Sulfur reactor for removing nitrates and phosphates from marine aquariums
The sulfur reactor is a very practical, functional and low maintenance anaerobic biological filter for the removal of nitrates and phosphates from the marine aquarium. Made in clear acrylic, it usually stays up to approximately 1 year without needing maintenance.
The maintenance of the sulfur reactor consists of replacing the sulfur and aragonite media that neutralize the acids produced.
One of the main characteristics of the sulfur reactor is that it works at very low flow rates, around 5 to 20 liters per hour