If u need bit more I can also spare you, I do not have enough to fill all your reactor but maybe half.sounds good @Rostato. I'll replenish your extra media once it comes in. thanks. pulled the trigger already. I picked the latest delivery date - end of the month. hopefully they will have the media in stock in time to ship out both items so I dont have to bother anyone.
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thanks for the offering, but I'm hoping the media will be in stock before the reactor gets shipped. I'll update you once the reactor gets ready to be shipped to see if the media is in stock or notIf u need bit more I can also spare you, I do not have enough to fill all your reactor but maybe half.
There is a hydroponics shop in Concord right next to Concord Aquarium that exchanges 20lb tanks for $20-30. The initial tank purchase is about $130 + 1st fill last I checked. It's the most economical exchange I've found in the east bay. They don't refill and don't work with any other size tank. 20lb exchanges only.
I wouldn't. Mine is about 2 ft from my sump and it's probably a bit too far away. I also had to put the reactor up on bricks to get it high enough. Check my build thread. I go over all the pitfalls.
Feed pump is a peristaltic pump.
A few ft is not going to make a difference.
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This "dead skeleton add trace elememts" I do not believe in neither do i think its real. I do not think its substantiatedI prefer to use old coral skeletons for CaRx media. Whatever trace elements that are in the skeletons get returned to the water.
I have it near the sump under the tank.yoir plan should work just as well.
I prefer to use old coral skeletons for CaRx media. Whatever trace elements that are in the skeletons get returned to the water.
You are correct,Just FYI the dastaco is only compatible with the dastaco media or tritons media. The others will melt to a mush in the low Ph environment.