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    …this reactor but there are two popular options we recommend. Sicce Syncra Silent 1.5 – This pump is more than strong enough to tumble the biopellets continually and will likely have to be dialed back using the included valve. This will allow room for you to turn up the flow inside the reactor if it…

    $74.99

    …350mL of biopellets (~1.5 cups). Dimensions: 14.5"H x 5.5"W x 5"   Feed pump notes - You may use a variety of different feed pumps for this reactor but there are two popular options we recommend. Sicce Syncra Silent 1.5 – This pump is highly recommended. It is strong enough to tumble the biopellets

    $49.99

    …lids like other reactors. BRS recommends a Sicce Syncra 1.5 pump to operate this reactor. Sold separately or packaged with the pump. Choose a different pump depending on mounting height and amount of media used. Not for use with biopellet media.   The Dual BRS GFO and Carbon Reactor features several…

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    $64.99

    The BioChurn 120INT Biopellet Reactor by Reef Octopus has a unique cascading design to allow for greater surface area to help bacteria colonize plus a patent pending churn plate to gently fluidize media. Rated for aquariums up to 200 gallons Cyclone churning motion for media suspension Equipped with…

    $229.99

    The BioChurn 90INT Biopellet Reactor by Reef Octopus has a unique cascading design to allow for greater surface area to help bacteria colonize plus a patent pending churn plate to gently fluidize media. Rated for aquariums up to 100 gallons Cyclone churning motion for media suspension Equipped with…

    $199.99

    Reef Octopus BR70 Manufacturer's Manual   2.75 Diameter x 19.3 Tall Footprint: 3.875 x 3.875 300ml Biopellet Capacity Max recommended feed flow: 270-390 GPH 500ml BRS Biopellets   BRS biopellets are made from 100% natural Polyhydroxyalkanoates. PHA is a natural substance produced by bacteria to…

    $174.99

    The BioChurn 120INT Biopellet Reactor by Reef Octopus has a unique cascading design to allow for greater surface area to help bacteria colonize plus a patent pending churn plate to gently fluidize media. Rated for aquariums up to 200 gallons Cyclone churning motion for media suspension Equipped with…

    $359.99

    …their Space Saving biopellet reactor. The hard part of matching the proper pump to the reactor has already been done as they do include the correct size pump with the reactors. Created especially for the aquarist with limited space. Reef Octopus All-in-One Space Saving reactors are simple to setup…

    $389.99

    …it to be the best product available. Use of biopellets will also remove phosphates - combined with wise food selections it can be the only type of phosphate control required.   All you need to implement BRS Biopellets is an inexpensive fluidized reactor and a pump.   Maintaining low nitrates is key…

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    $26.99

    Just add a pump and tubing for an effective fluidized media reactor! Fluidized media reactors are a requirement for using almost any type of loose aquarium media like carbon, GFO or biopellets. The Somatic UF-1 reactor only takes a few minutes to set up and is a great addition to any reef filtration…

    $49.99

    The Reef Octopus Biopellet Reactor is designed specifically for the use of solid carbon dosing biopellets. Cone bottom design helps to keep the biopellet media in suspension and evenly dispersed. Reactor lids close with fastening screws and a mesh screen contains biopellets while still allowing…

    $149.99

    biopellet reactor can be fine tuned to the amount of effluent that works best for your system, and with a controllable DC pump you can fine tune the flow and tumble within the reactor. With the Skimz RR113 Biopellet reactor you do not need any feed pump like most other recirculating reactor, the DC…

    $274.99

    The BioChurn 90EXT Biopellet Reactor by Reef Octopus has a unique cascading design to allow for greater surface area to help bacteria colonize plus a patent pending churn plate to gently fluidize media. Rated for aquariums up to 100 gallons Cyclone churning motion for media suspension Equipped with…

    $279.99

    …Manual   Not all media reactors are built the same and Lifegards Turbo Media Reactors are perfect for biopellets, but can also be used for carbon and GFO too. The Turbo name comes from the unique spinning action that is made with the flow. The flow keeps biopellets from clumping while providing…

    $97.49

    …Skimz Monzter BR157DC biopellet reactor sets up in minutes and easy to use internal or hang-on biopellet reactor. Biopellets can help remove nitrates by the use of a bacteria that will colonize on the biopellets. The bottom feed with the conical design makes the reactor super efficient, requiring…

    $362.99

    The Reef Octopus Biopellet Reactor is designed specifically for the use of solid carbon dosing biopellets. Cone bottom design helps to keep the biopellet media in suspension and evenly dispersed. Reactor lids close with fastening screws and a mesh screen contains biopellets while still allowing…

