Filtration Types & Media Explained

Carbon Filtration

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De-ionisation 

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Reverse Osmosis

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Nitrate Removal

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De-Chlorination 

GAC and CTO Filters - Granular activated carbon and carbon block filtration absorb many dissolved contaminets such as chloramines and chlorine (bad for fish), tannins (which colour the water) and phenols (which cause odour). Sizes ranging from 2 litres to 30 litres for all fish tank and pond filtration requirements