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    Mesh Media Bags are used to hold media like carbon, GFO or any other loose media. The mesh bags allow for flow through 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…

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    …but not so that it tumbles against itself in flow. It may be used in a canister filter, media chamber, box filter, or any high flow area of a trickle filter. Place in a media reactor or filter media bag. Use 60 mL (1/4 cup) for every 200 L (50 US gallons) saltwater or 400 L (100 US gallons)…

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    Media Cup Silencer.Specifications: Dimensions: 6" Height and 4" Diameter Color: Sea Foam White Made in the USAMaterial: 100% Virgin BPA free Polypropylene (typically used in Tupperware)Note: GFO, Carbon, and other chemical filter media should be placed inside a media bag to prevent media from…

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    …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 to…

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    …Elite filter media blend targets phosphates and silicates as well as other dissolved organics to assist in the control of nuisance algae. By combining GFO (granular Ferric Oxide) with Boyd's premium pelletized carbon and placing these inside of a fine-mesh nylon media bag, Chemi-Pure Elite…

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    …draw-string nylon media bag supplied with Red Seas Reef Spec Carbon is now available on its own and is a great option for holding all types of loose media, such as gfo, granular activated carbon, and scavenging resins. Features Ideal mesh size for all aquarium filter media Bag size 5x 10/ 12.5cm…

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    …algae issues. 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…

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    …are available upon request. Note: GFO, Carbon, and other chemical filter media should be placed inside a media bag to prevent media from exiting the filter cup. Our Filter Media Cups are designed to fit sumps that use standard 7" filter socks. The Filter Media Cups do not fit inside Trigger System…

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    Media Cup Silencer. Specifications: Dimensions: 6" Height and 4" Diameter Color: Calypso BlueMade in the USAMaterial: 100% Virgin BPA free Polypropylene (typically used in Tupperware)Note: GFO, Carbon, and other chemical filter media should be placed inside a media bag to prevent media from exiting…

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    …reactor or media bag. For freshwater use 100 mL of Phosphate Minus per 54 gallons (2000 mL). After implementing Phosphate Minus, you should test your phosphate levels for decreasing values. After a few weeks, your tanks phosphate levels will start to rise back up, and that is when the media should…

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    …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…

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    …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 to…

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    …algae issues. 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…

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    …Acrylic Filter Media Cup! If you do not like to wash your filter socks and looking for something that can take its place? The media cup can hold just about any type of filtration media, from filter floss,ceramicmedia, carbon, or GFO, and you can even stack the different media types to make tower…

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    …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 to…

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    …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 to…

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    …reef-safeFilter Media Cup Silencer. Specifications: Dimensions: 6" Height and 4" Diameter Color: Coral RedMade in the USAMaterial: 100% Virgin BPA free Polypropylene (typically used in Tupperware) Note: GFO, Carbon, and other chemical filter media should be placed inside a media bag to prevent media

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