Skimz BR153 Monzter Biopellet Reactor

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Skimz BR153 Monzter Biopellet Reactor

SKU: 209435
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Quick Overview

Skimz Monzter BR153 biopellet reactor is great, easy to use internal biopellet reactor.  Biopellets can help remove nitrates by the use of a bacteria that will colonize on the biopellets. BRS suggests 1 cup or 236 mL of biopellets per 50 gallons of total system water volume.



  • Great for tanks between 200 - 400 gallons

  • 2000 mL max capacity

  • Super quiet VSC3000-DC pump

  • DC pump has external controller for easy tuning of flow

  • Screw off lid is very easy to remove for cleaning of built in strainer

  • 3/4 inch barbed outlet (comes with short piece of silicone tubing)

  • 12.75in L x 7.5in W x 19.5in T

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Product Questions

Are you able to reduce the out going water on this reactor ?
Question by: Bryan Kessler on Jul 15, 2016 7:14:00 AM
Hi Bryan,
The BR153 comes with a controllable DC pump that will let you control and tune the flow travelling through the reactor. Instead of using a valve to restrict the low, you can either increase or decrease the flow that the pump produces to fine tune it to your needs.
Answer by: Charlie (Admin) on Jul 15, 2016 7:51:00 AM
Can this be used in a fresh water tank. I have a 180gal tank with a 75 gal sump with African chiclids
Question by: Jeffrey Mcgrath on Mar 12, 2016 9:32:00 AM
Great question!
Unfortunately Bio Pellets do not work in freshwater systems and will lead to a massive bacteria bloom. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Mar 14, 2016 10:51:00 AM

Full Details

Owners Manual.pdf

Solid carbon dosing (biopellets) has recently become an extremely popular method of removing nitrates from the aquarium. The exact method of denitrification can be different for each tank but it mainly consists of a few things:

 

  • Nitrate laden Bacteria is removed via the protein skimmer
  • Bacteria directly converts nitrite into nitrous oxide so nitrate is never produced
  • Bacteria consumes nitrates and processes them down into nitrogen gas
  • Nitrate laden Bacteria is consumed by tank inhabitants like corals and sponges

 

Depending on the system it should take 4-8 weeks for the bacteria population to multiply and begin its work on your nitrates. Once you have the reactor going we suggest not making any adjustments for 8 weeks. Give the media and bacteria time to adjust to the parameters found in your tank and begin working. The absolute best advice we can give with this system is to set it up and forget about it for two months. Unless something is obviously not right, resist all temptation to make any changes until the two months are up.

 

BRS suggests 1 cup or 236 mL per 50 gallons of aquarium water

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