Interzoo 2018: Tunze astonishes with an algae reactor and new bacteria
Tunze Automatic Doc Skimmer 9460
We’re referring to the Automatic Doc Skimmer 9460.
It can treat until 5.000 l/h of air with just 58 watt of consumption. An enormous beast that should be around 2.000 euro of costs. It sure is a more affordable price compared with the solutions proposed by other producers.
Sure it would be interesting to have an aquarium in which the skimmer could be tested and compared to other models, in order to analyze its performance.
The characteristics are similar to the Tunze Doc Skimmer 9415 we reviewed some year ago: the automatic calibration, the overflow blocked by the particular construction, the filtering of the water and so on.
Notice the double drain.
We liked very much this Automatic Doc Skimmer 9460 but, considering that we don’t have an aquarium where it’s possible to test it, probably it will remain just a dream.
The new incredible bacteria “Care Bacter”
Tunze emerges in the market of bacteria with a product that seems to be incredibly revolutionary. Care Bacter in fact seems to have a number of bacteria 10 times higher than the competition.
The product were visible through a bell of glass, but we’re looking forward to use them in our aquariums. In fact, if you want to try them, differently from the enormous 9460 just seen, you don’t need an aquarium with gigantic dimensions.
And in the end Tunze Care Panes
Tunze Care Panes contains very powerful organic surfactant, even 500 times the chemical surfactants, that can massively act on materials. The product isn’t toxic, as you can see from the absence of the symbol on the package. It’s good to know that the materials used for both the package and the product are completely eco friendly, that is they don’t harm the environment.
For other informations on Tunze‘s products we send you to the official site. We invite you to read our Editorial on the fair to know our point of view about this 36th edition of the Interzoo 2018 and to consult the links of the articles dedicated to the booths we’ve visited until today: