NextReef MR1 GFO and Carbon Filter Media Reactor Information
NextReef MR1 Media Reactor
NextReef Reactors Loom Large Over the Competition! The MR1 families of Media/Substrate Reactors feature a massive 4-inch reaction chamber. The extra wide design maximizes water to media contact, increasing efficiency and minimizing dead zones in the reactor.NextReef Reactors have the largest capacities around, giving you the ability to run large amounts of media, or multiple products simultaneously. They`re ozone-safe, and perfect for phosphate control, de-nitrification or fluidized sand filtration. The NextReef MR1 stands 16 inches tall... that`s over half gallon, big enough for large reef systems - up to 250 gallons.
Every NextReef Reactor is hand-crafted in the USA from the highest quality materials, and CAD engineered / CNC cut for a precise fit.
Recommended Tank Size: 250 gallons Marine / 500 gallons Freshwater
Recommended Flow Rate: up to 160GPH
Height: 16" Overall Height / 14" Reaction Chambers (405mm / 355mm)
Footprint: 6" x 6" (150mm x 150mm)
Reaction Chamber: 14" x 4" (Dual) (535mm x 100mm)
Total Capacity: 155 cubic inches / 0.68 gallons / 86 fluid ounces / 2.6 litre
Inlet / Outlet: 1/2" 90 Degree Barb Fittings - fits standard 1/2" ID tubing
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(Posted on 6/20/12)
Comments: Using this as a GFO reactor. Extremely efficient. No dead spots as I've found in other similarly priced units. GFO stays fluidized and constantly moving.
Two thums up!!
(Posted on 10/4/11)
Comments: Excellent piece of equipment...Stylish and well made. I have three running on my system, one for bio-pellets, one for carbon and one for PO4 media.
Nextreef Media reactor
(Posted on 8/30/11)
Comments: I agree with the others, very nice quality. Wish it came with hose clamps, or website set them up as an accessory. But i guess that would be over the top.
(Posted on 6/11/11)
Comments: very easy to setup holds large amounts of media I would recommend
(Posted on 4/18/11)
Comments: Great reactor ,A thing of beauty! Works great! Thanks Greg.