Over 300% more media than similar chemical filter media pads
Help combat scum and other negative effects associated with poor water quality
Easy-to-use, multipurpose filter pad for all freshwater and saltwater systems
Combined power of three widely used chemical filter media. Highest grade carbon, ammonia remover, and phosphate remover imbedded in a polyester matrix for an easy-to-use, cost-effective alternative. Helps combat scum and other negative effects associated with poor water quality. Effectively removes phosphate, ammonia, organic waste, heavy metals, discoloration, and even residual medication. Simply cut multipurpose pad for custom use in power filters, canister filters, or wet/dry filters. Approximately 1/2" thick. For fresh and saltwater aquariums.
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Directions for Use:
Simply cut multipurpose pad for custom use in any filter. Rinse pad thoroughly under running tap water prior to use.
Applications: For saltwater and freshwater aquariums: Use in any power filters, canister filters, or wet/dry filters. For ponds: Use in any pond filter or skimmer.
One 7-1/2" x 10-1/2" x 1/2" pad treats up to 100-gallon aquarium or pond. One 15" x 30" x 1/2" pad treats up to 600-gallon aquarium or pond. Monitor phosphate levels with a test kit and maintain levels under 0.05 ppm. Replace media pad as necessary as phosphate levels begin to rise.
Blend of 11% Acid-washed Activated Carbon, 25% German made Granulated Beta-Ferric Hydroxide, 64% High capacity ion exchange Zeosorbent.
Store unused portion in a closed re-sealable bag. Do not freeze or store in extreme heat.
For saltwater and freshwater aquarium and pond use only. Keep out of reach of children. Do not take internally. Wash hands with soap and water after handling.
The single most annoying problem in your aquarium is likely the ongoing battle against algae. Left unchecked, it can cover the glass making viewing impossible. Read how controlling phosphate plays a role in controlling algae in aquariums.
The presence of algae is a normal part of keeping an aquarium. However, aggressive algae growth is a good indication that your system is out of balance. Use chemical filter media to remove excess nutrients that help algae thrive.
One of the easiest ways to eliminate poor water conditions is to remove pollutants from the aquarium water. Removing phosphate and other pollutants in aquarium water will also effectively reduce many of the nutrients algae needs. PhosPure can help.
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.