Unipac Limpopo Black Aquarium Sand 10kg

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A radiant and dashing mix of sand grains approx 1mm in size. This sand is to be placed in the base of the aquarium as a bed to house plants and provides a base for rocks, stones and other aquatic ornaments.

This versatile gravel can be used in aquariums, terrariums or even planters.

This 10kg bag is suitable for aquariums of approximately 70L.

Colours: Grey and Black Mix

A sleek looking aquarium awaits you...

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by Emma F.
Large, even-sized granules of different shades give a nice effect. Not so fine that it easily wafts around the tank.

by Arthur D.
I mixed this with Kivu to get a varied colour . Exactly right for corys.

by Alexander L.
Excellent sub i use for my freshwater rays and arowana. Very fine surface. Using for for a planted tank i would suggest a depth of 4cm due to the fine texture. Doesnt cloud water. Overall a pleasure to use.

by James P.
Nice looking sand,dark grey colour. Enough to give good coverage in 110 litre tank

by Corinna Watterott
Great quality product, super clean and as described. Very happy - although biased as I am South African so I now have "home" gravel in my tanks :-) Excellent quality and reasonable delivery charges - can recommend

by Dan White
I thoroughly recommend aqua essentials. As a first time buyer I thought their service was fantastic and delivery was extremely quick. I was very happy with the limpopo sand, it was very quick to wash unlike some and is a beautiful colour in the tank. Couldn't ask for more!

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I am setting up a new aquarium and am wondering what sand is the most suitable for bottom dwellers (bristlenose pleco and zebra loaches). I would like to buy a black sand but I have seen Tahaitian Moon sand described as unsuitable for bottom dwellers but not sure why? Is it better to go for a slightly coarser sand for bottom dwellers i.e. like the Limpopo 1mm grains?


Tahitan moon sand tends to be a little sharp for corys and this is why it's not advisable.

Limpopo is a little smoother in comparison and as a result might be better for you.

I hope this helps.

i was wondering if uni pac Limpopo sand is PH neutral or does it affect the PH reading if used in a soft water aquarium?

Like most gravels and sands it might effect the pH a little but certainly nothing to be concerned about.

Are you able to tell me if this is a natural product? I know there are some on the market that are covered in coloured resin.

Yes it's a natural product :)

afternoon.whats the square meterage coverage on a 12.5kg bag rregard


good question. That info isn't available but one bag is sufficient for a 60L tank.

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