Aquarium External Canister Filter Aqua Fish Tank UV Light with Media Kit 1850L/H
1850L/H | 3 Stage Filtration | UV Light
Use a multi-level approach to filtration and filter your tank water with our Giantz Aquarium Filter. This external filter is designed to be positioned outside of the tank and draw water into the filter through an inlet tube and return the water via an outlet tube.
Suitable for both freshwater and saltwater aquariums sized up to 350 litres, this type of external filter avoids the need for an unsightly filter inside the tank. It runs on 35W power for energy-efficient operation and has a flow rate of up to 1850L/h. The 3-level stackable filter design means you can create a filtration system to suit your needs, by using all or some tiers and filling with your preferred media (bonus media included). Designed with a tight cap lock with no need to worry about leaks and coming with a full set of accessories, it is very easy to set up without any specialised tools required.
Once you start filtering your tank, you will begin to see clearer and purer waters and be able to take active control over your water characteristics. Best of all, it has a built-in UV steriliser light to expose passing water to lethal doses of ultraviolet and effectively kill many microorganisms.
Efficient external filter with up to 1850L/h flow rate
UV light sterilization to eliminate harmful microbes
Suits both freshwater and saltwater aquariums
Suitable for aquarium tanks of up to 350 litres
Ultra-fine 3-stage filtering basket
Bonus filter media: Bio-ball, ceramic rings and active carbon – RRP $59
Low power consumption
Tight cap lock to prevent leakage
Complete set of accessories: Pump, hoses, pipes and media
Easy-install inlet and outlet connectors with flow control switch
Filter power: 35W
UV power: 9W
Maximum height: 2m
Flow rate: Up to 1850L/h
Inlet size: 16mm
Outlet size: 22mm
Hose size: 2x φ1.5cm x 180cm
Overall dimensions: 26.5cm x 26.5cm x 43cm
1 x External Filter
1 x Filter Media
1 x Pipe Set
2 x Hose
This item will be shipped from Melbourne.