Filter Media

Utilizes NanoIntelex Technology to create an enhanced, ""ultra-activated"" material with the capacity to outperform conventional phosphate-adsorption media by over 500%.
Removes ~30 - 100 mg phosphate per 1 g of media, dependant upon initial concentration in system.
Open structure and high surface area results in superior flow-through characteristics and adsorptive efficiency.
Higher adsorptive capacity relative to conventional media results in smaller space requirements to achieve equivalent phosphate uptake.
Capable of removing phosphate for over 1-year after initial placement in aquatic system.
May be used in conjunction with Xport-BIO and Xport-NO3.

Utilizes NanoIntelex Technology to create an enhanced, ""ultra-activated"" material with the capacity to outperform conventional denitrification media by over 300%.
Open structure and high surface area results in superior flow-through characteristics and filtration efficiency.
Higher efficiency relative to conventional media results in smaller space requirements to achieve equivalent denitrification.
May be employed to rapidly decrease nitrate in even the most heavily-stocked systems.
Eliminates the need to perform water changes that are carried out for the express purpose of decreasing nitrate in an aquarium system.
May be used in conjunction with Xport-BIO and Xport-PO4

Utilizes NanoIntelex Technology to create an enhanced material with vast surface area for colonization by beneficial nitrifying bacteria, resulting in rapid and efficient conversion of ammonia into nitrite and nitrate.
The highest colonizable surface area to volume ratio of synthetic biological filtration media available.
Higher efficiency relative to conventional media results in smaller space requirements to achieve equivalent nitrification.
May be employed to rapidly decrease ammonia and nitrite concentrations in even the most heavily-stocked aquatic systems.
May be used in conjunction with Xport-NO3 and Xport-PO4

Regenerates up to 1,500 ml total of Brightwell Aquatics PhosphātR regenerable phosphate-adsorption resin.

Next-generation combination of enhanced activated carbon (offering superior chemical filtration characteristics to traditional activated carbon) and NSF-grade ion-exchange and adsorptive resins to enhance removal of impurities such as chloramines, ammonia, nitrate, phosphate, silicate, heavy metals, and dissolved organic material from water.
Facilitates decomposition and oxidation/reduction reactions, enhancing oxidation-reduction potential (ORP), and improving water quality.
Improves water clarity by removing dyes and discoloration from water.
Eliminates odors caused by decaying organic material.
Removes copper from medicated systems. Removes lead and other heavy metals.
Completely safe for use in all reef, mixed-reef, fish-only, community, and planted aquaria

Next-generation regenerable phosphate adsorption resin effective in marine aquaria; will also remove silicates.
Far more effective than activated alumina and granular ferric products.
Will not negatively impact water quality nor release phosphate or silicate once exhausted; will not break up or disintegrate like ferric medias, and contains no aluminum to dissolve in aquaria and harm inhabitants.
Synthetic polymer resin beads provide for durability and excellent flow characteristics; may be employed in fluiduzed-bed, canister, or passive filtration.
Regenerable up to five times, dramatically increasing cost effectiveness.

Improves water quality by removing latent dissolved organic material and encouraging higher oxidation-reduction potential(ORP, also known as "redox").
Removes dyes and discoloration from water.
Will not release adsorbed organic material once exhausted.
Ideal for use in small (e.g. "nano") aquaria where a protein skimmer is not feasible.
Does not actively remove trace, minor, or major elements from aquarium.
May be used in conjunction with, or as a replacement for, activated carbon.
Synthetic polymer resin beads provide for durability and excellent flow characteristics; may be employed in fluidized-bed, canister, or passive filtration.
Regenerable over 250 times, dramatically increasing cost effectiveness.

Next-generation regenerable nitrate adsorption resin effective in marine and freshwater aquaria; does not require soaking in buffered water prior to initial use.
Highly-selective for nitrate.
Will not negatively impact water quality, nor release nitrate once exhausted.
Synthetic polymer resin beads provide for durability and excellent flow characteristics; may be employed in fluidized-bed, canister, or passive filtration.
Regenerable over 250 times, dramatically increasing cost effectiveness.
Will not impact alkalinity in aquaria as some competing products may.

Unique zeolitic medium for selective removal of dissolved organic compounds through ionic and molecular adsorption, as well as passive uptake via the beneficial microbes that colonize the media; the combined result of these processes yields improved water quality and an important source of food (bacterioplankton) for corals and other suspension-feeding organisms.
Used in conjunction with Brightwell Aquatics MicrōBacter7 and Reef BioFuel, helps establish biological filtration and maintain an ultra-low nutrient environment for the express purpose of enabling coral coloration to be perceived without interference from zooxanthellae pigmentation.
Provides a colonization site for the microorganisms responsible for nitrification, denitrification, and organic waste degradation in marine aquaria.

Pelletized Bioreactive Filtration Media for Nitrate and Phosphate Control

Regenerable Mixed Adsorbent Resin for all Freshwater, Marine and Reef Aquaria

Directly and efficiently removes reactive phosphate from aquarium water.
Also removes silicate and phosphate-based organic material from aquarium water, often resulting in improved water clarity (particularly in aquaria with heavy bioloads).
Safe for use in all freshwater and marine aquaria, including planted and reef systems.

Advanced adsorbent of phosphate and silicate; provides rapid results.
May be used on an on-going basis as part of a sensible nutrient-control program. Spherical shape and porosity maximize reactive surface area; promotes reactivity and efficiency by maximizing contact time and minimizing tendency to pack and channel water,
and outperforms competing non-spherical phosphate-adsorbent media.
Recommended usage is 2 g of Extrax Phos per 1 US-gallon (3.8 L) in aquarium; 600 grams will adsorb up to 20 mg/L phosphate in 300 US-gallons (1,136 L).
Does not release phosphate, silicate, or soluble compounds into aquarium system.
Safe for use in all freshwater and marine aquaria, including freshwater planted systems and reef systems.

Next-generation, enhanced activated carbon, offering superior chemical filtration characteristics to traditional activated carbon.
Triple-action removes ammonia, chloramines, and latent organic material, and then facilitates decomposition and oxidation/reduction reactions, enhancing oxidation-reduction potential (ORP), and promoting water quality.
Features high capacity for organic removal, high Iodine number, and minimal dust. Average particle size encourages optimal flow and effectiveness.

High-purity natural mineral that may be employed in traditional calcium reactors, or even blended in to pre-existing aquarium substratum, to gradually increase and maintain the calcium concentration and alkalinity in marine aquaria.
Strong source of calcium, the most abundant cation by percent mass in aragonite, the mineral secreted by reef-building organisms to form skeletal material.
Through dissolution, provides calcium, magnesium, strontium, potassium, and carbonates.
Aids in increasing alkalinity to stabilize pH and encourage rapid biogenic aragonite formation.
Optimal average particle size for use in media reactors and calcium reactors.
Free of chloride and sulfate.