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    …inexpensive fluidized reactor and a pump.   Maintaining low nitrates is key to maintaining the best coral coloration, healthy fish and avoiding algae outbreaks. Fish foods and resulting waste eventually break down into nitrates. Aquarists’ primary method of dealing with nitrate removal is water…

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    $29.99

    …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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    …conventional media results in smaller space requirements to achieve equivalent denitrification. May be employed to rapidly decrease nitrate in even the most heavily-stocked systems. Eliminates the need to perform water changes that are carried out for the express purpose of decreasing nitrate in an…

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    …continued nitrate removal. In all cases, the use of a mechanical pre-filter to remove particulate organic material from water prior to its interaction with this media will prolong effectiveness. Fluidized-bed filtration: follow instructions of filter manufacturer for optimal volume of media to use…

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    …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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    Prevent algae breakouts by removing the nitrates and phosphates in your reef tank. NO3:PO4-X Nitrate & Phosphate Reducer from Red Sea is a complex of carbons each with a different strain of microorganisms in a reef ready solution. Three Sizes Available 500mL 1000mL 5000mL   Red Sea's NO3:PO4-x is a…

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    …maintaining ultra low nitrates and phosphate has shown to increase coral 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…

    $15.99

    reactors. The reactor will hold up to 350mL (~1.5 cups) of biopellets.    Features & Benefits of carbon dosing through biopellets: Nitrate laden Bacteria is removed via the protein skimmer Bacteria directly converts nitrite into nitrous oxide so nitrate is never produced Bacteria consumes nitrates

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    …consumes nitrates and processes them down into nitrogen gas Nitrate laden Bacteria is consumed by tank inhabitants like corals and sponges   Depending on the system it should take 4-8 weeks for the bacteria population to multiply and begin its work on your nitrates. Once you have the reactor going…

    $174.99

    …surface area and natural wetting properties. 5,750 square feet of surface area. Resistant to clogging and greatly reduces tank maintenance.   The media’s composition is similar to natural rock formations. MarinePure provides approximately 150,000 sq. Ft per cu. Ft (510 m2/L) of accessible surface…

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    …and burgundy macroalgae that can add a splash of color to any refugium. Under the right conditions, it can grow pretty rapidly, and will consume nitrates and phosphates as it grows, reducing the amount of nutrients available for unwanted algae. This bushy red macroalgae is not only valuable for…

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    …conventional media results in smaller space requirements to achieve equivalent denitrification. May be employed to rapidly decrease nitrate in even the most heavily-stocked systems. Eliminates the need to perform water changes that are carried out for the express purpose of decreasing nitrate in an…

    $42.49

    …These bioplastics release organic food which promotes the development of bacteria. This bacteria then removes the nitrates and phosphate as well as acting as a food source for filter-feeding invertebrates. NPX Bioplastics are granular media made from biodegradable polymers Use in a fluidized reactor

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    $12.77

    …form of mechanical filtration. Remove excess food, detritus, organic waste, dust and other particulates A convenient form of mechanical filtration Prevents larger objects like sand, crabs, and snails from damaging pump motors Reduces ammonia and nitrate producing organic waste Increases filter life

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    …is a selective complex of extremely effective microbes and enzymes that not only reduce the concentrations of organic nitrogen, ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, phosphate, and organic carbon in all marine ecosystems, but make maintenance easy by actually loosening accumulations and coatings.   Benefits  …

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    …nitrite, nitrate, and phosphate and with the surface are of the Xport-BIO brick you will be able to sustain the biological filtration long-term. The highest colonizable surface area to volume ratio of synthetic biological filtration media available. Higher efficiency relative to conventional media

    $49.98

    …the algae. PomPom Gracilaria is a fast growing algae under the right conditions, and can be a valuable source of nutrient export as it consumes nitrates and phosphates as it grows, reducing the amount of nutrients available for unwanted algae. This leafy red macroalgae is not only valuable for…

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    …consumes nitrates and processes them down into nitrogen gas Nitrate laden Bacteria is consumed by tank inhabitants like corals and sponges   Depending on the system it should take 4-8 weeks for the bacteria population to multiply and begin its work on your nitrates. Once you have the reactor going…

