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Lifegard Aquatics

Turbo Media Reactor Side Flow Nano - Lifegard

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211117
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Compact and Powerful Side Flow Media Reactor!

 

Not all media reactors are built the same and Lifegards Turbo Media Reactors are perfect for biopellets, but can also be used for carbon and GFO too. The Turbo name comes from the unique spinning action that is made with the flow. The flow keeps biopellets from clumping while providing maximum contact time with the media as the water produces a vortex-like stream. The vortex style stream causes excessive agitation of the bio-pellets and other media. Each reactor comes with diffusion plates and foam pads for use with carbon and GFO.

Lifegard Turbo Reactors can be set up quicker than almost any other reactor on the market. Just put in the proper amount of media for your aquarium and then place it directly into your sump and plug it in! The side flow reactors can be placed almost anywhere in the sump with their space-saving footprint. They are able to save enormous amounts of space by placing the Quiet One Pro pump directly under the reactor body that not only saves space, allows for efficient energy-saving flow. 

  • Great for tanks up to 75 gallons.
  • Biopellet, Carbon, GFO, and more
  • Built-in Flow Control
  • Hand Crafted
  • Easy Setup
  • Small Foot Print

 

Specifications:

  • Dimensions - 4.95" L x 3.15" W x 13.7" H
  • Capacity - 250mL (biopellets)
  • Pump Size - 103 GPH Quiet One 400
  • Wattage - 3.5W @ 120VAC

 

What's Included?

  • 1x Nano Side Flow Turbo Media Reactor
  • 1x Quiet One Pro 400 Pump

 

More Information
Product Name Turbo Media Reactor Side Flow Nano - Lifegard
SKU 211117
UPC 788379316747
Manuals Owners Manual
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Product Questions

Would this fit in a chamber of a Nuvo 20 gallon?
Question by: Dalton McGowan on Jan 20, 2020, 12:28 AM
Hey there!

Unfortunately it would not fit, the tank has slightly smaller dimensions than the reactor.

Take car
Answer by: Thomas Billington on Jan 22, 2020, 3:50 PM
Can a bag of chemipure be used in one of these or does the carbon have to be loose?
Question by: Jennifer on Jul 24, 2022, 2:07 PM
Hey there,
Thank you for reaching out to us. You can use chemipure in this reactor. It does not have to be loose media.

Please let me know if you need anything further and take care!
Answer by: Matt Lucero (BRS Staff) on Jul 25, 2022, 9:09 AM
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