JBL Artemio 1
Breeding container to extend the ArtemioSet

  • Home-grown Artemia Nauplii in 24-48 hours: breeding container without air pump and hose.
  • Assemble breeding container and, if wished, attach to additional stands via bayonet catch. Air hose can be connected from one breeding container to the next
  • Additional aeration device for staggering the setting up times of several breeding containers: a continual supply of live food for sensitive young fish
  • Fixed installation: stand to connect to other breeding containers. Optional wall mounting.
  • Package contents: 1 breeding container to extend the ArtemioSet. Incl. 1 funnel shaped breeding container with dome cover, 1 stand with screws
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Price: 40,85 €
Recommended retail price incl. VAT
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Product information

Fish love a varied diet
An unbalanced fish diet can lead long term to deficiency symptoms, diseases and fatty degeneration of organs. Provide your aquarium dwellers with a varied died in the form of live food. When catching or purchasing live food there is a risk of introducing bacteria and parasites into the aquarium.

Producing your own live food has many advantages:
• Free of parasites
• Rich in fibre & healthy
• No need to catch in ponds
• Promotes the fish's hunting instinct
• Increases spawning readiness
• Simple, quick and convenient
• Cheap alternative to frozen food
• It’s fun to do it yourself

Easy application
Fix the breeding container on the ArtemioSet stand. Connect the breeding container to the air forwarding device.
1 spoonful of Artemia eggs (JBL ArtemioPur) contains approx. 0.3 g Artemia eggs. 2-3 spoons of Artemia eggs are added to the JBL culture device per batch.


JBL Artemio 1 (extension)

Art. no.:
EAN Code:
1 funnel
Volume packaging:
5.1 l
Gross weight:
698 g
Net weight:
502 g
Weight factor:
Packaging dimensions (l/h/w):
140/342/140 mm


Animal species: Barbels, Bettas, Cichlids (South America), Danions, Flowerhorn, Gobies, Goldfish, Gouramis, Guppy, Juvenile fish, Killifish, Livebearers, Loaches, Rainbowfish, Tetra, Veiltails
Animal size: 1 - 4 cm
Animal age group: Small and medium-sized aquarium fish
Volume habitat: For all aquariums
Material: plastic (ABS) / plastic (nylon)
Feed type: Artemia
Colour: transparent / black

Electronic label / illuminant

Mercury: No
Dimmable: No

Technical Data

Height:420 mm
Length:120 mm
Width:120 mm
How can I remove the hose from the device?

At first the air hoses and special CO2 hoses can easily be pushed on the connection piece. The hoses harden more and more as the months go on and can only be removed from the connection piece using great force. If you pull the hose hard it will only strain the connection, which could, in the worst case, even break off. Instead cut the hoses you want to remove laterally at the ends and carefully remove them. For this it’s always advisable to install hoses with some reserve in its hose length.

How can I remove the lids of the JBL Artemio sets and the JBL Artemio 1 easily while reducing wear ?

To remove the lid of the Artemio reactor more easily and thus protect the sealing we recommend greasing the lid with JBL Silicone Spray. Thus the lid is easier to remove and the sealing is treated with care.

JBL ArtemioSet, JBL Artemio 3: Why doesn't the water from the breeding reactor flow through the fine sieve?

At the beginning, you may actually find that the water from the breeding reactor is not flowing through the fine sieve. This can happen when

- a fresh, dry sieve is used for the first time,
- a used sieve that has not been rinsed properly is used,
- a sieve that is dried out is used.

Possible remedies:

1) Moisten the sieve on both sides beforehand to remove the air from the pores so that the water can flow through freely. 2) Tap on the underside of the sieve. This contact causes the water to be drawn through the sieve and the effect to spread across the surface of the sieve.

This is due to the sieve's fine structure with a mesh size of 150 µm and the so-called cohesion of the water molecules. Water molecules combine to form larger units (clusters), which is why water is liquid between 0 °C and 100 °C. Otherwise, it would be gaseous. When you have a fine, dry sieve, the cohesion prevents the water from passing through initially, because the pores are still filled with air. By contrast, when you have a moist sieve or have established contact on the underside, a suction effect occurs which breaks up the clusters, thereby permitting water to flow through the sieve.

