How To: Replace a UV light in a Tetra External UV Clarifier How To: Replace a UV light in a Tetra External UV Clarifier Designed to eliminate that unsightly green or pea soup colored water. How it works, water is pushed through the clarifier via a pump and the high intensity UV light kills off the microscopic algae cells that form green water.
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How To: Replace a UV light in a Tetra External UV Clarifier

How To: Replace a UV light in a Tetra External UV Clarifier

Designed to eliminate that unsightly green or pea soup colored water. How it works, water is pushed through the clarifier via a pump and the high intensity UV light kills off the microscopic algae cells that form green water. Remember, a UV clarifier is only designed as an enhancement to your existing pond filtration, not a means to total filtration.

Article Posted: 02/08/2017 09:00:07 AM

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