Fauna Marin NPO Redu Pellets No3/Po4 – 1000ml

This new probiotic filter method combines effective nutrient breakdown and the simplest operation in the smallest of spaces.

DKK 440,90

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Fauna Marin Redu Pellets and the NPO Pellet Filter developed to match them are a simple and effective tool for nutrient control in aquariums and ponds. Thanks to the special design and high quality of the pellets, the NPO pellet filter is particularly effective and material-saving.

Fauna Marin Redupellets consist of a 100% biodegradable biopolymer that has been specially developed to break down nutrients and is also used in drinking water treatment. Fauna Marin Redupellets promote the growth of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria and ensure a controlled nitrogen cycle in the filter system. The bacteria feed on the pellets and the nutrients supplied from the aquarium. Nitrogen and phosphates are broken down equally effectively, preventing algae growth and producing bacterioplankton to feed your corals.

uniform reduction of nitrate and phosphate
crystal clear water even with high stocking densities
Nutrients are converted into bacterioplankton
100% biodegradable
very low carbon release, thus controlled nutrient breakdown
absolutely reef safe
Extremely effective, fast-acting effect
suitable for ponds and aquariums


Do I no longer need to change the water?
yes, you still need to do water changes. Filtering with pellets does not replace the usual water care, e.g. B. by changing the water regularly. This not only removes nutrients and inhibitors, but also adds trace elements and organic components that are also important for bacterial growth. Even with a pellet filter, we recommend a weekly water change of 10%.

There are individual pellets in the filter tank? Is this bad?
As the pellets break down, some pellets become very small and can be flushed out of the filter despite the protective grid. Simply vacuum them off with the next water change.

Why am I measuring elevated nutrient levels?
Water tests can be irritated by the attrition of bacteria and the possible presence of nitrite. This usually happens in the first 2-3 months after starting pellet filtration. In addition to the measured water values, always pay attention to the condition of the animals – if they are thriving, there is no need to worry.

Why can’t I measure nutrient degradation?
Either the filtering process is not yet in full swing, or the ongoing nutrient input is too high, or the tests are still showing incorrect values ​​(see above). In older aquariums, large nutrient depots have often formed, which can only be reduced after some time.

Check your tests with the Fauna Marin multi-reference and make sure the filter is positioned correctly.
You can also do a phosphate heat test. The use of ozone, UV, certain medications and special coral dyes can reduce the effectiveness of the bacteria on the pellets. In such a case, we would be happy to advise you individually.

How many pellets are used regularly?
In an average 1000 liter aquarium, around 500 ml of pellets are used per year. Depending on the stocking density, this amount can vary.

Some animals turn white – what is the reason?
Due to the proliferation of bacteria on the pellets, various trace substances are consumed. If there is a shortage of these, anemones and leather corals can react with a loss of color. In this case, by dosing Ultra Organic, you can replace the missing elements.

Safety note:
Keep out of reach of CHILDREN!
Avoid eye contact! If product gets into eyes, rinse with plenty of water.
Wash hands after use.
Don’t inhale
Attention irritant
Don’t swallow! If the product has been swallowed, seek medical advice – Show the doctor the label.
For use in saltwater aquariums only
Always read the label and product information before use