UV Sterilizers & Ozonizers for Aquariums

UV Sterilizers
Aqua Ultraviolet (UV) Sterilizers
High quality UV sterilizers for freshwater, saltwater and pond applications. Many different sizes to choose from.
Cobalt Aquatics Micro-UV
The Cobalt MICRO-UV clarifier removes water born microscopic algae, bacteria and other organisms and keeps water clean and green free. Sophisticated yet simple design is a perfect addition to small aquariums of any kind.
Coralife Turbo-Twist (UV) Sterilizers
Features a quartz glass sleeve with a PL compact fluorescent UV lamp surrounded by a revolutionary "Turbo-Twist" flow design to increase dwell time, which in turn increases efficacy.
JBJ NanoZapp Inline (UV) Sterilizer
The smallest inline ultra-violet sterilizer to date. Completely submersible, which can be placed discreetly behind the filter walls of most nano aquariums without ever being seen. For aquariums less than 30 gallons.
Lifegard Aquatics Ultraviolet (UV) Sterilizer
Contains the easiest to change UV bulb in the industry, combined with a high quality unit.
UltraLife UV Sterilizers
The "Ultra-V" Ultra Violet Sterilizers are excellent choices for Freshwater, Saltwater and Pond applications.
Ozonizers
Red Sea Ozonizers
AquaZone ozonizer's corona discharge technology provides higher ozone concentration than UV bulb style ozonizers and allows variable ozone output.
UltraLife Ozonizers
Both the Ultrazone Mini and Ultrazone 360 are praised by hobbyists and professionals for their safety, performance and low maintenance.
Ultraviolet sterilization is a proven, dependable, and effective method for controlling and eradicating algae spores, bacteria, and protozoa (i.e. ich) present in the water column. UV sterilizers destroy disease-causing pathogens as water is pumped through the unit.

Ozone has been used for many years in drinking and waste water treatment plants throughout the world for sterilization and purification of water. Ozone is a very reactive form of oxygen that can destroy an enormous variety of liquid waste materials and toxins. In the aquarium, ozonizers offer a simple, highly effective method of maintaining a clean and stable environment.

As a rule of thumb, we recommend 1 mg/hr for every 2 gallons of aquarium water. Click here for more information on using ozone in your aquarium.