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Calcium Reactors Something To Think About

Discussion in 'General Reef Discussions' started by Brian180, Feb 27, 2019.

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    Totally understandable, like a lot of things in this hobby it takes time and observation to get a good feel for it.

    But we do agree that a calcium reactor is the best most stable solution to maintain water quality in a reef tank. But to a lot of people it is simply overwhelming and geared to larger systems only. If you could take the large size, costs, and difficulty out of the equation, then other beginner and intermediate hobbyist might be more inclined to use one resulting in a higher success rate. I am not saying you need to throw your calcium reactor out either. If you could use your existing setup but add a device to regulate and control CO2 addition and effluent flow to exactly where you want it without any tinkering would it not be beneficial? Or atleast give peace of mind.
     
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