New from Aqualantis the Aquacubic Aquarium.Glass aquarium with Mini BioBox 2 Filtration and LED lighting system.Aquarium size 30 x 22 x 30.3cm with light on top the height becomes 55cmVolume 15 litresAquarium Only in Red and Black finish
5 different types of filter media for every type of cleaning 1. Tetratec CR Ceramic Filter Rings remove large particles of waste and help to even out the flow of water through the filter. They can be cleaned with tap water and do not need regular replacement 2. TetraTec BF Biological Filter Foam doubles as a media for removing finer particles of solid waste as well as providing a high surface area for bacterial activity. To operate the foams purely as a mechanical media for solid waste removal clean them under tap water as necessary. To maximise their biological activity clean them in a jug of aquarium water 3. TetraTec BB Bio Filter Balls are biological media that provide an excellent environment for friendly bacteria to break down ammonia into harmless nitrate. Because they are not too porous they allow a good flow of water through them which ensures that all the bacteria receive a supply of oxygen and nutrients. This keeps them working effectively and avoids ¿dead areas¿. Clean in aquarium water only as and when necessary 4. TetraTec CF Carbon removes organic contaminants reduces odours and prevents the water from going yellow. Its use will keep the water looking like new as well as improving its quality for your fish. Carbon should be replaced every 4 to 6 weeks as over time it becomes saturated 5. TetraTec FF Filter Floss reliably removes very fine particles of waste thus helping to give the water a final ¿polish¿. This coupled with the carbon ensures the aquarium remains crystal clear. TetraTec FF Filter Floss should be replaced when it becomes dirty.
To treat bacterial infections in marine aquariums such as fin, tail, mouth rot, ulcers etc. Useful for treating marine white spot in the presence of invertebrates. NT Labs Marine Anti-Bacterial treatment can be used to treat Oodinium in an invertebrate reef tank and is safe to use where soft corals are present.