AquaMaxx FR-SE External Media Reactor is a great multi-purpose aquarium water filters specially designed for use in smaller marine and reef aquaria. Insert your media of choice to help eliminate organic pollutants, odors, discolorations and algae fuels. Great for use with Carbon, GFO and even BioPellets!
The up-flow design of AquaMaxx FR-SE External Media Reactor helps to keep filter media suspended and evenly dispersed to provide maximum contact time between your aquarium water and the media inside the reactor. Water is introduced into the bottom of the filter and then pushed upward through the media and back out into your tank. An innovative bracket keeps the inlet and outlet tubes securely in place.
*Water pump and tubing sold separately
Made of high-quality acrylic components for precise fitment and excellent durability. Built-in hang-on bracket allows for easy installation.
- Chamber Diameter: 3.2"
- Height: 14.6"
- Minimum Tank Height: 12.5"
- Accommodates aquarium rims up to 1"
- Maximum Capacity: 1.0L (1000mL)
- Using GFO: up to 150 gallons
- Using Activate Carbon: up to 75 gallons
- Using BioPellets: up to 50 gallons
- Inlet/Outlet: 1/2" hosebarb
- Recommended Flow Rate: up to 150GPH for carbon or GFO, up to 300GPH for BioPellets*
*flow rate must be adjusted based on the amount of media used. An adjustable pump or a valve is recommended.
ReviewsLuisHigh quality reactor! Comes with premium parts including thick plastic screw-clamp type lid and hose guides. I needed a reactor for phosphate-reducing media which I was using simply with a mesh bag in the sump drain compartment. Local reef shop worker mentioned a reactor was needed to get the full benefit of the ROWA I was running. Did research as usual and landed on this AquaMax unit for the price I wanted to pay. Remembering I had a spare nano return pump at the house, I thought wow, there it is! No need to tap into the main reef tank return pump for flow. The main reason I bought this was to save space with its ability to hang on the edge of the sump, which is what I did, seeing my sump was already maximized with refugium, skimmer, and bio-media in the drain chamber. The results? Phosphates started out at 0.38 ppm using the Hanna ULR phosphate checker before the reactor addition. 2-3 weeks after reactor addition the phosphates are now at a comforting, for me, 0.16 ppm. No comparison to mesh bag. Reactors do their job at a concentrated level. My tank: 60-gallon cube 17-gallon eshopps sump Heavily-stocked with 12 fish including Scopas tang, dwarf angel, etc., clean-up crew consisting of many hermit crabs, emerald crab, cleaner shrimp, and snails. 60+ corals. Ph: 8.2 Nitrate: 11.2 ppm Phosphates: 0.16 ppm Alkalinity: 9.6 DKh all-day
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DetailsCurrent Stock: 14SKU: UJ45107UPC: 638346945107Condition: NewWeight: 2.30 LBSWidth: 6.00 (in)Height: 17.00 (in)Depth: 8.00 (in)
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