Ultra-fine aquarium filter pads for effective mechanical filtration
Removes debris and particulates for crystal-clear aquarium water
Machine washable micron filter pads boast long lasting aquarium use
Water sparkles clean and crystal-clear with Pure-Flo Filter Pads. These sanitized, polyester pads are interwoven with nylon fibers, making them durable, reusable, and highly effective. Coralife Pure-Flo Micron Filter Pads trap debris and small particles in both freshwater and saltwater aquariums to prevent the clogging of biological filter media.
Coralife Pure-Flo Micron Filter Pads are specially designed to remove unwanted particles while allowing selective passage of beneficial microbes that help maintain a healthy aquatic ecosystem. Simply cut Coralife Pure-Flo Micron Filter Pads to fit any aquarium filter for highly effective custom mechanical filtration. Machine washable and 100% reusable.
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Coralife Pure-Flo Micron Filter Pads
Coralife Pure-Flo Micron Filter Pads are so efficient at trapping debris and particles that regular cleaning is necessary. Generally, cleaning can be achieved by thoroughly rinsing filter pads with water. Rinse repeatedly until water runs clear.
Occasionally, it may be necessary to soak filter pad in a 5% bleach solution for 24 hours. After soaking in bleach, rinse thoroughly in a freshwater and dechlorinator solution until bleach smell is gone. Allow filter pad to dry and return to filter.
Coralife Pure-Flo Micron Filter Pads offer a highly efficient method for removing debris and particulate matter to make aquarium or pond water sparkling clean and crystal-clear. The pad allows selective passage of beneficial microbes to maintain and perpetuate a healthy aquatic ecosystem. Made from sanitized polyester, Coralife Pure-Flo Micron Filter Pads are rugged, machine washable and 100% reusable.
Mechanical filtration can greatly improve the health of most aquariums, and is also important for the efficiency of your biological filtration. The process is simple: mechanical media strains solid debris.
Biological filtration is the action of bacteria breaking down dangerous ammonia, converting it to nitrite, and then converting nitrite to less toxic nitrate. This article discusses how the process works.