Seachem De-Nitrate Filter Media
Seachem De-Nitrate Filter Media

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Seachem De-Nitrate Filter Media

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Seachem De-Nitrate Filter Media

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Seachem De-Nitrate Filter Media

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Economical, natural, porous material with a pore distribution and geometry that promotes both aerobic nitrification within the first few millimeters of depth and anaerobic denitrification at the core.

  • High porosity filtration product for removing nitrates from aquarium water
  • Primary mechanism of nitrate removal is anaerobic denitrification
  • Does not require special feeding or other care to be effective
  • Can be used in all types of filters where a slower flow is optimal
  • Fresh and saltwater safe
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  • SKU2265635
  • Primary BrandSeachem
  • Weight7 OZ
  • Days to ShipShips Next Business Day

Seachem De-Nitrate Filter Media is an economical, natural, porous material with a pore distribution and geometry that promotes both aerobic nitrification within the first few millimeters of depth and anaerobic denitrification at the core. The material has a high surface area and supports a high density of bacteria. Although Seachem De-Nitrate has the capacity to trap nitrate, this as well as other nitrate retaining materials such as certain zeolites and synthetic resins, is quite limited and the primary mechanism of nitrate removal is anaerobic.