    $249.99

    …conventional media results in smaller space requirements to achieve equivalent denitrification. May be employed to rapidly decrease nitrate in even the most heavily-stocked systems. Eliminates the need to perform water changes that are carried out for the express purpose of decreasing nitrate in an…

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    …Monzter NM122 NItrate Reactor to effectively reduce nitrate in a closed aquarium system. This method converts nitrate to nitrogen gas using sulfur beads. Sulfur beads encourage the growth of anaerobic bacteria as it oxidizes the sulfur.   Features: No need to add a carbon food source to reactor

    $351.99

    …consumes nitrates and processes them down into nitrogen gas Nitrate laden Bacteria is consumed by tank inhabitants like corals and sponges   Depending on the system it should take 4-8 weeks for the bacteria population to multiply and begin its work on your nitrates. Once you have the reactor going…

    $274.99

    …Biopellet Reactor and corresponding quantity of BRS Biopellets to fill the reactor.   Solid carbon dosing (biopellets) has become a popular method of removing nitrates from the aquarium. The exact method of denitration can be different for each tank but it mainly consists of a few things:   Nitrate

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    …LPH) Accepts common 1/4" OD RO tubing Use with Skimz Sulpur-NO3 Media   Skimz Warranty Warranty for Original Purchaser against defective material and workmanship that occurs during normal use. 2 Year Warranty on reactor body 1 Year Warranty on pump   Skimz Monzter NM152 Nitrate Reactor Manual

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    …planted and reef systems.   Instructions and Guidelines Katalyst should be housed in a media reactor, canister filter, or fluidized-bed reactor with a means of controlling water flow through the media bed, and with a pre-filter in place to restrict particulate material from entering the reaction…

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    …regular water changes will prolong the effectiveness of Purit.   Media Reactor Use: Load Purit into filter cartridge, or into in-line media housing, as directed by filter manufacturer. Some canisters may require that the media be housed inside a mesh bag, within the housing. Use a 150-micron…

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    …of MarinePure in an easy to use media bag that has been specifically designed to help with the overall reduction of ammonia and nitrite in the aquarium. Great for tanks from 40 gallons to 1500 gallons Contains 1 Gallon of MarinePure Media (approx.)   The media’s composition is similar to natural…

    $49.99

    …it should take 4-8 weeks for the bacteria population to multiply and begin its work on your nitrates. Once you have the reactor going we suggest not making any adjustments for 8 weeks. Give the media and bacteria time to adjust to the parameters found in your tank and begin working. The absolute…

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    …prolonged periods of time. The greater the reaction time between NēoCarbonīt-Z and aquarium water (e.g. the slower the flow of water through the media), the more efficiently NēoCarbonīt-Z will perform. Begin with 1 g per 20 US-gallons in the system per week and adjust this ratio as conditions…

    $13.49

    nitrate to phosphate is 10:1 or lower, as this will work well with the carbon concentration Elimi-NP provides. For systems where the ratio of nitrate to phosphate is higher, we suggest the use of NP-Bacto-Balance instead, as this has additional additives to achieve a better balance between nitrate,

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    …NPX from Two Little Fishies. When used in conjunction with NPX Bioplastics or other biopellets and a protein skimmer, Bactiv8 NPX will help remove nitrate and phosphate from your reef tank. Cultured naturally occurring marine heterotrophic microbes Helps promote the decomposition of organic wast in…

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    …conventional media results in smaller space requirements to achieve equivalent denitrification. May be employed to rapidly decrease nitrate in even the most heavily-stocked systems. Eliminates the need to perform water changes that are carried out for the express purpose of decreasing nitrate in an…

    $42.49

    …These toxins naturally convert to less harmful nitrate by the activity of nitrifying bacteria. In what is commonly known as the nitrogen cycle, ammonia is converted to nitrite by certain nitrifiers (e.g. Nitrosomonas); nitrite is converted to nitrate by others (e.g. Nitrobacter). Thus, as these…

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