Protect your reef and saltwater systems with natural, safe and effective ozone antimicrobial disinfection
Aquariums and ozone can be related in the context of water treatment and maintenance. Ozone is a powerful oxidizing agent and disinfectant that is used in various industries, including aquarium keeping, to maintain water quality and eliminate harmful substances.
In aquariums, ozone is sometimes employed as a supplement to regular filtration systems to control water parameters and reduce the levels of organic compounds, such as ammonia and nitrites, that can be harmful to fish and other aquatic organisms.
Benefits of Ozone in Aquariums: Ozone treatment can offer several benefits in aquariums, including:
- Improved Water Clarity: Ozone can help remove organic compounds that cause water discoloration and cloudiness, leading to clearer and aesthetically pleasing water.
- Enhanced Water Quality: Ozone aids in the breakdown of organic waste, such as fish waste and uneaten food, reducing the levels of ammonia and nitrite in the aquarium water. This can contribute to a healthier and more stable environment for the aquatic life.
- Pathogen Control: Ozone is effective in neutralizing bacteria, viruses, and parasites, reducing the risk of disease transmission among the aquarium inhabitants.
Poseidon Ozone Generators
If you’re looking to enhance the quality of your aquarium tank water with a system that improves visibility; boosts your overall viewing capabilities; preserves and brightens vibrant colors; and helps develop a healthier environment for aquatic inhabitants, look no further than Poseidon.
- Easy to maintain
- Cost effective and easy to setup
- Safe to use
- Adjustable output
- Perfect to maintain healthy reef and saltwater systems
Air Dryer Series
Incredible quality and value in an ozone feed air treatment line that provides flawless service and performance. The air dryer line removes moisture from the air going into the ozone generator while dry air reduces the buildup of nitric acid in the ozone generator to increase ozone production.
Whether operating a negative pressure (protein skimmer) or positive pressure (ozone reactor) aquatics environment, knowing the volume of air drawn through your ozone generator is integral to understanding how the generator is performing. Using a flowmeter ensures the proper airflow is being pulled through the system enabling optimal ozone production.