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Nano Aquarium Filter, up to 15 US Gal (55 L)

SKU: A455 | UPC: 15561104555
Format: 2 L x 2.8 W x 7.5 H" (6 L x 7 W x 19 H cm)
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Designed for aquariums up to 15 gallons, the Nano Aquarium Filter makes an ideal choice for hobbyists looking to keep small fish species or shrimp.

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  • Foam media provides both mechanical and biological filtration
  • Fine foam pad traps debris, while Bio-Foam provides ideal surface for growth of beneficial nitrifying bacteria
  • Carbon cartridge (sold separately) offers additional filtering option to remove odors and impurities
  • Adjustable flow output with attachable spray bar distributes a gentle and even water flow – safe for delicate fish or shrimp
  • Quickly assembles/disassembles for easy installation and maintenance
  • 3 suction cups offer secure in-tank attachment
Optimal water filtration system for small aquariums up to 55 litres (15 US Gal)
Wattage: 6.8 W
Flow Rate: 307 LPH (81 GPH)

2 YEAR WARRANTY

The Fluval Nano Aquarium Filter is guaranteed against defects in material or workmanship under normal aquarium usage and service for 2 years. We offer a 2 year guarantee on all non-replaceable parts which means that the filter will be repaired or replaced at the manufacturer’s decretion, free of charge, when the complete pump is returned with proof of purchase and postage paid. The warranty does not apply to any filter that has been subjected to misue, negligence, or tampering. No liability is assumed with respect to loss or damage to livestock or personal property irrespective of the cause thereof.

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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SELECT AN FAQ CATEGORY

I change the carbon in my filter every couple of weeks. Is this too often?

No. It’s better (and easier) to prevent odors rather than having to remove them once they’ve accumulated. Some fish are messy eaters, or are more prone to producing large amounts of waste, so prevention is key.

Do you have any tips for fixing common filtration issues?

I found a fish stuck to the intake of my filter. Is the flow too strong?

You don’t need to be concerned about your filter being too powerful for use with healthy fish, many of whom swim in natural habitats with much stronger currents. If a fish became stuck to the intake of your filter, it’s likely that the fish was already sick. Take note that you can adjust the filter output strength to suit your particular fish species.

How do I know when it’s time to change my filter media?

Why does my LED light unit appear dimmer than when I bought it several months ago?

First, make sure your original light setting has not been dimmed. Next, verify if your lens has any accumulation of deposits (minerals, algae, etc.), which can significantly block light passage. If this is the case, use the Fluval Lens Cleaning Kit on a weekly basis to ensure you are keeping light levels consistent and maintaining optimal conditions for plant and coral growth.

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