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Old 03-16-2012, 04:17 PM   #1
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Introducing Purely H2O's High Flow Bio Pellet Reactor


Designed to be easy to use, setup and maintain. Our reactors are not only easy to use, no annoying thumb screws, foam pads or leaky lids common with other reactors. The reactor will hold up to 450ml of Bio Pellets and service up to 160 gallon aquarium..

The Purely H2O Bio Pellet Reactor features

  • Heavy duty all plastic construction.
  • Heavy Duty Aluminum Bracket
  • High quality quick connect fittings.
  • Easy to operate, clean and maintain.
  • High quality ball valve for precise tuning.
  • 1/2" fittings and ports throughout to reduce head pressure and provide ample flow rates.
  • Holds up to 450ml of Bio Pellets
  • Tested to 200 gallon application - recommended for use on aquariums 160 gallons or less.



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