Fluval Fliter Media
Fluval have been one of the most well respected names in aquarium technology for almost four decades. They came onto the scene in 1975 with a pioneering triple filtration system which set the new global standard, and they haven't looked back since. If you are looking to give your fish the most hospitable place to live, then you ought to take a look at what Fluval have to offer when it comes to filter media.
Fluval ammonia remover
Fluval's ammonia remover combines mechanical and chemical filtration to great effect. It is designed so as to effectively control the quality of your water, reducing spikes in toxic ammonia. On top of that, these filters will work to effectively remove floating particles in the water to ensure that your tank will be clear of debris such as excess food or waste.
Fluval carbon filter
If you are after a chemical filter, then you should look no further than Fluval's carbon filter. This chemical filter acts as a porous barrier that will filter out contaminants, pollutants, discolourations and odours. It provides a large surface area so that all these unwanted elements can be removed from the water effectively and efficiently. It will leave your water crystal clear, all the more sparkling to look at your colourful fish in all their glory.
Fluval nitrate remover
You will also be able to pick up some Fluval mechanical and chemical filters which have been specially designed to remove nitrates from the water. Nitrate is present to some degree in all tanks, but if you have an ineffective filter, it will reach a certain level which can cause real harm for your fish. In nature, water that your fish will be used to will generally be as low as 5ppm in nitrate. By using a nitrate filter, you can keep it down to those low levels where it will not cause stress or harm to your lovely fish. These filters can be used in freshwater and saltwater aquariums, and they will reduce the buildup of nitrate and in the process also remove any floating debris that might be caused by food, waste, or decaying plant material.