H1: AmieGO® – Eco-friendly Ammonia Nitrogen Removal
What Is Ammonia?
Ammonia is a gaseous compound composed of nitrogen (N) and hydrogen (H), occurring naturally in air, water, and soil. When aquatic animals such as shrimps and fish feed on nitrogen-rich food, they will excrete ammonia waste which is naturally converted to other less toxic compounds through a process called the nitrogen cycle. This biochemical process is pivotal for not only regulating the concentration of poisonous ammonia nitrogen but also controlling the availability of nitrogenous nutrients in marine ecosystems. Many places have also been recorded to have an undesirably high concentration of ammonia nitrogen in groundwater that is harmful to marine life.
How Does Ammonia Nigrogen Affect Aquatic Life?
Ammonia is highly toxic when built up in fish bodies, and this can happen when the ammonia levels in water become so high that marine organisms cannot remove ammonia waste quickly enough and eventually become prone to death.
The initial buildup of ammonia may result in fish gasping for air at the water’s surface and experiencing stress. Over time, poisoning may intensify and cause grill damage, excessive mucus secretion, internal organ bleeding, etc. It is of utmost importance to regulate the ammonia nitrogen levels in the water tank to protect aquatic life.
How To Check Ammonia Nitrogen in Water?
Analyse the ammonia nitrogen concentrations in your water tank using chemical titration and chromatography. Beyond that, many research institutions have also provided ammonia test kits for checking the levels of ammonia nitrogen in water to help prevent fish loss.
AmieGO® – Eco-friendly Ammonia Nitrogen Removal
AmieGO® is developed and produced by local biochemists to facilitate the effective, eco-friendly removal of ammonia nitrogen. It harnesses the power of herbs and degradation microbes to eliminate pollutants in freshwater and saltwater to safeguard and improve the health of marine organisms. By lowering the ammonia nitrogen levels, this product helps maintain good water quality and prevents ammonia poisoning, providing protection from aquatic animal diseases.