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PhosBan Phosphate Adsorption Media - Two Little Fishies

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1/3 lb. (150g) PhosBan Phosphate Adsorption Media - Two Little Fishies

SKU: 207238

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$25.42

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1 lb (454g) PhosBan Phosphate Adsorption Media - Two Little Fishies

SKU: 207239

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Remove phosphates from your saltwater tank with PhosBan Phosphate Adsorption Media from Two Little Fishies.

    • Synthetic ferric oxide hydroxide granules
    • Also adsorbs silicate and does not release adsorbed substances
    • Available in 1/3 lb. and 1 lb. sizes

 

Sizes Available

  • 1/3 lb (150g) - treats up to 600 Liter (158 gallons) of marine water
  • 1 lb (454g)

 

Recommended Usage

  • For Saltwater: 50g per 50 gallons
  • For Freshwater: 50g per 100 gallons
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Product Questions

Can I use the BRS reactor with this?
Question by: Anthony Almirall on Dec 9, 2016, 5:32 PM
Great question! Yes, you can use this media in a BRS reactor! :-)
Answer by: Randy on Dec 13, 2016, 6:54 PM
Can this be placed (in a bag) in a high flow area or does it have to be used in a reactor?
Question by: Katie Haman on Jun 3, 2017, 1:11 PM
This product is designed to be tumbled and will be most effective when used this way, but so long as you are using moderate amounts of media and you can spread it out in a media bag in a higher flow area, you can still benefit from it in this way.

Happy reefing!
Answer by: Zack on Jun 9, 2017, 2:52 PM
How often must this be changed when used in a PhosBan Reactor?
Question by: JustSomeRandom on Nov 25, 2013, 9:13 AM
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It depends on the amount of phosphate you have in your tank and you add to your tank. Typically it needs to be replaced every 4-6 weeks but if you add a lot of food it could be much less and if you almost never feed it could be much longer. Best thing to do is test your phosphates, when they start to rise its time to change your GFO.
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Nov 25, 2013, 9:13 AM
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