Sera Siporax 15mm 2.9kg Bucket
Sera Siporax Professional
Biologically self cleaning high performance filter medium
Open pored, three dimensional tunnel and pore structure
34 times higher breakdown performance compared to common clay filter material
Can be used in fast flux, slow flux and trickle filters as well as in all internal and external filters
Powerful filter material is required for crystal clear water and unobjectionable water parameters. sera siporax Professional with its new name (previously sera siporax) and its new packaging is exactly the right choice due to its consistency. It provides an open pored and three-dimensional tunnel and pore structure. It allows the formation of particularly powerful biofilms that grow into the tunnels and pores and cover their walls.
Not only nitrifying and denitrifying bacteria multiply within the siporax biofilms, but also those that break down organic substances. Dying bacteria therefore do not clog the pores. Until now, sera siporax Professional is the only biologically self cleaning filter medium.
It ensures the supply of the bacteria due to its functional tunnel structure. It furthermore develops its own optimal water current, so there is no problem using it in fast flux, slow flux and trickle filters.
For comparison: Compared to clay filter materials, sera siporax Professional achieves 34 times as much breakdown performance. Simple filter media consisting of ceramic or clay tubes usually have a closed surface – without an internal tunnel or pore structure. Bacteria can thus settle only on the outside. Higher filter material requirements are the consequence.
It is particularly convenient that aquarists and pond keepers can immediately start biological pollutant breakdown due to the sera filter biostart sold in combination. The included purification bacteria are simply poured onto the filter medium and settle optimally. The performance vs. price ration of sera siporax Professional is thus unsurpassed.
Important: Fish enthusiasts should only concentrate on the performance parameters when purchasing filter material. The consistency is the deciding criteria for this. It does not equal effective filtration when a manufacturer declares a large material surface. Those who choose the filter medium only by price also come to a false conclusion. If there is insufficient performance, increased maintenance effort by more frequent water changes and, correspondingly, higher water conditioner requirements must be expected. This also causes higher costs.