JBL AquaEx Set 10-35
Gravel cleaner for nano aquariums

  • Small but powerful gravel cleaner for the siphoning of waste in small aquariums
  • Use: hold the gravel cleaner into the water, briefly suck in down the hose once and the water flows into the bucket. Immerse gravel cleaner into the substrate and the suction removes waste from the bottom
  • The square cross section also enables you to siphon waste in the aquarium corners
  • Removable protective sieve to prevent plants, shrimps and fish from being sucked in
  • Package contents: 1 gravel cleaner Aqua Ex Set. Ø 35 mm, 12.5 cm height, incl. 1.5 m hose (9/12 mm)
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Dirt on the bottom
Food and plant remains and metabolic products form debris at the bottom of the aquarium (sludge). When there is an oxygen deficiency in the aquarium the sludge at the bottom can start to putrefy. Putrefaction endangers the health of the aquarium inhabitants. It is therefore advisable to clean the bottom regularly. We recommend you change a third of the water every two weeks.

Easy to use
Connect the hose to the gravel cleaner using the connection element. Hold the gravel cleaner in the water and shortly prime by mouth once. After that the gradient will cause the water to flow and create suction in the gravel cleaner. Move the gravel cleaner inch by inch through the gravel of the aquarium bottom.

Cleans thoroughly
The small square cross section enables you to clean places which are difficult to reach.

Safe operation
Thanks to the built-in protective sieve it is impossible for fish, shrimps or plants to be sucked in.

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JBL AquaEx Set 10-35

Art. no.:
6141800
EAN Code:
4014162614186
Ø:
35 mm
Length:
125 mm
Volume packaging:
1.600 l
Gross weight:
222.000 g
Net weight:
162 g
Weight factor:
1000
Size(l/h/w):
50/265/120 mm
FAQ
What am I doing wrong? JBL AquaEx Set 20-45 sucks in the substrate and clogs up the sieve in just seconds.

A substrate, e.g.: Manado is a rather light substrate. If it is sucked in by the gravel cleaner, it is recommended to reduce the water current as a remedial action.

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