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    …Ultra-transparent media cartridge allows for clearest viewing of reactor media   The Deluxe BRS GFO & Carbon Reactor is designed to be easy to use, setup and maintain the BRS fluidized reactor is perfect for utilizing GFO and Carbon in the aquarium. several distinct advantages over other brands.…

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    $70.99

    …and leaky lids like other reactors. BRS recommends a Sicce Syncra Silent 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.   The BRS GFO & Carbon Reactor features several distinct advantages…

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    $40.99

    …and Carbon in the aquarium. No annoying thumb screws and leaky 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.   The BRS GFO & Carbon

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    $46.99

    …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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    $65.99

    The PhosBan Reactor 150 is designed to push water upwards from the bottom and through the media. This forces an even distribution of water throughout the media and prevents channeling from occurring. The PhosBan 150 can be mounted under the aquarium or hung on the back of the aquarium. It comes with…

    $52.73

    Carbon in the aquarium. No annoying thumb screws and leaky lids like other reactors. Pump Recommendation: Sicce Syncra Silent 1.5 (A larger pump compensates for the carbon clogging over time.) Choose a different pump depending on mounting height and amount of media used. The JUMBO BRS GFO & Carbon

    $139.99

    …Low Dust Low Most Ultra Low Best Application Filter socks, Reactors and Equipment requiring large low dust media Reactors Filter socks and reactors capable of using small particle media All of our carbons work well in the BRS reactor which is our suggested method of utilizing carbon in the aquarium.

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    $20.99

    Murlok push connect tubing is very easy to work with, however sometimes when a tighter bend the rigid tubing may possibly kink, or if the tubing is resting against the side of the sump or tank, a bit of noise may occur. The BRS Silicone Tubing upgrade kit will eliminate any noise coming from the…

    $29.99

    Keep Your AIO Tank Water Clean Fill the Auqa Gadget MiniMax Pro Media Reactors with carbon, GFO or any other media that needs to be run through a fluidized reactor. The MiniMax Pro can be put in numerous all-in-one aquarium's filter chambers and is super easy to maintain. No longer do you need…

    $59.99

    …The reactor body can be inserted into the Nyos Torq Dock and then twisted to adjust the flow rate through the reactor. The Torq Reactor system does not need any screws, pumps, or tubing, just the body and the dock is all that is required for a potent and easy to use media reactor. Great for Carbon

    $79.00

    10” hard shell, clear, refillable media cartridge for BRS reactors. Fits all versions of BRS reactor including older models.

    $10.49

    …equipment like refugiums, sulfur reactors, and deep sandbeds. All of these methods work to various degrees but are often less efficient than we would like or the level of complexity, expense and maintenance is beyond what the average reefer would desire   Solid carbon dosing (biopellets) has…

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    $29.99

    …ROX 0.8 Carbon Remove non-organic and organic impurities that can cause odors and add color to your water. Carbon is by far one of the most common filter media utilized for saltwater aquariums and with many different grades available and very little cost difference, going with a premium carbon is a…

    $84.99

    Run Carbon GFO or any other media in the Red Sea Filter Media Cup. Pack the Red Sea Filter Media Cup with filter floss, ceramic media, carbon, gfo, or any other media you want. The slots at the bottom half of the cup force water to flow down through your media before it can freely exit. With the…

    $15.00

    …Air Filter with low resistance refillable cartridge. 100% Plastic Design. This unit is most commonly used with ozone generators to hold desiccant DI Dryer Media however you can fill it with carbon or other medias to filter air as well. 3/16” barbed fittings 10’ of tube One 10” refillable cartridge

    $29.99

    …causes excessive agitation of the bio-pellets and other media. Each reactor comes with diffusion plates and foam pads for use with carbon and GFO. Lifegard Turbo Reactors can be set up quicker than almost any other reactor on the market. Just put in the proper amount of media for your aquarium…

    $97.49

    Reef Octopus Sponge-Free Media Reactors MF 2000 Media Reactor Item #: OCT-MF2000 Diameter: 4 Height: 21.75 Footprint: 5.5 x 5.5 Holds up to 16 cups of media

    $189.99

    ESV Granular Activated Carbon is derived from bituminous coal. With a variety of pore sizes, particle sizes as well as high surface area. Low ash and hardness make for less dust.

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    $13.99

    …for more efficient chemical filtration.   Adaptable input and output – PVC or flexible hose. Equipped with inlet precision control flow valve.   Reef Octopus Sponge-Free Media Reactors MF 1000 Media Reactor Item #: OCT-MF1000 Diameter: 3.5 Height: 21 Footprint: 4.7 x 4.7 Holds up to 8 cups of media

    $164.99

    These replacement pads will replace the removable foam pads found in one BRS Carbon and GFO cartridge. Kit includes two foam disks. Designed for new hard shell clear cartridge.

    $4.49

    …1000mL/4.25 Cups Dimension: 6.1" x 6.1" x 19.3" (LxWxH) Method of feeding: Self-suction water intake Reactor body diameter: 4.3" Reactor pump: Skimz Quiet Pro QP2.0 Power consumption: 22W   Solid carbon dosing (biopellets) has recently become an extremely popular method of removing nitrates from the…

    $274.99

    Keep Your Tank Water Clean Fill the Auqa Gadget Sump MiniMax Pro Media Reactor with carbon, GFO or any other media that needs to be run through a fluidized reactor. The MiniMax Pro can fit into almost any sump and no longer do you need clunky plumbing or ball valves to control the flow with…

    $89.99

    Recommended for aquariums 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…

    $252.99

    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

    …deliver great results for feeding low-flow reactors and output can be easily tuned with the calcium reactor's effluent valve.   Caribsea ARM CaRx media - Coarse ARM Coarse Reactor Media is made from aragonite and is an excellent source of calcium carbonate for reef. The coarse media works well to…

    $796.00

    …socks ever few days to keep the detritus from breaking down and turning into nitrates.  Between filter socks and running a good quality carbon in a reactor, crystal clear water is easily obtainable.   All SR series tanks use the 4" x 12" Felt Filter Socks.    Specs: High quality double stitched…

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    $5.99

    …3. The top perforated platform comes with a foam block filter and the bottom one is open to use for several different filtration methods (bag of carbon, bio balls, rubble rock, etc.). Section 4 is the return water section back into the tank. This is where the return pump will sit.   Interchangeable…

    $334.99

    …molded hangers simply sit on the rim of the aquarium for easy installation and removal. Between filter socks and running a good quality carbon in a reactor crystal clear water is easily obtainable.   Note: Please rinse all filter socks in RO or RO/DI water before use Filter socks are molded directly…

    $8.99

    …causes excessive agitation of the bio-pellets and other media. Each reactor comes with diffusion plates and foam pads for use with carbon and GFO. Lifegard Turbo Reactors can be set up quicker than almost any other reactor on the market. Just put in the proper amount of media for your aquarium…

    $150.99

    …be produced during the process.   Carbon dioxide may also be produced during the chemical reaction that takes place, which would make the aquarium water a bit more acidic as well, making it imperative to run any effluent water through crushed coral, or calcium reactor media as that will raise the pH…

    $16.79

    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

    …side of the reactor. It is usually easiest to remove your skimmer's silencer and directly attach the CO2 Scrubber tubing your pumps venturi. Unscrew the body from the head of the reactor and remove the refillable cartridge. Add 1 to 2 Tbsp of RODI water to the bottom of the reactor body making sure…

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    $239.99