New sera siporax Nitrate-minus Professional Biomedia

27 Apr, 2022

sera's new siporax Nitrate-minus Professional is a new twist on the classic siporax sintered glass biological filter media. Each siporax tube is now encased in a slow-release carbon source that fuels the growth and function of nitrate-reducing bacteria.
sera’s new siporax Nitrate-minus Professional is a new twist on the classic siporax sintered glass biological filter media. Each siporax tube is now encased in a slow-release carbon source that fuels the growth and function of nitrate-reducing bacteria.

via sera

Heinsberg, Germany – sera siporax Nitrate-minus Professional is the new high-performance filter medium within the siporax family by sera for biological nitrate breakdown with parallel breakdown of nitrite and ammonium.

sera’s siporax Nitrate-Minus Professional packaging.

A biopolymer sphere specially matched to the unique siporax tube provides several positive properties at once and optimizes the biological and mechanical processes in aquarium filters. It serves as a reliable and safe carbon source for the bacteria that break down nitrate. The special construction of the sphere optimizes the water flow and thus improves the substance transport into the internal siporax tube. sera siporax Nitrate-minus Professional is an almost maintenance-free and, above all, long-lived filter medium. The number of water changes can also be reduced. Depending on dosage and application, nitrate can be removed entirely.

The new biological filter medium is ideally suited for the first setup in new filters, and at the same time also can be used for optimization in running systems. It can be combined with already present siporax products and enhances pollutants breakdown there as well by providing carbon.

The biopolymer spheres can be broken down biologically. They are utilized by the bacteria without remainders. The remaining siporax rings can of course remain in the filter and topped up with new siporax Nitrate-minus.

Further information: www.sera-usa.com

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Editor’s note: We have confirmed with sera that siporax Nitrate-minus can be used in both freshwater and marine applications.

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