FR-S Internal GFO Carbon and Biopellet Filter Media Reactor with Sicce Pump

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AquaMaxx FR-S Internal Media Reactor is a great multi-purpose aquarium water filters specially designed for use in smaller marine and reef aquaria. The up-flow design of AquaMaxx FR-S Internal Media Reactor helps to keep filter media suspended and evenly dispersed to provide maximum contact time between your aquarium water and the media inside the reactor. Water is introduced into the bottom of the filter and is then pushed upward through the media and back out into your tank. The included adjustable Sicce Syncra Nano pump allows you to easily adjust the flow rate. Insert your media of choice to help eliminate organic pollutants, odors, discolorations and algae fuels. Great for use with Carbon, GFO and even BioPellets!

A magnetic mount easily and securely attaches the FR-S reactor to your sump, or the back chamber of your All-In-One style aquarium.


  • Footprint: 3.4" x 3.2"
  • Chamber Diameter: 2.4"
  • Height: 10"
  • Maximum Capacity: 0.25L (250mL) ~1 Cup
  • Using GFO: up to 50 gallons*
  • Using Activated Carbon: up to 35 gallons
  • Using BioPellets: up to 20 gallons
  • Glass thickness: up to 3/8"
  • Pump(included): SICCE Syncra Nano
  • Pump power consumption: 2.8 - 6 Watts

* Using 2 sponges on top and on bottom is recommended for GFO use.

More Information
UPC 638346945091
Reactor Placement In Sump, Wall Mount
Media Capacity 1 Cup / 236mL
Pump Included Yes
Included Mounting Magnetic
Max Tank Thickness 3/8 in.
Power Consumption 2.8 - 6 Watts
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Product Questions

Is the 10" height overall and include the pump or is it just the cylinder that is 10" tall?
Question by: Dan on Dec 5, 2023, 1:22 AM
Hey there,
Thank you for reaching out to us. The spec show an overall height of 10". Please let me know if you need anything further.
Answer by: Thomas Wofle (BRS Staff) on Jan 31, 2024, 10:30 AM