$499.00The Macro Algae Reactor MAR 3181 is specially constructed to cultivate algae in seawater and plants in freshwater.
The Reef Octopus Light Reactor is a natural filter which utilizes macroalgae like Chaetomorpha to absorb and remove algae-producing nutrients from your aquarium's water. As macro algae grows, it will consume nutrients in the water. Once you harvest the macro algae, the nutrients are then removed from your system.
Besides being a all natural approach to filtration, Algae reactors also provide a safe haven for copepods and Anphipods.
The Reef Octopus Light Reactor's unique triangular waterproof LED light (IP67 Certified) strip inside the reactor maximizes light exposure for the algae with 360 degree coverage, aiding growth and nutrient consumption. The close proximity of the high-output LED strip gets as much light to the macro algae as possible and quickly grows the macro algae.
Features & Benefit
Our LR Reactors are made with the most robust material to ensure that they adhere above the industry standards of keeping in shape and watertight. With our unique Triangular LEDs placement eradicating blind spots couple with optimum spectrum guarantees a quicker growth rate.
Harvest timeline can be easily controlled via the adjustable light intensifier should you wish to slow down the growth rate. Bundled with a 3 Tiers Strainer Basket to make harvesting a breeze.
Available in 2 models – LR-150, LR-200
Warranty (against manufacturing defect):
2 years* – pump motor only
1 year – all other parts
|Item No.||Product||Wet/Dry||Diameter||Footprint||Height||Tank Volume||Power（w）|
|Product||Model No.||Wet/Dry||Power||Max Head Height||Maximum Flow Rate|
Electrical or other Certification
Pumps (AQ) – CE & PSE certified
Lights – CE certified
The WaveReef algae reactor is a water filtering device which uses planting LED light to grow algae. In this process, undesirable chemicals are removed from the water. Algae reactor have allowed saltwater and freshwater aquarium, or, pond hobbyists the ability to operate their tanks the way that oceans and lakes operate: using natural filtration in the form of primary production.