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    The MagFox uses magnetic attraction to propel a small brush inside aquarium hoses and pipes, allowing it to clean away algae and other deposits that block the water flow. Patent pending design by Julian Sprung.

    Product # 50760

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    Our NEW feeding device, MagFeeder and its accessories make feeding your fishes more effective and enjoyable.

    Product # 50724

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    Two Little Fishies’ NanoMag

    is an itsy-bitsy, lean, high-energy, window-cleaning apparatus.

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    NPX Bioplastics® granular media made from biodegradable polymers. For use in a fluidized reactor.

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    Two Little Fishies BettaMag is an even smaller window-cleaning apparatus than NanoMag, designed for use on Betta and Goldfish bowls or Pico aquariums. In small bowls or Pico aquariums the NanoMag is so strong it actually moves the whole tank when you try to clean the windows! BettaMag solves that problem by being sized just right. It’s ideal for glass with a thickness of 1/8 to 1/4 inch. Patented design by Julian Sprung.

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    Sometimes the carbon dioxide that accumulates in the air in closed buildings causes the pH of an aquarium to be low. We have the solution: it’s called CDX, a carbon dioxide adsorption system. Simply install CDX in our PhosBan reactor and connect it to the air intake of a protein skimmer, using a length of hose and our CDX adaptor to make the connection. The CO2-free air entering the protein skimmer soaks up excess CO2 dissolved in the aquarium water and so the aquarium’s pH rises.

    Size: 750ml #40231 3L #40232

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    Julian’s Thing® is a NEW multi-purpose device and replacement tips.

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    Product #60111

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    Julian Sprung’s Marine Aquarium Formula

    PhosBan phosphate adsorption media.

    The PhosBan reactor is a ‘fluidized bed’ (meaning the water to be treated flows upwards through the media and gently suspends at least some of the media particles). Treated water exits the reactor and returns to the aquarium. If all goes according to plan, the reactor’s effluent will be depleted of phosphate and silica. How well do these products perform and are they worthy of your consideration? These are the recommendations made by TLF:

    • For use on freshwater or marine aquaria, up to 150 gallon (568 liter) capacity.
    • Flow rate through reactor should be 20 – 30 gallons (76 – 114 liters) per hour – this will require a pump capacity of 100 – 200 gallons (379 – 757 liters) per hour. A Maxi-Jet 500 (a misprint in the directions – a Maxi-Jet 400 or similar pump will work just fine) is recommended, but throttling will be required using the supplied ball valve. Excessive flow rates may cause the media to crumble – the directions use the synonym ‘friable’).
    • Reactor capacity depends upon the media. The 150 reactor can hold up to a maximum 200 grams of PhosBan media (5 inches or 12.7cm height within the column, with a recommended minimum of 2 inches or 5cm). The column can be filled to capacity when using granular activated carbon.
    • If an amount of PhosBan required is below the minimum depth within the reactor, TLF recommends mixing PhosBan with activated carbon.

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