EHEIM phosphateout 130g

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EHEIM phosphateout

Chemically acting phosphate remover inhibiting the growth of algae


EHEIM phosphateout is a special iron compound for chemical filtration. The iron binds the phosphate, removing it from the water circulation and thus reducing in stages the phosphate levels in the aquarium. In this way algae growth in the aquarium is inhibited.
If the phosphate levels and consequently the growth of algae starts to increase, this means that the filter medium is depleted and must be replaced.
EHEIM phosphateout is available for external filters in granulate form and for internal filters as a foam filter cartridge. It is free from harmful substances and suitable for fresh and marine water.

EHEIM phosphateout

Chemically acting phosphate remover inhibiting the growth of algae


EHEIM phosphateout is a special iron compound for chemical filtration. The iron binds the phosphate, removing it from the water circulation and thus reducing in stages the phosphate levels in the aquarium. In this way algae growth in the aquarium is inhibited.
If the phosphate levels and consequently the growth of algae starts to increase, this means that the filter medium is depleted and must be replaced.
EHEIM phosphateout is available for external filters in granulate form and for internal filters as a foam filter cartridge. It is free from harmful substances and suitable for fresh and marine water.

Model:EHEIM phosphateout 130g
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Depending on which type, chemical filter media control the pH-value and the water hardness...

mechanically:

No

No

Biological:

No

No

Absorptive:

No

No

Chemical:

Ja

Ja

Net bag:

No

No

Freshwater:

Yes

Yes

Sea water:

Yes

Yes

Width:

60 mm

60 mm

Height:

141 mm

177 mm

Depth:

59 mm

73 mm

Depending on which type, chemical filter media control the pH-value and the water hardness... more
"EHEIM phosphateout 130g"

Depending on which type, chemical filter media control the pH-value and the water hardness (peat) – or reduce the phosphate level and inhibit the growth of algae (phosphateout).

The pH-value of mains water lies between 7,3 and 7,8 and is therefore slightly alkaline. However, most ornamental fish require acidic water  – that is a pH-value under 7,0. EHEIM TORFpellets lower the pH-value and reduce the water hardness.

Phosphates mainly occur due to organic pollutants in the aquarium water (fish remains, fish faeces etc.) and are responsible for the growth of algae. EHEIM phosphateout binds the phosphate and removes it from the water circulation.

EHEIM phosphateout

Chemically acting phosphate remover inhibiting the growth of algae

EHEIM phosphateout is a special iron compound for chemical filtration. The iron binds the phosphate, removing it  from the water circulation and thus reducing in stages the phosphate levels in the aquarium. In this way algae growth in the aquarium is inhibited.
If the phosphate levels and consequently the growth of algae starts to increase, this means that the filter medium is depleted and must be replaced.
EHEIM phosphateout is available for external filters in granulate form and for internal filters as a foam filter cartridge. It is free from harmful substances and suitable for fresh and marine water.  

  • Phosphate remover inhibits growth of algae
  • Iron compound, free from harmful substances
  • Suitable for fresh and marine water
  • Use once (replace when the phosphate levels start to increase)
  • For external filters available in granulate form, for internal filters as a foam filter cartridge

EHEIM phosphateout for internal filters aquaball and biopower

For the internal filters aquaball and biopower there are special foam cartridges available instead of granules. They are impregnated with the iron compound which binds the phosphates. If the phosphate levels in the water start to increase, this means that the cartridge is depleted and must be replaced. 

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