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Acurel Nitrate Reducing Pad

Acurel Nitrate Reducing Pad
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Polyfiber aquarium filter media pad infused with a nitrate reducer
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Reduces aquarium nitrate levels while providing mechanical filtration
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Cut to custom fit any filter - great for freshwater or marine aquariums

Keep difficult-to-reduce nitrate levels within safe levels with ease. Acurel Nitrate Reducing Pad is a rigid polyfiber pad infused with a fast-acting nitrate reducer that provides a simple and budget-friendly solution to reducing aquarium nitrate levels. Gray 1/2" thick pad quickly traps unsightly free-floating debris, while quickly reducing and maintaining nitrates to safe levels. Also promotes beneficial bacteria colonies for improved aquarium water quality. Great for use in freshwater and saltwater aquariums.

Simply cut Acurel Nitrate Reducing Pad to fit any hang-on aquarium filters, canister filters, internal filters, wet/dry filters, as well as pond filtration units. Replace after roughly 3 weeks of use. Acurel Nitrate Reducing Pad measures 18" x 10" x 1/2" thick.

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High aquarium nitrate levels can cause a variety of issues for your fish including stress, lower immunity, decreased ability to reproduce, and promote algae growth. Acurel Nitrate Reducing Pad will maintain safe nitrate levels in your aquarium or pond water, ultimately helping to increase your fishes' life span.

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Acurel Nitrate Reducing Pad can be used in fresh or saltwater aquariums or ponds.

Simply cut to fit any aquarium or pond filtration unit including hang-on filters, canister filters, top filters, internal filters, wet/dry filters and more.

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