Designed to be easy to use, setup and maintain. Perfect for tumbling biopellets. No thumbs screws, foam pads or leaky lids common with other reactors. The reactor will hold up to 350mL (~1.5 cups) of biopellets. Suitable for tanks 75g and smaller.
The BRS Biopellet Reactor features several distinct advantages over other brands.
- Heavy duty all plastic construction.
- High quality easy to use double O-Ring push connect fittings.
- Easy to operate, clean and maintain.
- High quality ball valve for precise tuning.
- Filter wrench
- (2) 3 Ft. sections of tubing
- Instantly attaches to popular pumps using included push connect or threaded fittings.
- 1/2" fittings and ports throughout reduce head pressure and provide ample flow rates.
- Holds up to 350mL of biopellets (~1.5 cups).
- Dimensions: 14.5"H x 5.5"W x 5"
Feed pump notes - You may use a variety of different feed pumps for this reactor but we recommend and offer the Sicce Syncra Silent 1.5 with our reactors.
Sicce Syncra Silent 1.5 – This pump is highly recommended. It is strong enough to tumble the biopellets continually and will likely have to be dialed back using the included valve. This will allow room for you to turn up the flow inside the reactor if it were to slow down due to tank debris collecting in the cartridge strainer. This pump option requires the least amount of maintenance and effort.
Warranty: 1 Year
|In Sump, Wall Mount
|1 Cup / 236mL
Thank you for reaching out to us. Yes, it will be perfect for a 32-gallon tank. You will need an NPT fitting to connect it.
Please let me know if you need anything further and take care!
Have a great day!
Unfortunately the BRS bio pellet reactor would be small and cause some head aches on a system of your size. Instead of going for a bio pellet at this point you may want to consider carbon dosing such as NO3PO4x by Red Sea which is a liquid form of food for bacteria which can be dosed. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
For a larger tank I would use a larger reactor :-) Something like one of the Octopus BH or Bio-Churn reactors seems like it would be a good choice.
For a setup like that you would actually want to look at the universal air filter. It has barb connections on it and is made for doing just that.