Features and Benefits

• Automatic self-cleaning Purge Filter system

• Virtually maintenance free filter – set it and forget it

• Traps dirt particles and breaks down ammonia and nitrite

• Automatically changes water

• No additional or replacement media ever necessary

• Removes organic waste before system enters the nitrogen cycle

• Lowers nitrate levels and buffers pH

• Improves fish health and lowers fish mortality by up to 80%

What is the Purge Filter?

The Purge Filter is a revolutionary patent pending, virtually maintenance free filtration system that challenges traditional labour-intensive filtration methods. We wanted to address the issue of labour intensive system cleaning in our customer's stores and after many years of research, we have a product that truly revolutionises the industry.

How does it work?

Designed to fit on the back of our fish racks the Purge Filter automatically purges waste from the system on a programmable timer and filters out all impurities and detritus. It does this using a new form of bio media; the K1 micro media which has been tested extensively by the IFTS (Institut de la Filtration et des Techniques Séperatives) who are the leading independent accredited laboratory in Europe who specialise in water filtration. The test proved that the Purge Filter successfully reduced turbidity by up to 93.7% and reduced system power consumption.

The pressure of the water flowing through the system also cleans the filtration media and backwashes the waste making it a fully autonomous system as well as reducing water consumption, chemical usage, and heating.

Why you need the Purge Filter

Ultimately, though, the Purge Filter will save a shop money by reducing staff labour considerably with many colleagues spending upwards of an hour a day cleaning fish habitats. In expansive trials with real-world customers installing the purge filter significantly reduced fish mortality by maintaining a clean and stable environment. The Purge Filter is a must-have for your fish racks.

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