How it works
A calcium reactor is essentially a chamber full of aragonite, which is the crushed skeleton of ancient hard corals. Aquarium water is pumped through this chamber along with pressurized carbon dioxide (CO2). The CO2 lowers the pH in the chamber to an acidic level which dissolves aragonite media into the aquarium water. In addition to dissolving the calcium, this process also dissolves nearly all the minerals and trace elements the coral used in order to grow.
Automated Calcium and Alkalinity supplementation - When set up properly and used correctly, a calcium reactor can maintain or increase calcium levels with little to no maintenance.
Rated for Aquariums up to 150 Gallons
Footprint: 9.5? x 7.5? | Body Diameter: 4? | Height: 20?
Recirculation Pump: OTP 1000
- Reverse flow and CO2 Recirculating Design
- Auto Fill Bubble Counter
- Probe Holder w/Plug*
- Easy to Remove Lid
- Precision Effluent Control Valve
- Solid Construction
- 1/4"quick connect fittings
- 1-year Manufacturer`s Pump Warranty
* Does not include PH probe.
- 150 Gallon – Light Demand | 125 Gallon – Medium Demand | 90 Gallon – Heavy Demand
- Body Size: 4?
- Footprint: 9.5? x 7.5?
- Total Height: 20?
- Inlet Size: 1/4"
- Max Feed Rate: 150GPH
Note: Suggest a feed pressure slightly higher than a full flowing influent
Recirculation Pump Information
Warranty - 1 year manufacturer`s warranty on pump and 1 year on reactor body