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Evolution Aqua launches PURE Aquarium Bomb

Manufacturer Evolution Aqua has introduced a new PURE bacterial product to the aquatic market.

The PURE Aquarium Bombs are clear, live bacteria gel balls used in aquariums. Each one offers a much larger single treatment dose of live nitrifying bacteria designed specifically at cycling new aquariums and making them ready for fish. It also rapidly combats water quality emergencies in new and established freshwater aquariums, when life threatening levels of ammonia and nitrite are detected.

Beneficial bacteria inside the filter can be lost through cleaning media under the tap, replacing mature media with new, or the use of medications. Increased fish numbers, uneaten food and dead, decaying fish can also lead to levels of ammonia and nitrite.

How to use

Pet owners can place PURE Aquarium Bomb directly into the main aquarium or into a space within a biological filter. One Bomb should be used per 200 litre aquarium, and will even work with a full stocking of fish.

The bomb contains millions of live aerobic (oxygen consuming) bacteria. It can be used in conjunction with an airstone or strong aeration and surface agitation from a filter outlet or venturi. Always dechlorinate aquarium water before using this product.

Trade customers can order PURE Aquarium Bomb from their key account manager or by calling head office on 01942 216 554. RRP: £9.95. For more info go to


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Sara Cork

Sara Cork is the editor of Pet Gazette. She has nearly eight years’ experience in consumer and B2B titles. Feel free to drop her a line with any stories or feature ideas.

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