Lifegard Aquatics

Aquamesh Black 1 - Extra Coarse - Lifegard

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Progressive density mesh mechanical filtration system can be used as a system or separately.

Aquamesh #1 is great for removal of large debris and free floating particles most commonly used as a first stage to allow longer use of finer stages between cleanings.

Dimensions:19.5" x 24" x 1.5"


The Aquamesh progressive filter pads are great for pre-filtration in sumps. They have a very rigid design that will not collapse like traditional filter floss. The Progressive pads come in 4 different densities that can be ran in succession for long term use, or just a single pad can be ran as well depending on what your system needs. The stiffness of the pads makes cleaning very easy to be used over and over again.


Black #1 - Extra Coarse

Green #2 - Coarse

Blue #3 - Medium

Grey #4 - Fine

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Product Questions

How do you cut it
Question by: Charles Peters on Apr 29, 2024, 3:12 PM
Fresh razorblade works great.
Answer by: Tyler Schafer (BRS Staff) on Apr 30, 2024, 10:31 AM
How rigid us this stuff? Would it be self supporting in the back of a freshwater aquarium with moss growing on it?
Question by: Kestie on Oct 12, 2019, 11:04 PM
Hey there-

Thank you for reaching out to us! This aquamesh material will be more than sturdy enough to use as a moss wall as I have used these as dividers for betta pairs in the past. You just need to ensure the mesh is a snug fit or to use some sort of additional support such as epoxy or silicone (for a tank that hasn't been set up yet) to prevent it from falling over as these are very sturdy, but don't have the best balance due to their small footprint when oriented vertically.

Have a great day! c:
Answer by: Brad Ohmann on Oct 13, 2019, 1:24 PM
Hey, i was thinking this might be the perfect tool to use as a damper for my overflow. I usually turn the return pump down if i need it quieter for a movie or something. I'm hoping the pad is course enough to not clog or restrict the overflow vent completely. Have you ever seen it used in this way?
Question by: JONATHAN EDDINGER on Nov 9, 2017, 11:40 AM
It would be pretty hard to actually clog the extra course mesh. If you get creative you could use this in your overflow and it is actually fairly stiff. This would actually be an ideal solution for what you are looking for.
Answer by: Charlie on Nov 25, 2017, 10:39 AM