AlphaONE 10.3 Mega Filter

by GCTek
$ 4,894.50
$ 4,405.95

AlphaONE 10.3 Mega Filter

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GC Tek has been leading the industry in 3" technology. With the need to move vast amounts of water as inexpensively as possible 3" piping makes sound dollar sense. GC Tek now has complete 3" systems including Prefilters (AquaSieve SS3.3), Pumps (Artesian Pro 3"), Filters (AlphaONE 10.3 and AlphaONE 10.3) and UV lights (Zapp Pure ZP40.3). This is an industry First that we are proud of. The use of 3" piping and filtration equipment greatly helps you filter large amounts of water easily without the use of energy hawg pumps saving you lots of Green at the electric meter. Filter ponds up to 30,000 gallons through 9 cu. ft. of the industry's most popular media, the AlphaBioONE media.

The Multiport valve on this filter is huge and boasting true 3" ports at every opening. You can also have this filter on our new complete AlphaONE 10.3 PLUS System which includes the AlphaONE 10.3 Mega filter, ArtesianPro 3" pump and our Zapp Pure ZP40.3 stainless steel High Intensity UV all preplumbed together on all weather pads . Stainless steel AquaSieve SS3.3 prefilter available as an option.

AlphaONE - More than a Bead Filter!

The AlphaONE was first conceived over 7 years ago. About 5 years ago we enlisted about 60 willing participants, which consisted of dealers and pond owners, to help us with our testing and give us feed back. In two years of testing we received "0" negative comments. This surpassed even our greatest expectations. Some of these were new pond owners and many were previous owners of different types of bead filters.

The responses were unanimous "We Love It"

What makes it different from a bead filter and so loveable?
What we are hearing from others is that:
It can go for greatly extended times before flow slows down.

We have had reports of people going for a month (with only a 2.5 model) with no slow down in flow or rise in pressure of the AlphaONE unit, while still giving nice clear water. (we do not advocate going for a month before backwashing, the best thing for your fish and your water quality is to backwash the filter often and remove the debris before it breaks down biologically.)

How does it do this?
To answer this we have to understand the difference between bead filters and how they trap solids and how the AlphaONE accomplishes this task. Bead filters trap solids in the first few inches of the bead pac(causing clogging, flow disruption and pressure rises in the vessel) while the AlphaONE with its uniquely designed AlphaBioONE media stops the debris evenly through out the pac (resulting in greater flow, less head or back pressure, less maintenance.) The polishing ability of the filter is one it's most desirable features, based upon comments that into us from the field.

The AlphaBioONE media was specially designed for this filter and this filter only. It is not something borrowed from another industry and used in the filter.

Its design is unique in that it was not designed with "cross hairs" as some other specialty types of media use. We left those out because in a static bed the "cross hairs" can collect and hold debris until it becomes anaerobic.

With the AlphaBioONE media there are no hidden areas for anaerobic bacteria, to harbor and stagnate, only beneficial bacteria.

Take a look at the AlphaBioONE media and you'll see for yourself

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