micron filter bag-sock for aquariums

 

Micron Filter Bags - Socks are Made in the USA 

 

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Saltwater Correct

25 Micron Filter Bag - Sock

12" x 18"

Our Price $8.99

 

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Saltwater Correct

25 Micron Filter Bag/Sock

Diamensions: 12" x 18"

Opening: Draw Tie String

Material: Thick Cross Threaded Felt


Filter socks are the most convenient form of mechanical filtration. They remove
excess food, detritus, organic waste, dust, and other particulate. Removing
these particulate from the water column will reduce the amount of organic matter
that produces ammonia and other undesirable substances in the aquarium. Filter
socks also help prevent larger objects, such as sand, crabs, snails, etc. from
damaging water pump motors. Regular filter sock usage will lower organic levels
and result in CRYSTAL CLEAR AQUARIUM WATER!

 



 

The micron filter bags/socks are the next generation of the drip pad method.

Saltwater Correct 25 micron filter bags/socks are great for wet/dry filter systems, sumps, ponds, fresh water systems and do-it-yourself filters.

The lower the micron number the more solid waste and other particulates and undesirables substances are removed to lower ammonia and phosphate values.

Saltwater Correct 25 micron filter bags/socks also helps to prevent larger objects such as sand, crabs and snail shells from clogging and or damaging your water pump impellers.

 

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The 25 micron filter bag/sock on the left is a brand new one before usage.

The 25 micron filter bag/sock on the right is one of eight that was in our aquaculture central system and was removed after 5 days of usage and is turned inside out.

The brownish coloration is the solid waste and other particulates and undesirables substances you want to be remove from your saltwater system before it has a chance to convert into ammonia and phosphates.

 

Picture gallery below is of various applications of how these micron filter bags/socks are used. 

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Picture #1 of 16:

Part of our aquaculture central system using 8-25 micron filter bags/socks

Filter bags are supported by clothespins because over the course of time the strings came out of the bags from washing and drying them.

 

Picture #2 of 16:

180 gallon reef tank sump using 1-25 micron filter bag/sock.

Filter bag/sock is connected to 2 bulk heads tied into 1 tee to hang the bag on for support.

Shortly after picture was taken, end up using 2-25 micron filter bags/socks.

 

Pictures #3 and #4 of 16:

300 gallon reef tank sumb using 6-25 micron filter bags/socks.

Sump is in the basement and the return water is pumped to the first floor.

 

Picture #5 of 16:

75 gallon reef tank sump using 1-25 micron filter bag/sock.

 

Picture #6 of 16:

180 gallon reef tank sump using 2-25 micron filter bags/socks.

Tee's are connected to each bulk head and the micron filter bags/socks are tied to the tee's for support.

 

Picture #7 of 16:

180 gallon reef tank sump using 2-25 micron filter bags/socks.

Micron filter bags/socks strings are tied to a support bar that is hanging from the ceiling of the interior aquarium stand.

 

Picture #8 of 16:

180 gallon reef tank sump using 1-25 micron filter bag/sock.

Sump is in the basement and the return water is pumped to the first floor.

 

Picture #9 thru #13 of 16:

300 gallon reef tank sum using 6-25 micron filter bags/socks.

Sump is in the basement and the return water is pumped to the first floor.

 

Picture #14 of 16:

Part of our aquaculture central system using 5-25 micron filter bags/socks

Filter bags are supported by their tie strings to the drain pipes.

 

Picture #15 of 16:

180 gallon reef tank sump using 2-25 micron filter bags/socks.

Micron filter bags/socks strings are tied to a support bar that is hanging from the ceiling of the interior aquarium stand.

 

 

Picture #16 of 16:

180 gallon reef tank sump using 2-25 micron filter bags/socks.

Micron filter bags/socks strings are tied to a support bar that is hanging from the ceiling of the interior aquarium stand.

 

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