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  • Posted on: 22/12/2011 22:41
Re: Phosphate Absorber - what's best? #1
i now use reef scientific which im really happy with its good value doesnt take loads of running off like rowaphos and need very little flow in a reactor, it doesnt like to be knocked about unlike rowaphos so would be ideal in a bag in the sump but like all phosphate removers it works best in a fluidised reactor.

rowaphos and reef scientific are the only two i use but there are loads of diferent brands some of which people rate highly so i think its really personal choice,

Are you going to use a reactor? or just place the media in a bag in an area of high flow?
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  • Posted on: 21/12/2011 17:14
Re: Water testing??? #2
you should not have any lighting on yet to avoid growing cyno light isnt required unitll your ready for stocking and even then slowly does it!
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  • Posted on: 21/12/2011 17:05
Re: Lighting in a new set-up #3
hi there it depends on what your current tank has stock wise and what you intend on adding fish, corals etc.
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  • Posted on: 21/12/2011 16:54
hello its been a while! #4
hello boys and girls just thought id pop back and check everythings well with fk! ive not been using the forums for quite a while due to time restrictions but have a new job now so time is a little easier to find anyway hope your all well nice to see the familiar people are still about!

regards Liam
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  • Posted on: 13/9/2009 22:36
Re: d-d reverse osmosis #5
use roman.com for all your needs
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  • Posted on: 10/9/2009 16:51
Re: 12 ft height x 3 ft depth x 5 ft width Marine Aquarium #6
yeah its possible have a word with fit filtration in sheffield speak to paul he'l point you in the right direction
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  • Posted on: 30/8/2009 20:41
Re: Heater #7
yeah 200w will be fine theres no limit on how small you could go tbh even down to a 100w just means it'l run for longer
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  • Posted on: 23/8/2009 19:22
Re: Has anyone got the aquamarine 900??? #8
did you ever find the dead fish? or broken shells i was thinking a preditor? mantis shrimp or something like that as it would make more sense than just losing fish.JMO
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  • Posted on: 23/8/2009 10:59
Re: Has anyone got the aquamarine 900??? #9
your tank is not big enough for a sailfin tang sorry but i would rehome him. you do seem to go through alot of fish? do you know your reasons? snails can last for years in the right enviroment some say a 50 years+ although i have no proof to back that up just read it somewhere
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  • Posted on: 19/8/2009 23:00
Re: R.O unit help #10
could you post a pic of the unit and how you have it connected??
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