TL Reefs PHA Aquarium Biopellets, Nitrate & Phosphate Reducer, 1.5-lb bag

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Help make your tank more hospitable for underwater buddies with TL Reefs PHA Aquarium Biopellets, Nitrate & Phosphate Reducer. Made of 100% pure PHA biopellets, it naturally reduces phosphate and nitrate levels in your aquarium as the pellets provide a food source for bacteria that consume nitrate and phosphate. These pellets are uniform in size with a round shape for smooth fluidization with minimal floating or clumping. It also removes bacteria through several methods, including protein skimmer and consumption by tank inhabitants. TL Reefs PHA Aquarium Biopellets, Nitrate & Phosphate Reducer is safe for all fish and corals and works in all aquariums, filter bags, freshwater and saltwater.

Key Benefits
  • Nitrate & phosphate reducer that helps make your aquarium more hospitable for underwater buddies.
  • Made of 100% pure PHA biopellets that naturally reduce phosphate and nitrate levels in your aquarium.
  • Provides a food source for bacteria that consume nitrate and phosphate.
  • Uniform in size with a round shape for smooth fluidization with minimal floating or clumping.
  • Safe for all fish and corals and works in all aquariums, filter bags, freshwater and saltwater.

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  • Item Number
    213163
  • Aquarium Type
    Saltwater
  • Fish Type
    Marine Fish
  • Material
    Plastic
Ingredients

Polyhydroxyalkanoates Pellets.

Instructions

Standard dose is 180g or approximately 1 cup/50 gallons in a liquidized reactor.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    useless as is

    By bugthecat on Jun 5, 2020

    I thought I could just put this in the tank since there was no apparatus that was recommended or available to buy to go with it so it seems pretty useless since it does need a special filtration system.

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