C-Series Canister Filter Replacement Media

C-Series Canister Filter Replacement Media
  • C-Series Canister Filter Replacement Media
  • Find the replacement filter media and aquarium filter foam you need for your C Series Canister Filter.
  • Ceramic BIO-Filter Rings Replacement Media
  • Polishing Filter Pads for C160 and C220 Replacement Media
  • Filter Foam for C360 Replacement Media
  • BIO-Filter Balls Replacement Media
  • Polishing Filter Pads for C360 Replacement Media
  • Polishing Filter Pads for C530 Replacement Media
  • Filter Foam for C160 and C220 Replacement Media
  • Filter Foam for C530 Replacement Media
Product No. PA11486

$7.49 - $17.49

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C-Series aquarium filter foam, Bio-Filter balls, media bags & so much more.

In order to create and maintain a clean, healthy aquatic environment, three stages of filtration are required: Mechanical, Chemical and Biological. Aquarium water is drawn into the canister and through a succession of stacked media trays for full-contact filtration -- virtually no bypass. The water is then returned to your aquarium, sparkling-clean and fish-healthy. And when it’s time to service your C-Series canister filter, all you do is push a lever, turn the key, and lift out the easy-access media trays.

 Available Media:

  • Carbon Filter Bags
  • Ceramic BIO-Filter Rings
  • Polishing Filter Pads
  • Filter Foam
  • BIO-Filter Balls
C-Series Canister Filter Replacement Media is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from C360 replacement media This is the perfect size replacement media for my filter. Which makes maintenance a breeze.
Date published: 2015-12-21
Date published: 2015-04-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Media Works! Good biological filtration. The holes in the media seem to hold the needed bateria
Date published: 2014-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from the job it does in my c-530 is unmatched. in my fourty plus years in this hoby I've used many brands and types of filtration systems, and this one stands above them all.
Date published: 2014-11-28
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Need part PR10093 refillable media container

Asked by: Stevenj
I think you mean PA10093 - http://www.marineland.com/Products/aquarium-filtration-filter-media/aquarium-carbon-ammonia-neutralizing-crystals/aquarium-filter-cartridge-frame.aspxBREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-10-25

TY for reply.Cleaned everything you advised primed and water goes in intake but plugged in and motor hums but no suction and no output at all. Can I do anything further or is the filter shot? Just purchased new impeller,gasket,o rings & tubing.

Asked by: BarbaraL
Good afternoon,Thank you for your inquiry and we are sorry for the delay. We will be emailing you directly so we can gather more information.MINI
Answered by: MINI
Date published: 2016-07-12

My C-220 stopped working. The motor hums but nothing else.We took it apart,cleaned everything, changed the impeller and it still won't work. It primes now and water goes in the intake tube, it goes on and then nothing else happens. Any Suggestions?

Asked by: BarbaraL
Swab out the area the impeller resides in and soak the impeller in distilled vinegar for 15 minutes. Also, take a q tip and clean out each of the 4 ports on the valve block as they may be clogged and preventing water from going through. You may also want to clean the vinyl tubing as well.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-07-06

Is there a life span (timeframe) when these balls need to be replaced/

Asked by: dofacedmongrel
No, they never need replacing unless you lose them or damage them.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-06-24

What do i need to order for replacement media for the Marineland® C220 Canister Filter i am placing an order and i would like to get supplies (replacement media ) to last one year What should i order with my new filter system ?

Asked by: ozzyozbro
Enough carbon to be able to replace it once a month, and enough polishing cloths to replace them every 2-3 months. The sponges should last you at least a year, if not more, and the bio media like the bioballs should never need to be replaced.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-19

Would like to purchase O-rings. I hate to clean because EVERYTIME I do the aquarium leaks What else can I do. this is ridiculous. One of our aquariums (we have 6) is in a carpeted bedroom and I have to constantly clean the carpet. HELP!

Asked by: Kyle Wall
Replacing the large o ring around the motorhead, and the o rings on the valve block would most likely help. You should lubricate them with a thin smear of silicone lubricant after each maintenance as well, to keep the rings in good shape, flexible, and prevent them from shrinking. Clean the four nozzles of the valve block as part of your regular maintenance routine as well, as they do clog with sludge, and build up, and you can get water bypassing them and entering areas you would prefer it not enter.O rings are available on our website as well as many other websites, and we sell them through local fish stores as well. They generally come as an entire kit for around $15.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-16

I was searching for C-160/C-220 polishing filter pads this morning and on the sites of 3 pet supply companies I use, they all listed them as "DISCONTINUED BY MANUFACTURER". I have two C-160 filters is this true?

Asked by: wvufan88
No, this is not true. All of the C Series media also fits the Magniflow series as well. They are not even out of stock at this time.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-03-22

what filer media can I use in my Penguin 100 BioWheel Power Filter

I am having an issue with water clarity I have steadily done 25% water changes about every 3-4 days but the water is still cloudy. What I want to know is once I do get this under control what media can I use in this filter to make sure this doesn't happen in the future?
Asked by: Allie
Depends on what is causing the cloudy water. Try using a different source of replacement water in case your water is actually the cause of the issue. Tap water can bring in algal blooms which start out milky white and eventually turn green, or hazy, cloudy water due to microscopic animals, or high levels of phosphates. Cloudy water can also be caused by lack of vacuuming long term or over feeding, over stocking, etc.I would recommend adding Tetra Safe Start Plus (another product of ours) to help clear the water. As for media, you can either add a second filter cartridge, bio beads, phosphate pad, Chemi Pure or other ion exchange resins. For these things, place them in the back of the filter box behind the cartridge.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-09-21
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