Rx-U 2.0L Universal Media Reactor

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The Vertex Rx-U 2.0L Universal Media Reactor combines great performance for crystal clear results with solid construction, ease of use and easy maintenance.

  • Holds 2.0L of Media (approx. 67 Fl oz)
  • Inlet/Outlet 3/4"
  • Total Height: approx. 24" (610mm)
  • Chamber Diameter: approx. 4" (100mm)
  • Foot print: approx. 4.7" (120mm)


Vertex Rx-U 2.0L Universal Media Reactor eliminates the problem of media compaction by giving complete control of flow-through to the user. These universal reactors are designed for inline, hard-plumbed applications and/or remote, soft-hose applications.

  • Easy Set up
  • Easy maintenance because unit can be fully disassembled
  • Precision manufacturing using CNC machining for 0 variance between parts
  • Cast Acrylic Tube
  • PVC Base and lid for maximum durability
  • PN16 U-PVC Fittings
  • Onboard True Union ball valve for control of flow
  • Union connection
  • Barbed hose connection
  • QUICK-LOC lid design for easy replenishment or removal of media
  • Titatium Screws
  • Silicone O-Rings
  • Internal or External Applications
More Information
Reactor Placement In Sump
Media Capacity 3 Cups / 710mL
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Product Questions

Should I let my cabron tumble in this or fill it full so it doesn't move?
Question by: Jackie M. on Sep 27, 2018, 12:17 PM
We would not recommend letting carbon tumble in any media reactor as the soft material will grind itself into dust over time. It would be best to only use the recommended amount of carbon based on your tanks water volume and sandwiching the carbon between the included sponges at the top of the reactor. Carbon has very small pores that can clog quickly and using more than the recommended amount of media would not give you more effective filtration over time. The upward flow will keep the media at the top and the sponges will help prevent tumbling. You can use our media calculator to find the recommended amount for your tank. If you have any other questions, let us know.
Answer by: Jason Smith on Sep 28, 2018, 9:51 AM