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Cermedia MarinePure 1.5" Spheres 3.8L

$139.95

 

 

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  • Description

3.8 Litres
MarinePure 1.5" Spheres is designed for ammonia and nitrite removal and minimizes nitrates in canister and similar filtration systems.

Perfect replacement for bioballs since only one MarinePure ball has the same surface area as 1 350 plastic bio-balls.

Stays wet during power outages or pump failure which will keep your nitrating bacteria alive.

Provides consistent water chemistry. Reduces tank maintenance. Able to support large fish loads. Greater than 80% open porosity. Surface Area 970 m2


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 area.

The properties of MarinePure create a stable home for a dense population of beneficial bacteria that remove ammonia and nitrites from your aquarium. Some systems will also see a decrease in nitrates. MarinePure will work in sumps, trickle filters, wet/dry filters, hang on the back filters or directly in the tank.


Why use MarinePure?

Better value due to high performance

  • Reduced tank maintenance
  • Allows for higher fish loads
  • Can use a smaller filtration footprint
  • More consistent water chemistry


Can be used in a varitey of applications:

  • Used in tank
  • Used in sumps
  • Used in canister filters
  • Used in DIY filters
  • Used in trickle or shower filters
  • Used in waterfall filters
  • Used in hang on back filters


Thin Bio-Film Technology™

Combination of vast surface area and open/interconnected pores allow a thin bio-film to develop.

This thin film allows bacteria to flourish because necessary nutrients are immediately available.

With the open pores, old dead bio-film is easily flushed from the media and will not plug the media.

Water flows through the media, not around as with other denser medias, thus utilizing the most surface area for beneficial bacterial growth.