$$94.99In stockWater Clarifiers \ CrystalClear Polish Activated Carbon21100000
CC090-15
Airmax Polish AC, Activated Carbon, 15 lbs
CrystalClear Polish AC is bituminous coal that has been exposed to extreme heat, which activates the carbon giving it powerful absorbing powers. The billions of pores within the carbon act as hundreds of sponges soaking in many pond pollutants such as tannins, ammonia, nitrite and nitrate. The result is a polished, healthy pond environment. ...
AirmaxPolish AC, Activated Carbon, 15 lbs

Airmax

Airmax Polish AC, Activated Carbon, 15 lbs

$94.99

Item #: CC090-15

Mfg Part #: 21100000

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CrystalClear Polish AC is bituminous coal that has been exposed to extreme heat, which activates the carbon giving it powerful absorbing powers. The billions of pores within the carbon act as hundreds of sponges soaking in many pond pollutants such ... read more
  • Removes tannins, chlorine and odor
  • Polishes water & removes microscopic debris
  • Removes harmful ammonia, nitrite & nitrate
  • Includes (1) mesh application bag
  • 15lb pail treats 6,000 gallons for up to 3 months
Specifications
Manufacturer
CrystalClear
Material Type
Other
Model
CC090-15
WARRANTY
3 Year Shelf Life
General
Brand
Airmax
Item #
CC090-15
Mfg Part #
21100000
Dimensions (L/W/H)
10.75x10x15.55
Weight
18 lbs
MSRP
$94.99
Description

CrystalClear Polish AC is bituminous coal that has been exposed to extreme heat, which activates the carbon giving it powerful absorbing powers. The billions of pores within the carbon act as hundreds of sponges soaking in many pond pollutants such as tannins, ammonia, nitrite and nitrate. The result is a polished, healthy pond environment. Replace bag with new Polish AC carbon every 3 months. It is important to maintain fresh activated carbon especially throughout the spring and summer season when pond pollutants are at their highest levels.

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