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Old 04-05-2012, 05:23 PM   #1
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Julian Sprung's Marine Aquarium Formula PhosBan® Availble in Bulk Packaging!!!


Synthetic ferric oxide hydroxide granules with an extremely high capacity for adsorbing phosphate from saltwater and freshwater. Also adsorbs silicate, and does not release adsorbed substances. Recommended by Julian Sprung for long-lasting and easy control of phosphate levels on a permanent basis.

PhosBan from Two Little Fishies is a favored chemical filter media because it will not leach substances back into your aquarium. Largest adsorption capacity of any phosphate filtering media. Ferric oxide hydroxide-based granules also adsorb organics and other pollutants. Use just like activated carbon; No filter bag included. Non-toxic and lasts several months in typical aquariums. Great for saltwater and freshwater aquariums.

  • Phosphate removing filter media permanently removes phosphate
  • Non-toxic filter media lasts several months in typical aquariums
  • Great for both saltwater and freshwater aquariums
  • Bulk 1 lb - $24.95
  • Bulk 2 lb - $48.95
  • Bulk 1/2 gallon - $82.99
  • Bulk 1 gallon - $154.99



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