- Vertex RX-Z 2.0 ZEOlite Reactor (DISCONTINUED)
Zeovit reactors are a great choice for achieving an Ultra-Low Nutrient System. By utilizing Korallen-Zucht Zeovit Stones in a Zeovit reactor you can achieve a virtually nutrient free environment in your tank by removing ammonia before it can convert into nitrites and nitrates. Other needed additives for the Zeovit system are ZeoStart, ZeoFood, and ZeoBak
The Vertex Zeovit reactors come with the pump and plumbing needed, as well as a easy to pump handle to release the mulm.
Vertex RX-Z 2.0 ZEOlite Reactor - German engineering, exceptional build quality.
- Holds 2.0 L of ZEOlith Media
- Made of high quality acrylic, strong PVC base and lid
- Extremely low vibration and noise
- Multiple union valves to plumbing
- Height with pump handle extended: 609mm (approximately: 24")
- Height with pump handle retracted: 550mm (approximately: 21.5")
- Chamber diameter: 120mm (approximately 4.7")
- Foot-Print; 203 x 152 mm (approximately 8" x 6")
- Eheim Compact 1000 pump
- Titanium Screws
1x RX-Z 2.0 Reactor
1x Eheim Compact Pump
1x U-line assembly
1x T-handle including screw
1x Output assembly
4x Rubber feet for pump
1x Ball Valve
1x Owners Manual
Great zeo reactor ! By Carlos Vicente on 1/24/2017Carlos Vicente would recommend this product to a friendExcellent construction, can't ask for more. Many reefers complain about how hard is to pump the handle, this issue is solved with a little silicon gasket lubricant on the lid's o-ring and handle shaft. Pumping friction is greatly reduced.
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Whats the recommended Zeovit reactor for an 120gal tank
Thank you for reaching out with your question on a Zeovit reactor.
You would want to use 1 liter of Zeovit per 100 gallons of system volume so the 1.5L would be a good match:
Please let us know if you have any other questions!
Is there a recommended water depth?
You can run the RX-Z reactors in a variety of water depths, but we would recommend between 4.5” to about 16” of water depth. You will want to make sure the pump is fully submerged and that you can easily access the pumping handle and lid for maintenance. You can run the RX-Z reactors in a variety of water depths, but we would recommend between 4.5” to about 16” of water depth.
Can this be hard-plumbed into a manifold?