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Warner Marine Research ReefPure PHOSaR Phosphate Remover 125g
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Warner Marine Research ReefPure PHOSaR Phosphate Remover

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Item #: WM00102P

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ReefPure PHOSaR Although Phosphorus is a part of every living organism, in the aquarium, its presence will promote the growth of nuisance algae and inhibit coral growth. Phosphate may enter the aquarium through food, top off water...
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ReefPure PHOSaR Although Phosphorus is a part of every living organism, in the aquarium, its presence will promote the growth of nuisance algae and inhibit coral growth. Phosphate may enter the aquarium through food, top off water or from aquarium salt itself. The first key to nuisance algae control is to limit and reduce the measurable Phosphate levels in the marine and reef aquarium. Iron-based filtration media (Granular Iron Oxide) has become the standard for Phosphate removal in the marine and reef aquarium. Several companies offer very similar granulated media that must be used in a complex fluidized reactor for maximum efficiency. The media used by these companies is granulated, resembling coffee grinds, and will color the aquarium water an ugly yellow. Their products tend to block water flow and even solidify if used in a cannister filter or passively, in a sump.

Warner Marine Research PHOSaR is a new high performance Iron-based media with a special shape and composition especially for water filtration. PHOSaR contains Iron Oxide in a new pelleted form which offers higher hydrodynamic performance compared to the competitor`s Iron-based granular products. Microanalysis reveals that the pelleted media found in PHOSaR has a more uniform and efficient pore structure to allow greater adsorption to levels below 4ppB. In addition, PHOSaR is an excellent product for removing dangerous Arsenic, which can also damage the marine and reef aquarium.

Warner Marine Research PHOSaR can be simply used in a cannister filter or in a micron bag. Since PHOSaR allows flow-thru, a cannister filter can be an extremely efficient method of removing Phosphate and Arsenic. The hobbyist may also place PHOSaR in a micron bag and place the bag in a location with moderate water flow, such as a sump. Competing products are nearly useless outside of the fluidized reactor, which makes Warner Marine Research PHOSaR the easy choice for all marine and reef aquariums. PHOSaR is available in 125g, 250g and 500g sizes for the home hobbyist and 2kg and 10kg sizes for commercial applications.

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Warner Marine Research ReefPure PHOSaR Phosphate Remover Reviews

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Nice product Product Review by NESTOR VELEZ (Posted on 2/26/14)
Rating
Excellent!

Comments: Well i've been using this GFO for some time now and it does the job very nicely it keeps my PO4 level undetectable for the price it works awesome i would recommend this product to anyone looking for a way to lower thier PO4 levels.

Awesome! Product Review by RICKY GOETTEL (Posted on 2/26/14)
Rating
Excellent!

Comments: This stuff really works. I've tried ROWAphos and Phosban but this blows them away. I have 200 grams in an AquaC XP Plus with a Maxi-Jet 600 and it lowered my phosphates in my 120 gallon reef from 0.30 to 0.004 in a day! I used the ROWA Merck Phosphate Test Kit.

Removes PO4 Product Review by FRANK AMINI (Posted on 1/18/09)
Rating
Excellent!

Comments: I run the PHOSaR along with activated carbon in a canister filter for a newly set up 120 g tank. It works as it says, but the test data that I took shows for the best results it pays off to use small amounts and change frequently (i.e. weekly). I used an accurate photometer phosphate test kit for the measurements.

no measurement.. Product Review by Leo (Posted on 8/10/08)
Rating
Below Average

Comments: Works, but using on my 37 gallon reef tank...unfortunetly we here in the good old USA don't use the same dry weight measurement system...It said that the 125 gram container will work on a 125 gallon tank..ok, so 1 gram per gallon....uhhh, how much is a gram???

I guessed and the green hair algae is literally coming off everything...I hope I didn't over dose the tank..no one has died yet and it's been a week....

didnt work Product Review by GENO (Posted on 5/25/08)
Rating
Unsatisfactory

Comments: i tryed this product on my 80gal reef tank and it didnt work.i used all 250g that treats up to 250gal ya right in a media bag and put in my sump.i have been using it on my tank for about 3 weeks and my phosphate lvls have not gone down from (.5).there was no information on how much to use and how long to use it for...total unhappy with it.