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  1. Deal of the Day - Activated Carbon 10kg Bags. Today only 1/2 price only $25.00 !! Link - Age of Aquariums - Activated Carbon 10kg Activated Pelletized Carbon is a cylindrical-shaped carbon made from a carefully selected grade of coal. It is pelletized under rigidly controlled conditions using a high quality binder. This activated carbon possesses high mechanical strength and lends itself well to numerous cycles of regeneration. Its shape offers a low flow resistance. Ben
  2. I have an internal filter that allows for small cartridges of activated carbon to be inserted above the sponge. Will this carbon rob the tank of the micro-nutrients that I add to feed the aquarium plants? Like the copper, boron, iron, etc...
  3. Hi All. $18.00 per bag Today only for QLDAF members ( Bargain ). Link - Age of Aquariums - Activated Carbon 5kg Ben
  4. so ive always been told not to use carbon as it removes to many minerals and general hardness from the water. After reading through many tropical fish hobbyist magazines just about every planted hobbyist is using activated carbon in their filtration some of these magazines are close to ten years old.... i just use macropore white for clarity.. i have bulk amounts of AC from work i could use as opposed to paying for media just like to hear everyones opinions
  5. I have two aquatopia internal filters, one small one in my daughters tank and another in my tank along with a canister filter. My question is how long will the carbon last? Can I simply rinse the sponge (which is hollowed out and filled with carbon) out in tank water and reuse, or does it only last a certain amount of time?
  6. Just curious if activated carbon would remove a tap water conditioner (for removing chlorine)?
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