JBL Symec XL
Coarse filter wool for aquarium filters to remove of all types of water cloudiness

  • Fast removal of all types of cloudiness in freshwater and marine aquariums: coarse filter wool for aquarium filters
  • Easy to use: select quantity of wool (suitable for all filters) as required. Insert as last filter stage. Removal required when water flow rate decreases.
  • Crystal-clear water: filters off all types of cloudiness and particles. Although rinsing is possible we recommend exchanging it instead
  • No release of pollutants and fibres – fully synthetic, residue-free filter wool
  • Contents: 1 pack of coarse filter wool for aquarium filters
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6,60
basic price 2.64 EUR / 100 g
Recommended retail price incl. VAT
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Product information

Clean and healthy water
Plant and food remains and metabolic substances lead to a deterioration of the quality of the water in the aquarium. Good water quality is necessary for healthy fish and plants. This can be achieved with various filters and filter materials. The filters suck in the aquarium water and remove the pollution and waste materials with the filter material from the water.

Easy to use
Put corresponding amount of filter wool as last filter stage into the filter. Avoid gaps between the inner wall and filter.

Can be used without fear of side effects
No release of pollutants into the aquarium thanks to residue-free wool.

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Details

JBL Symec XL Filter floss 250 g, green

Art. no.:
6232500
EAN Code:
4014162623256
Content:
250 g
Volume packaging:
7 l
Gross weight:
256 g
Net weight:
250 g
Weight factor:
1000
Packaging dimensions (l/h/w):
100/350/200 mm

Properties

Animal species: Terrapins, Tropical Terrapins, Turtles, koi, Tetras, Barbels, Danionins, Livebearers, Cichlids - Small “Predators”, Cichlids - Algae Eaters, Cichlids - Large “Predators”, Labyrinth Fish, Goldfish, Veiltails, Catfish, Loaches, Blowfish, Spiny eels & Reedfish, Butterflyfish & Panchaxes, Killifish & Rainbowfish, Juvenile Fish, Silver arowana, Axolotl, Shrimps and dwarf crayfish, Discus fish, Marine fish, Corals, Crustaceans, Guppy, fighting fish, Flowerhorn cichlids, shrimps, cichlids: angelfish, discus, snails, molluscs, Axolotl (cool waters), newts (cool waters), sterlets
Animal size: For all animal sizes
Animal age group: All aquarium fish
Volume habitat: For all aquariums
Material: Polyester
Colour: green

Electronic label / illuminant

Mercury: No
Dimmable: No

Technical Data

Height:350 mm
Length:200 mm
Width:100 mm
FAQ
In which filter stage is filter floss placed in the internal and external filter?

Filter floss can clog up quickly and absorb the finest turbidity particles, so it needs to be replaced when the water flow rate decreases. To ensure that the filter remains unaffected when it is being replaced and that the other filter media can do their job properly, coarse and fine filter floss (JBL Symec and JBL Symec XL) should always be placed in the last stage (please consider water flow) before the outlet.

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