Bashsea Introduces 2nd Generation Media Chamber

23 Dec, 2015

Bashsea's 2nd Generation Multipurpose Media Chamber.

Bashsea’s 2nd Generation Multipurpose Media Chamber.

via Bashsea

Introducing Bashsea Multipurpose Media Chamber, 2nd Generation

Stemming off our original from seven years ago is now redesigned and refined. It’s simply the strongest most diverse multipurpose aquarium media chamber on the market. No other brand can state the following:

  • Fully CNC machine base and top flange with a proprietorial gluing method for a lifetime of leak free use under the extreme conditions of marine aquarium use
  • New lasered top plate with our ” blade” design making it literally a one handed job to remove the top to get into the main body
  • Extra thick 3/16″ CNC groove o-ring
  • Solid 1″ thick media barrier sponge that will not deteriorate or flatten over time
  • Laser cut cast acrylic top and bottom stop plate with our new spin design completely eliminating any water channeling and giving max surface area to reduce clogging and time between routine maintenance, with our added laser cut gripper to make removing all reactor contents quick and easy
  • Lastly we are the ONLY company that anneals every single reactor we make for 48 hours in our oven which takes our already over-built reactors and turns them bullet proof!!

All of this and still made 100% in the USA from the finest materials offered. Check out www.bashsea.com to see what all the buzz is about and everything Bashsea!

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Reef to Rainforest Media, LLC is the publisher of award-winning magazines and books in the fields of aquarium keeping, aquatics, and marine science. It is the English-language publisher of CORAL and AMAZONAS Magazines and is based in Shelburne, Vermont, USA.

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