Fluval UVC In-Line Clarifier

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New from Fluval - cold cathode UVC clarifier to maintain clear and healthy aquarium water. Fluval UVC In-Line Clarifier.

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Fluval UVC in-line clarifier is easy to connect to most external filters with 16mm internal diameter hoses. CCFL UVC bulb is powerful and will destroy unwanted bacteria and algae. UVC has been used for decades to help keep pond water clear; now you can use the same technology to help keep your aquarium clear.

fluval uvc a203

fluval uvc clear water

Helps to maintain clear and healthy environment; keeps plants healthy; prevents green and cloudy water; reduces maintenance times and reduces stress to fish. Less water changes and algae scrapping. Can be used in fresh water or salt water aquariums. Even turtle tanks!

fluval uvc bulb

Smart design and efficient energy use of Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (CCFL) ensure long bulb life and cool running. Bulbs last for 30,000 hours; that's 20 years operation at 4 hours per day. Included is a timer to set the on time from 4 - 24hour operation. Only uses 3W of electricity.

fluval uvc fast setup

Fast and easy set up, and compact size. Can be installed in minutes. Connects to 16mm internal hose size. Multi directional.

fluval uvc bacteria

Does not harm beneficial bacteria. UVC will break up DNA of unwanted bacteria and algae to keep water clear and healthy.

fluval uvc in box

Comes with UVC unit; 4-24 hour timer; power supply; 47cm of hose and 2 x mounting screws and instructions.

  • Item # A203
  • Description UVC In-Line Clarifier
  • UPC 015561102032
  • Dimensions 6.25" L x 5" W x 2.5" H
    16 x 13 x 6.6cm
  • Net Weight 0.6 lb / 0.295 kg
  • Power Supply 100 - 240 V / 50 - 60 Hz
  • Power Consumption 3W
  • Power Cord Length 6 ft / 1.9m
  • Connection 5/8" / 16 mm hosing
  • Max. Flow Rate 245 US Gal/h / 930 L/h
  • Max. Operating Pressure 0.5 bar
  • Max. Aquarium Volume 400 L
  • 2 year warranty

fluval uvc a203


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