Reef octopus MF800B Media Reactor



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Rated for Aquariums up to 300 Gallons

Dim: 5.5" x 5.5" | Body Diameter: 4" | Height: 19.9" Great for activated carbon, GFO and other similar medias.
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Reef Octopus MF800B Complete Media Reactor

The reef octopus mf800b...

Dim: 5.5³ x 5.5³ | Body Diameter: 4³ | Height: 19.9³ Great for activated carbon, GFO and other similar medias.

  • Includes Feed Pump
  • Easy to Set Up and Use
  • External / Internal use in Sump
  • Double Containment Plates with Sponges
  • Great for activated carbon, GFO and other similar medias

Rated for Aquariums up to 300 Gallons

Included in Box:

  • Reactor Body
  • Feed Pump OTP800 - 28watts - Max Flow 420gph
  • All Hoses & Fittings Required for Use
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