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Fragsation 100ml

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Fragsation is a reef safe polymer which melts at 61oC and consists of small off-white plastic granules. By heating these granules in hot water, the pellets form a transparent flexible material.

Once melted the white pellets become transparent and soften, allowing the user to fixate their LPS/SPS coral frags for example on a frag plug, frag stone or live rock.

Fragsation is completely re-usable, allowing it to become flexible again once heated above 61oC.

Instructions

- Heat the pellets in water to over 61oC (kettle, water boiler, microwave).

- Leave the pellets to melt in the water until they turn transparent.

- Remove the pellets from the water and mould by hand. CAUTION! Blob can be hot!

- Apply a small piece of flexible (moulded) Fragsation to fixate the frag.

- Put the fixated frag for 1-3 minutes in aquarium water (25oC) to speed up the process.

- Place the frag back in to the aquarium or frag system.

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