Aqua Medic Model 500 Internal CO2 Reactor

CODE: AB73008



Aqua Medic Model 500 Internal CO2 Reactor

The Reactor 500 is an amazing device for introducing CO2 into your live plant aquarium. Water is pumped from top to bottom, opposing the bubbles of CO2 gas that rise slowly through the spiral dissolution path with extraordinary contact time. This advanced design ensures a high dissolution rate for efficient use of the CO2 gas. The Reactor 500 can be mounted inside the aquarium or, space permitting, within your open filtration system. The Reactor 500 is designed for use on live plant aquaria up to 125 gallons. Reactor Extensions allow you to increase your CO2 capacity for larger systems.


  • For planted aquariums up to 125 gallons
  • Installed dimensions: 2" wide x 2.875" depth x 5.625" tall
  • Reactor dimensions: 2" diameter x 4.5" tall
  • Reactor volume: 0.06 gallons
  • Water inlet: 1/2" id
  • CO2 inlet: 1/4" od
  • Water flow: 125 gph min, 250 gph max
  • Aqua Medic
  • Aqua Medic Inc opened in October 2000 in Houston, Texas. Aqua Medic GmbH of Bissendorf Germany, the parent company, has been a prominent name in the industry for many years in Europe and it believed that opening its own warehousing and distribution center was the best way to serve the US hobbyist. Since its opening, Aqua Medic Inc has moved to Loveland, Colorado and continues to grow each year. It is the sole importer and supplier of Aqua Medic and Aqualine Bushke products within the United States and Canada - also Central and South America. It supplies distributors and stores with quality products for the discerning hobbyist. As Aqua Medic Inc. continues to grow in the United States we want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has supported us and encouraged our growth. We are constantly expanding our product line and bringing you the latest from the European market, so check back regularly for our new products.

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Aqua Medic Model 500 CO2 Reactor User Manual (CO2_Reactor_500.pdf, 222 Kb) [Download]

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