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    …for use 1) Fill your reactors refillable cartridge with BRS CO2 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. …

    $6.49 Regular Price: $

    …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 that it does not touch the CO2 media when the cartridge is replaced. Completely fill the refillable cartridge insert with your preferred CO2…

    $239.99 Regular Price: $

    …250 mL for every 600 L (150 US gallons) to remove up to 7,500 mg (12 ppm) of copper. * Place media in a filter media bag or in a media reactor cartridge. * Use in a canister filter, chemical filtration module, box filter, or any high flow area of a trickle filter. For best results, CupriSorb…

    $12.79 Regular Price: $

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

    $10.49 Regular Price: $

    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…

    $79.99 Regular Price: $

    …transparency. 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.…

    $70.99 Regular Price: $

    …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 were to slow down due to tank debris collecting in the cartridge strainer. This pump option requires the least amount of maintenance and effort.

    $49.99 Regular Price: $

    …an aquarium system) and performing 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…

    $16.95 Regular Price: $

    …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 that it does not touch the CO2 media when the cartridge is replaced. Completely fill the refillable cartridge insert with your preferred CO2…

    $129.99 Regular Price: $

    …this? All of the BRS reactors come with easy to use push connect tubing, flow control, and a refillable cartridge.  We took easy to find components to keep things cheap while designing an efficient easy to refill reactor for aquarium use.  We keep hearing our reactors are the easiest…

    $40.99 Regular Price: $

    …Unscrew the body from the head of the reactor and remove the refillable cartridge. Add 1 Tbsp of RODI water to the bottom of the reactor body making sure that it does not touch the CO2 media when the cartridge is replaced. Completely fill the refillable cartridge insert with your preferred CO2…

    $35.99 Regular Price: $

    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…

    $59.99 Regular Price: $

    …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" Push Connect fittings…

    $65.99 Regular Price: $

    …filtration: 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…

    $35.99 Regular Price: $

    These replacement pads will replace the removable foam pads found in one BRS Carbon and GFO cartridge. Kit includes two foam disks as well as an additional disk attached to the threaded cap that goes on the bottom of your cartridge.

    $6.99 Regular Price: $

    cartridge * Great for GFO or carbon * Works with many different types of media * No valves, tubing, or plumbing * Efficient and effective up-flow design * Can be placed directly in sumps   No More O-Rings Innovative Marine Pro series of media reactors no…

    $89.99 Regular Price: $

    10 clear, refillable cartridge modified for use with BRS Jumbo Reactors. Includes one clear cartridge and two foam disks (installed).

    $15.99 Regular Price: $

    10” clear, refillable cartridge modified for use with Old Style BRS Reactors. Includes one clear cartridge and three foam disks (installed). This is an alternative to the newer, BRS Reactor Refillable Cartridge – Hard Shell. SKU: 204187. The newer hard shell style is more popular but…

    $9.99 Regular Price: $

    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 Regular Price: $

    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 Regular Price: $

    …this? All of the BRS reactors come with easy to use push connect tubing, flow control, and a refillable cartridge.  We took easy to find components to keep things cheap, while designing an efficient easy to refill reactor for aquarium use.  We keep hearing our reactors are the easiest…

    $46.99 Regular Price: $

    …you to turn up the flow inside the reactor if it were to slow down due to tank debris collecting in the cartridge strainer. This pump option requires the least amount of maintenance and effort. NOTES * It is important to install the reactor close to the water level of your tank/sump…

    $74.99 Regular Price: $
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