The Eazy Filter and K1 Media
The Eazy is a stainless steel vessel containing a set volume of K1 Micro media, which is located inside the inner chamber of the Nexus™. After water enters the Eazy chamber, it rotates with a downward motion drawing larger solids to settle in the bottom of the filter. The outer chamber of the Nexus™ includes K1 Media. While the inner chamber handles mechanical filtration, the outer chamber is where biological treatment occurs. Different strains of beneficial bacteria reside in the K1 media. These bacteria convert ammonia and nitrites into harmless nitrates. This reduces the levels of toxic ammonia and nitrites in the pond, improving overall fish and plant health.
How the Nexus™ Filter Works
Water from the pond enters the Nexus™ via the inlet into the inner chamber, which works as a vortex allowing larger solids to settle out. Water then passes through the grills into the stainless steel Eazy filter, where finer particles are removed thanks to the static bed of K1 Micro Media. This mechanically clean water then passes to the outer chamber, where the K1 Media moving bed completes biological treatment. Water then passes through the exit grill into the outlet, returning to the pond
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