutions with trace elements, potassium, phosphate, nitrate, Estimative Index mix or other liquids separately.
The amount of plant food can be fully adjusted to the needs of the aquarium:
Dosing pump with 4 dosable channels
each channel can deliver 1-9999 ml per day
each channel can dose up to 24 portions per day
With intervals up to 30 days
Easy to set up
Ideal for trace elements, EI method, potassium, nitrate etc. etc.
Dosing pump for conveniently administering liquid fertilizers to the aquarium. Affordable and easy to use!
Dosing device properties:
Dimensions: 23.5 x 13.6.5 cm
Power connection: 110-240V 50/60Hz to 12V
Power consumption: approx. 11 Watt
Hose connection: 4/6mm
Includes: 1 spare motor
Exclusive: Dosing hose/air hose 4/6mm
Note on setting the metering device:
Please allow for a deviation of 2-10%. This deviation seems high, but a Jebao dosing pump is an excellent device for us aquarists. Fortunately, the dosage of plant food is not very accurate in our aquariums. There are numerous factors (soil, hardscape, plants, filter, hoses, glass thickness, water height, etc.) that complicate the estimation of the water volume in the aquarium. The absorption of plant nutrition is also very variable (temperature, flow, yes/no soil or other nutrient medium, much/little lighting, many/few plants, fast/slow growing plants, yes/no CO2, what is already in the tap water). ?What comes out of the food?, etc. etc.). The dosage of plant food should also be adjusted after each pruning or as the plants grow. Also be aware that all dosages on bottles are recommended dosages. A little over or underdosing is therefore no problem at all.
Just as when dosing plant food from a bottle, the trick remains to see whether the plants can handle the amount that is added. The dosage may therefore need to be adjusted monthly. A job that is a lot less work than administering food with a bottle every day.