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

Buy Now Find a Store Filter Foam - fits C-160 and C-220 Out of StockCanister Filter Polishing Pads - fits C530, Carbon Filter Bags, Ceramic Bio Filter Rings, Filter Foam - fits C-360, Filter Foam - fits C-530, Polishing Filter Pads - fits C-160 and C-220, Polishing Filter Pads - fits C-360 In Stock

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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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

What type of porous ceramic is used to form Bio rings? Are there any constituents that are not completely inert?

Asked by: Nicodemus
The information regarding the type of ceramic used is considered proprietary. However, the rings are inert in water and are non-toxic to bacteria and living aquarium in habitants.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-03-27

How many ounces of activated carbon do I put in the refillable bags in the 530 canister filter

Asked by: Sportbiker
Each bag holds 100g of activated carbon.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-09-08

Company or Store?

I was told by the store where I bought my smaller C series Canister Filter that the refills for the smaller size C series will be discontinued.Is this from the company or should I find another store to purchase the necessary replacements at?ty
Asked by: Anastasia
Hello Ty,None of the media or replacement parts are being discontinued. The C Series has been upgraded and is now the Magniflow but all of the internal pieces are still the same.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-03-20

hot magnum filter

extension pa1591 can it be used on both intake and return plan to use on turtle tank as aquaeon at40"s are not effective by themselves and their to expensive . if aquaeon knew i use marineland bonded cut to fit media .
Asked by: marz1
Yes, it should fit both intake and outlet. I just use clear vinyl tubing to extend outlets down in my turtle tanks.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-07-22

Marineland C360

There were not enough rubber seals for all the filter media trays in the canister C360. The seals fell off the round holes when I took the media trays out to clean them. Which tray does not have the rubber seal over the corner tube hole? I left the rubber seal off the top tray.
Asked by: TerriBear
That would be the correct one. They all have rubber gaskets except for the top one.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-08-24

how often do i change each of my filters in the c-360 canister?

I need to know how often each filter is supposed to get changed.
Asked by: geckochic
You change your carbon once a month. You rinse the foam and polishing cloth at that time. The foam will last a long time, at least several months. The polishing cloth should be changed every month or two, depending on wear and tear. The biomedia rings and balls should never be changed.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-06-23
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