- Auqa Gadget Sump Minimax Pro Media Reactor - Innovative Marine
Keep Your Tank Water Clean
Fill the Auqa Gadget Sump MiniMax Pro Media Reactor with carbon, GFO or any other media that needs to be run through a fluidized reactor. The MiniMax Pro can fit into almost any sump and no longer do you need clunky plumbing or ball valves to control the flow with Innovative Marine's patent pending design that gives responsive flow control from the inner to the outer chamber.
- Internal chamber works as a removable cartridge
- Great for GFO or carbon
- Works with many different types of media
- No valves, tubing, or plumbing
- Efficient and effective up-flow design
- Can be placed directly in sumps
No More O-Rings
Innovative Marine Pro series of media reactors no longer utilizes rubber o-rings in the cap, but a solid rubber cap to keep any water from leaking out of the top, but still easy to remove when maintenance is required.
Dimensions - 4.33" L x 4.33" W x 9.65" H
Max Capacity - 380mL
Max Flow - 92 GPH
Power Consumption - 8W @ 120VAC
1x Sump MiniMax Pro Media Reactor
1x Reactor Pump
1x Tank Mounting Bracket
Instructions would be nice By Adrienne on 8/20/2019Adrienne would recommend this product to a friendI want to start with this is in NO way a reflection on bulk reef supply because honestly, they were awesome. This is my personal experience as someone who has never run a reactor before. Plus: Very easy to assemble and fill. Cons: Absolutely, zip, nada, ZILCH instructions. There is no information about how to know if it's running normally. There is no information about how much media to use. No information on how the media should move or not move. I mean absolutely nothing. Yet the company put forth plenty of effort in making a sharp sales video which can be found on youtube, but could not be bothered to put in a manual of operation and or trouble shooting. It made using this a complete nightmare cause I had no idea what was considered correct working form or incorrect. Luckily Bulk Reef Supply picked up where the manufacturer seriously dropped the ball. There is absolutely no excuse for the company to do that. It is not BRS's job to do their job. The manufacturer was so cheap on schematics that they managed to cram the diagrams of every model onto a single sheet of paper, so you have to practically use a magnifying glass to read anything. I honestly do not know if it's working yet. But if I get positive results yes I would recommend to a friend. If I get poor results then of course no.