At our headquarters in Mutxamiel (Alicante), we have the first laboratory plant, which has the most modern biotechnology, is dedicated to the cultivation of pure microalgae.
The biomass obtained is of high density in basic nutrients for life.
Through a complex technological process, we obtain the cultivation of our microalgae that we use to obtain our range of products.
Reef-forming corals are notorious for their ability to feed on organic compounds produced by endogenous microalgae symbionts. In addition to providing energy to corals, microalgae facilitate the formation of microalgae symbionts, are essential for the skeleton to be formed quickly enough.
Since reproduction, each new individual must acquire the microalgae necessary for their development. During their lifetime, corals will need the presence of microalgae in the middle, in order to be able to incorporate them into their population of symbionts.
Phytoplankton plays a key role in recycling our aquarium's nutrients. It absorbs primary nutrients such as ammonia, urea, nitrates, phosphates and potassium, as well as metals such as iron, copper manganese, zinc, molybdenum and vanadium. In this way, phytoplankton contributes to maintaining water quality by eliminating excessive nutrients and pH regulation (using carbon dioxide and incorporating oxygen into the ecosystem). All this means that each microalga (phytoplankton) is a biofilter.
- It does not deteriorate the water quality of the aquarium.
- It removes nutrients that in excess are harmful to other organisms (ammonia, NO2, NO3 and heavy metals.
- Decreases CO2 and increases O2 levels.
- Regulates the pH.
- It contributes to the reproduction and maintenance of zooplankton populations.
- It increases the possibility of reproduction of many fish and invertebrates.
- Ecologically speaking, your aquarium and organisms will be much better (since they all benefit directly or indirectly) by having the most important link, phytoplankton.
- Each microalga plays the role of a living filter.