- 900ml capacity bio-pellet reactor for enhanced aquarium filtration
- Gently tumbles NP-Active Pearls for nitrate & phosphate removal
- Quality construction with non-clog design for reliable aquarium use
Large, 900ml capacity heavy-duty acrylic media reactor perfect for DrTim's Aquatics NP-Active Pearls. The DrTim's Aquatics Bashsea Pellet Master 3 Reactor features a large reaction chamber designed to handle a high media volume. Easy-to-set-up reactor boasts true O-ring seals and keyhole flanges for no-leak installation. Non-clogging design provides even water flow to tumble gently media for maximum media-water contact. DrTim's Aquatics Bashsea Pellet Master is designed and hand crafted in the USA using 100% American-made acrylic. Pump, 3/4"tubing, and NP-Active Pearls required for operation, each sold separately.
Holds up to 900 ml of NP-Active Pearls enough for a 300-gallon aquarium.
|Reactor Model||Fittings||Media Capacity||Operating Flow Rate||Aquarium Size||Dimensions|
|PM-3||3/4"||900ml||350-450 gph||Up to 300 gallons||8" dia x 13-15" high|
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Instructions for DrTim's Aquatics Bashea Pellet Master I, II & III
Start with 1/3 the normal amount of DrTim's Aquatics NP-Active Pearls. For example, if your aquarium is 60 gallons and the normal amount of NP-Active Pearls is 3 ml per gallon, then use 60 ml of NP-Active Pearls or a volume of about 2 oz of NP-Active Pearls (1/3 of 180ml ((3ml x 60 gallons)) = 60 ml).
To add the NP-Active Pearls to the DrTim's Aquatics Bashea Pellet Master Reactor:
After four weeks, add another 1ml of NP-Active Pearls per gallon to the reactor. Repeat after eight weeks to achieve the full-recommended amount of NP-Active Pearls of 3ml per gallon.
Note: If your tank currently has a large amount of algae or red slime (cyanobacteria), use Dr Tim's Aquatics Waste-Away Natural Aquarium Cleaner.