    $199.99

    …Reef Octopus Biopellet combo pack comes with Reef Octopus Biopellet Reactor and corresponding quantity of BRS Biopellets. Kit Contains: 1x BR-110 and 1000mL of BRS Biopellets Max recommended feed flow: 520-790 GPH   3.9 Diameter x 21 Tall Footprint: 5.25 x 5.25 (6.7 is with the lid) {700ml Biopellet

    $249.99

    …Manual   Not all media reactors are built the same and Lifegards Turbo Media Reactors are perfect for biopellets, but can also be used for carbon and GFO too. The Turbo name comes from the unique spinning action that is made with the flow. The flow keeps biopellets from clumping while providing…

    $221.99

    Instructions and Guidelines Shake product well before using. Mix appropriate volume of MicrōBacter7 (see below) with 250-ml (~8 fl. oz.) of aquarium water in a clean container prior to addition to aquarium. If using a pipette to dispense MicrōBacter7 below water level of container or aquarium, be…

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    …Manufacturer's Manual   5.5 Diameter x 21 Tall Footprint: 7 x 7 (8.3 is the with the lid) 1500ml+ Biopellet Capacity Max recommended feed flow: 790-920 GPH 1/2 Gallon (1882) of Biopellets   BRS biopellets are made from 100% natural Polyhydroxyalkanoates. PHA is a natural substance produced by…

    $339.99

    The Reef Octopus Biopellet Reactor is designed specifically for the use of solid carbon dosing biopellets. Cone bottom design helps to keep the biopellet media in suspension and evenly dispersed. Reactor lids close with fastening screws and a mesh screen contains biopellets while still allowing…

    $249.99

    …on reactors This is a very handy application for the FMM. Place a flow sensor on a device like a carbon/gfo/biopellet reactor and it serves many purposes. First off, you will know if your pump is not not flowing correctly or failed altogether. Next, you can easily fine-tune the flow into the reactor

    $99.95

    …their Space Saving biopellet reactor. The hard part of matching the proper pump to the reactor has already been done as they do include the correct size pump with the reactors. Created especially for the aquarist with limited space. Reef Octopus All-in-One Space Saving reactors are simple to setup…

    $459.99

    …their Space Saving biopellet reactor. The hard part of matching the proper pump to the reactor has already been done as they do include the correct size pump with the reactors.  Created especially for the aquarist with limited space. Reef Octopus All-in-One Space Saving reactors are simple to setup…

    $599.99

    …Manual   Not all media reactors are built the same and Lifegards Turbo Media Reactors are perfect for biopellets, but can also be used for carbon and GFO too. The Turbo name comes from the unique spinning action that is made with the flow. The flow keeps biopellets from clumping while providing…

    $150.99

    Bioplastics or biopellets are used to remove nitrates from your reef tank. Nitrates are the result of the breakdown of fish food and the resulting waste. These bioplastics release organic food which promotes the development of bacteria. This bacteria then removes the nitrates and phosphate as well…

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    $12.77

    …450 mL (Please account for space needed for fluidization) Biopellet Capacity: 225 mL (depending on density and fluidization) Energy Consumption: 3W Voltage/Frequency: 115V/60Hz   What's in the Box Rio 90 Feed pump and plumbing accessories Reactor Body Lid and cover assembly Coarse media screens

    $44.99

    This cartridge is used for holding biopellets in the BRS reactor. It uses a plastic strainer rather than foam to help avoid clogging. This cartridge can also be used in the standard BRS GFO & Carbon Reactor.

    $9.99

    …Skimz Monzter BR87DC biopellet reactor sets up in minutes and easy to use internal or hang-on biopellet reactor. Biopellets can help remove nitrates by the use of a bacteria that will colonize on the biopellets. The bottom feed with the conical design makes the reactor super efficient, requiring…

    $199.99

    …coloration, growth rates and vitality.  All you need to get started with the Zeovit system is a reactor and the “Basic four.” ZEOlites - The KZ ZEOvit ZEOlight mix is the primary media used in the reactor. The mix consists of three different zeolites chosen for their ability to reduce toxins in a…

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    $18.99

    …up to 200 gallons Skimz Monzter BR107 biopellet reactor sets up in minutes and easy to use internal biopellet reactor. Biopellets can help remove nitrates by the use of a bacteria that will colonize on the biopellets. BRS suggests 1 cup or 236 mL of biopellets per 50 gallons of total system water…

    $252.99

    …very hard or nearly impossible for your fish and corals to breathe. If you employ any bacterial nutrient control system like biopellets, carbon dosing, or nitrate reactors it is a wise investment to purchase the PM3 and dissolved oxygen probe. Dissolved oxygen is one of the most critical components…

    $94.95