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    …the media while keeping the loose media contained. By strategically placing the media bags in your sump, you can control the amount of water that could flow through the media and contact time. Mesh Media Bags can also be used as effective filter socks 200 Micron Mesh Media Bag   Mesh Media Bags can…

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    $5.99

    …Mylar bags to preserve quality (see Full Details for more info) 2 year shelf life (unopened)   BulkReefSupply.com takes pride in the proper packing of our DI Resin. DI resin begins depleting when exposed to air. To avoid this, we package all of our DI resin in foil-lined 4mm Mylar bags AND vacuum…

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    $11.99

    Filter bags are great for holding loose filtration media like carbon and GFO. The drawstring top lets you fill the bag through the large 4" opening, then you can seal the bag up so that the media cannot exit. The Xtend-Life bags are 300 microns which allows water to freely pass through, while…

    $13.74

    …7.5" of height available from the top of the filter sock holder to the bottom of your tank, and the diameter of the filter sock hole must be larger than 3.36"  and smaller than 3.6".   We highly recommend containing any loose media in a mesh media bag.    Specifications: Total Capacity - 850mL…

    $15.00

    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

    …overall surface area of 96,000 sq ft per media bag. The increased amount of surface area will give bacteria a place to colonize helping with the overall biological filtration capacity of your tank. Random sizes and shapes of MarinePure in an easy to use media bag that has been specifically designed…

    $49.99

    …Your aquariums glass will also stay clear and free of the green hue significantly longer. GFO is most commonly used in a media reactor like the BRS reactor or media bag.   Phosphate inhibits proper coral growth by incorporating itself into the corals skeletal structure which makes it difficult…

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    $22.99

    Xtend-Life Filter Bags are great for holding filter media, or polishing your crystal clear! 2 Pack 300 Micron 6" diameter draw string opening Nylon Material   Filter bags are great for holding loose filtration media like carbon and GFO. The drawstring top lets you fill the bag through the large 6"…

    $13.74

    …total use. Canister filtration: Load NēoCarbonīt-Z into filter cartridge as directed by filter manufacturer. Passive filtration: Place NēoCarbonīt-Z loosely in an 800µm mesh filter bag and locate in an area of low- to medium-flow. Turning bag over once during usage increases effectiveness of this…

    $13.49

    …Absorbent Media 2) Add one teaspoon of water to the bottom of the filter canister housing (not the cartridge). Do not get the soda lime wet. 3) Connect the output of the reactor to the intake of your skimmer. 4) Keep an eye on your aquariums pH and the color of the media and replace the media after…

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    $6.49

    …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 included media bag, you…

    $15.00

    …pail and dispersed by hand), then allow media to remain in this "bath" for 24-hours at room temperature. Remove Xport-NO3 from pail and pour water into the aquarium system, then place Xport-NO3 into canister filter, media reactor, or 800µm mesh filter bag; a flow-through rate of 1 - 3x the total…

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    $13.99

    …depending on mounting height and amount of media used. Not for use with biopellet media.   The Dual BRS GFO and Carbon Reactor features several distinct advantages over other brands. Ultra-transparent media cartridge allows for clear viewing of reactor media Heavy duty plastic construction. 1/2"…

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    $65.99

    …Your aquarium's glass will also stay clear and free of the green hue significantly longer. GFO is most commonly used in a media reactor like the BRS reactor or media bag. Phosphate inhibits proper coral growth by incorporating itself into the corals skeletal structure which makes it difficult…

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    $46.99

    …and easy maintenance. Holds 1.5L of Media (approx. 50 Fl oz) Total Height: approx. 19" (485mm) Chamber Diameter: approx. 4" (100mm) Foot print: approx. 4.7" (120mm) 1/2" plumbing required   Vertex Rx-U 1.5L Universal Media Reactor eliminates the problem of media compaction by giving complete control…

    $119.99

    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

    Reef Octopus Media Filter MF-1000 has two cone strainers on each end to prevent large course media from being passed through and allows for the dispersed contact around the media for more efficient chemical filtration.   Adaptable input and output – PVC or flexible hose. Equipped with inlet…

    $164.99

    …Load Xport-PO4 into filter cartridge as directed by filter manufacturer. Passive filtration: Place Xport-PO4 loosely in an 800µm mesh filter bag and locate in an area of low- to medium-flow. Media reactors: If placing Xport-PO4 into a media reactor, ensure that the media remains "static" and…

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    $35.99

    …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

    …account for space needed for fluidization) Biopellet Capacity: 350 mL (depending on density and fluidization) Energy Consumption: 4W Voltage/Frequency: 115V/60Hz   What's in the Box Rio 180 Feed pump and plumbing accessories Reactor Body 4 Suction Cups Lid and cover assembly Coarse media screens

    $49.99

    Media Reactor features upward flow to minimize dead spots and reach all media. Rated for tanks up 396 gallons (1500 Liters) Method of feeding: Pump Feed Rate: 396-528 GPH (1500-2000 LPH) Great for carbon or GFO Can be installed internally or externally Holds 33.8-67.6 oz (1000-2000 mL) of media  …

    $159.99

    The Skimz Monzter FM100 Media Reactor features upward flow to minimize dead spots and reach all media. Rated for tanks up 159 gallons (600 Liters) Method of feeding: Pump Feed Rate: 159-264 GPH (600-1000 LPH) Great for carbon or GFO Can be installed internally or externally Holds 13.5-27 oz (400-800…

    $139.99

    …removal/addition of filter media. Holds 2.5L of Media (approx. 85 Fl oz) Total Height: approx. 22" (560mm) Chamber Diameter: approx. 4.7" (120mm) Foot print: approx. 5.5" (140mm) Internal or external use   Vertex Rx-U 2.5L Universal Media Reactor eliminates the problem of media compaction by giving…

    $179.99

    …use and easy maintenance. Holds 2.0L of Media (approx. 67 Fl oz) Inlet/Outlet 3/4" Total Height: approx. 24" (610mm) Chamber Diameter: approx. 4" (100mm) Foot print: approx. 4.7" (120mm)   Vertex Rx-U 2.0L Universal Media Reactor eliminates the problem of media compaction by giving complete control…

    $139.99

    …types of filter media, such as active carbon, phosphate remover (GFO), zeolite and bio pellets.  Filter media are an essential part of maintaining good water quality in an aquarium. They help remove excess pollutants and raise water quality. Often media are simply placed in filter bags, this leads…

    $99.00

    …types of filter media, such as active carbon, phosphate remover (GFO), zeolite and bio pellets.  Filter media are an essential part of maintaining good water quality in an aquarium. They help remove excess pollutants and raise water quality. Often media are simply placed in filter bags, this leads…

    $99.00

    …types of filter media, such as active carbon, phosphate remover (GFO), zeolite and bio pellets.  Filter media are an essential part of maintaining good water quality in an aquarium. They help remove excess pollutants and raise water quality. Often media are simply placed in filter bags, this leads…

    $125.00

    …types of filter media, such as active carbon, phosphate remover (GFO), zeolite and bio pellets.  Filter media are an essential part of maintaining good water quality in an aquarium. They help remove excess pollutants and raise water quality. Often media are simply placed in filter bags, this leads…

    $79.00

    Owners 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…

    $97.49

    Owners 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…

    $221.99

    Owners 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…

    $83.99

    Owners 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…

    $150.99