Felt Filter Sock 7 x 16in with Plastic Ring



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100 Micron Polyester Filter Sock w/Plastic Ring

IMPORTANT: These socks are NOT intended to be used on IceCap Sumps.   
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Filter Sock Felt with a Plastic Ring

The initial step in the filtering procedure for an aquarium is the use of filter socks. They should be installed so that water from the tank is filtered into the filter sock before dirt, food waste, and other minute particles are removed from the aquarium's water. By getting rid of the surplus waste that may otherwise fragment in the system, this considerably improves the quality of the water and helps minimize maintenance of pumps, reducing the need for sump cleaning, as well as less impact on biological filtration. In addition, organic waste that produces nitrate and ammonia won't become a problem if the filters are used frequently and rotated. Important This socks is not intended for use in IceCap Sumps.A
0.25 lbs
16 × 7 × 7 in


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