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Rein-Biotech Services 20-01-2013 02:45 AM

Trial call for BIO-MOTION
 
We have 20 x 1L of BIOMOTION, latest product from BIOHOME for interested bros to trial and provide us a simple feedback after using. Any interested pls provide your details, your aquatic system you like to test on, and email to sales@reinbiotech.com

All information will be kept strictly private. Collection of trial samples will be announced later. If there's more than 20 participants, we will decide the final 20 we like to start the trial with. Here is the write-up for BIOMOTION.Closing Date for applivation is Monday 21st Jan.

Thanks in advance for your interest and participation.

What is BIOMOTION

BIOMOTION is the latest addition to the "Biohome" brand sintered glass filter media product range. It is a unique sintered glass which allows beneficial bacteria to form and colonise at a much faster rate than on plastic media. Unlike other sintered glass filter media, BIOMOTION is very light, and is the first specifically designed sintered glass filter media made to work in a moving bed filter.


How to use

BIOMOTION can be used in canister, overhead, internal (multi chamber), trickle tower and moving bed filters. If you want to DIY, BIOMOTION can be easily moved by a regular aquarium air pump in a small conical style (bottle type) home-made aquarium filter.

Watch “How to make an excellent moving bed filter" using BIOMOTION by Tyne Valley Aquatics - http://youtu.be/dIoOfgZnqFo

In a pond filter chamber or the sump of a large aquarium filter, a larger air pump or small powerhead pump should be used to move the media. Bio Motion is biological media and especially if used as static media, good mechanical filtration like filter wool to remove any heavy muck particles should always be used to avoid clogging of the smaller holes.

Like all Biohome brand sintered glass media, BIOMOTION will last a long time. With excessive movement the lifespan will shorten and to minimise wear in aquaria we would suggest leaving not more than 20% of volume space in the filter chamber.

Approx 200ml of BIOMOTION can be used to treat 100 litres of water. It can act as a main or secondary bio-filter. BIOMOTION used in moving bed filters requires NO cleaning.

How it works

BIOMOTION is made of sintered glass (silica) a natural surface on which beneficial bacteria can form and colonise at a much faster rate than on plastic media. It normally takes BIOMOTION around 21-42 DAYS to colonise, compared to plastics’ 6-20 WEEKS.

The available surface area for colonisation of bacteria of BIOMOTION is 10x-50x greater than plastic media and with use this actually INCREASES as the outer surface wears and the inner surfaces are exposed giving a massive inner structure for the colonisation of new bacteria, this process will continue through its working life which can be extended indefinitely by the addition of new media to compensate for any wear over a period of years.


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Steven87 20-01-2013 03:01 AM

Hi i am interested. Emailed you

No78 20-01-2013 03:31 AM

Like to try on this . Email send .

Cheers .

sbtanpatrick 20-01-2013 10:09 AM

Would like to try out this new product too...will drop u an email...

Thank you....

gan77 20-01-2013 10:18 AM

Boss, would like to try this out too...Emailed you shortly.

Thanks

Yuna 20-01-2013 10:28 AM

Emailed u too

Chee 20-01-2013 10:42 AM

Hi, emailed you. Thanks

Rein-Biotech Services 20-01-2013 10:53 AM

thanks guys!

Qimfal 20-01-2013 11:09 AM

Sample
 
Emailed u too.tks

henRee! 20-01-2013 12:11 PM

Emailed you,thank you.


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