The reactor of the JBL Artemio Set or JBL Artemio 1 is constantly clogged by a drop of salt. Is that normal?

This only happens when the hose is immersed in the salt mixture that has been added or if the power supply is interrupted for an extended period of time so that the water was able to flow back into the hose.

Tip when using: Before you fasten the lid on the Artemio, turn on the air pump. Then, when the air tube is immersed in the water with the mixture, which may not have dissolved yet, the exiting air will prevent JBL Artemio Mix or JBL Artemio Sal and JBL Artemio Pur from settling in the air tube and forming a salt plug.

The sealing ring on the lid of the JBL Artemio Set or JBL Artemio 1always pops off when I try to put it on.

It is advisable to push the sealing ring behind 2 or 3 of the mount and to then slip the other part onto the guide. Afterwards, pull the sealing ring over each of the two mounts, one after the other. This way, it is then positioned on the guide.

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Customer reviews


Overall rating: 4.9
12 public review(s) for this product.

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12 Reviews in other languages

P. Pfeiffer - German

K. Buchgeister - German

Klasse Erweiterung für das Komplett-Set.

Bei mir laufen beide Trichter im Dauereinsatz für meine Diskus Aufzucht.

aquaristik_influencer - German

Bester Artemia Aufzucht Kegel für nauplien

ich verwende diesen Kegel sehr gerne für die Aufzucht meiner Skalare Zucht

D. Zager - German

Perfekt zur Erweiterung zur artemia Zucht

M. Zander - German

Es ist einfach Perfekt um Futter für meine Quallen auszubrüten. Es wird nicht die letzte Erweiterung sein. JBL steht für Qualität. Klare Empfehlungen von mister_qualle

aqua_aktiv - German

Es ist sehr gut geeignet um das vollständige Set zu erweitern.

betta.marcel - German

Ich habe 2 Stationen parallel laufen. Die Artemia setze ich einen Tag versetzt an. So kann ich täglich aus einem Behälter "ernten" und der Ansatz hatte etwa 48h Stunden Zeit, sodass fast alle Artemien geschlüpft sind.

Praktisch finde ich das Einhaken der Erweiterungen. Sieht gleich ordentlicher aus ;)

aquarium.meer91 - German

Eine super Erweiterung die man problemlos an das Artemio Set anschließen kann, so hat man immer frisches Lebendfutter.

bennys riff welt - German

ich habe mir das vor Kurzen erst als Erweiterung geholt. ich bin immer noch voll Happy und überlege mir noch eine Erweiterung da bei zu holen Daum Hoch

A. Lübke - German

Ich hatte bis letzten Sommer 3 dieser Behälter + einen vierten aus dem großen Set. Die Behälter funktionieren sehr zuverlässig. Das Volumen könnte etwas üppiger bemessen sein, die Dichtungsringe lassen sich oftmals richtig schwer neu aufziehen und springen immer wieder ab, wenn man da nachbessern würde, wäre das klasse.

Die Luftschläuche saugen sich am Deckel meist so fest, dass man sie nur gewaltsam entfernt bekommt, eine Kupplung wäre hier echt sinnvoll und die Röhrchen setzen sich unten gern mit Salzkrusten zu. Bei einem Konkurrenzprodukt gibt es Ausströmer aus Kunststoff dazu, damit passiert das nicht. Vielleicht einfach mal abgucken.

Nach Verlust meiner vier Behälter sind immerhin schon wieder zwei neue angeschafft. Weitere zwei werden sicher noch folgen, wenn wieder gezüchtet werden kann.

samija_aquaristik - German

Genau wie das Artemio Set an sich natürlich eine perfekte Erweiterung. Klappt auch ohne Probleme, mit mehreren Trichtern. Tipp: Mit einem pneumatischen Schnellsteckverbinder klappt auch das Abstöpseln supereinfach ;-)

malawiaddiction - German

Schnelle und Vor allem Saubere und Unkomplizierte Zucht von Artemia Krebsen, sie Schlüpfen bei guter Durchlüftung und Temperatur in 24 Stunden.

Somit habe ich immer Nachschub für meine Nachzuchten die die Artemia Nauplien Dankend annehmen und mit einem schnellem Wachstum belohnen, auch die Färbung der Tiere wird gefördert.

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