"Green Killing Machine 24W" Drop-In Suction Cup Installation, Fully Enclosed Bulb, Bacteria-Killing Full UV Sterilizer Kit for Crystal Clear Water and Parasite Management (for Freshwater and Saltwater Aquariums up to 120 Gallons┃comes with Pump)
Item Number: AAAS-GKM24W
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Main Function: Eliminate excessive bacteria from clouding the aquarium water into a green smog, and kill pathogens and pests from infecting our livestock
Bulb Replacements include Full Housing Replacement, ensuring never having to touch or handle UV bulb to protect user, plastic guard remains strong against UV's upon replacement, and simple pull-off disassembly turns bulb changes into a few second project
Each Bulb Housing is rated for a max of 9000 hours of continuous use
Two Tides has seen the bulbs last around 6-9 months, and we strongly recommend them to be changed every 6 months to maintain optimum and safe operation
Drop-In Submersible Installation creates a Plug-n-Place 5-10 minute full installation process
Patented Direct UV to Water Contact Housing is the only sterilizer design that passes water directly past the UV bulb
Peak efficiency means that the bulb does not need to be on as much to do its job, increasing both energy savings and bulb longevity
Drastically cuts down on sterilization period to clear water multiple times faster (generally 4-7 days from completely green to crystal clear)
Circular Internal Water Flow Pattern creates longest possible contact time between bacteria and UV's
Included Pump and Pipe Plumbing mean no tools, no external pipes, and no plumbing installation
Pump rated for optimal use and bacteria-killing time
LED Indicator Module visually alerts when UV bulb needs to be replaced, further lessens contact time between the user and the UV bulb, and eliminates the need to look at the bulb chamber to see if it is functioning properly (can cause eye damage if not careful)