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Fluval's Activated Carbon consists of the purest bituminous activated carbon with the excellent property of adsorption. The fine granules have a large porous surface and fine internal cell structures. The chemical filter medium enables the adsorption of organic waste, dyes, medications and odours. This ensures crystal clear water in the aquarium. Fluval Activated Carbon does not affect phosphate levels and can be used in all standard filters. For best results, Fluval recommends replacing the filter media every 4 weeks. It is available in 3x 100 g bags or in an 800 g container and can be used in freshwater and saltwater aquariums.
- Original Fluval Filtermedium
- Suitable for all common filters
- For chemical filtration
- Absorbs waste, dyes, medicines and odours
- Has no influence on the phosphate content
- Available in 3x 100 g bags or in an 800 g container
- Suitable for freshwater and marine aquariums
For optimal purification, it is recommended to replace Activated Carbon every 4 weeks!
Activated Carbon, especially when it is new, can remove some trace elements that are found in many liquid plant fertilisers. It is recommended to wait at least a week or two after replacing the activated carbon in the filter, before adding liquid plant fertilisers to the tank.
Since 1975, Fluval has been offering advanced aquarium technology such as filters, lighting solutions and complete aquarium systems with a high degree of quality and innovation. Fluval's pioneering spirit is reflected in constantly modern products that meet the changing times and fast pace in the field of aquaristics with functionality and robustness. Fluval is not only committed to the much-loved hobby of aquaristics, but also to the preservation of the environment through coral conservation projects, species protection programmes and also works in a close context with the aquaristics community.