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Hiatt Filtration: The Most Powerfull Aquarium Filter!

Submitted by on March 23, 2010 – 9:07 amNo Comment

You might have noticed, that we have recently opened a small store on I have been busy with this project for the last month or so and I am glad to tell you that it is now open!

Our most poppular product is by far our Hiatt Filtration System that remove Nitrate & Phosphate in fresh and saltwater aquariums. I should also mention that when using this system, one can cycle a fish tank in no more than 24!

This system just is Awesome! It reduces the need for water change and make fish keeping much easier. We say it’s a “filtration system” but is actually a filtration media (Tri-Base Pelletized Carbon) and a bacteria starter (Right Now Bacteria) we can use in most canister or hang-on filter.

Great videos & reviews

Have a look at the following links and videos where you can see this system in action.

A review of this system on FishLore
A JBJ 28g using this system
A 2,600g tank using this system
A 1,000g tank using this system
A 25g reef tank using this system
I didn’t find any exemple of this system on a freshwater tank. As soon as I find one, I’ll post it here. This filtration system works well in both fresh and saltwater aquariums.

Here you can see the filter in action on a saltwater SPS tank. (you may want to turn your volume down a little)

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