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    …4) Keep an eye on your aquariums pH and the color of the media and replace the media after it has turned purple or the pH is starting to drop*.   *It is essential to replace the media after it has exhausted. If exhausted and left to stand CO2 absorbent media will revert back to a white color,…

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    …one of the most common filter media utilized for saltwater aquariums and with many different grades available and very little cost difference, going with a premium carbon is a no-brainer.  1000 min Iodine Number 97 min Ball-pan Hardness 1225 m2/g Surface Area pH Neutral 3% Max Ash 24g/100g Methylene…

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    …your preferred CO2 absorbing media and place back into the reactor housing. Monitor your tank's pH hourly for the first couple days of use. When your pH starts to drop in value (usually 1-2 weeks) you will need to replace the CO2 media. Most CO2 absorbing media will have a color changing indicator…

    $35.99

    …material in the media bed, itself, and will improve overall results. Dissolved oxygen concentration and/or pH in the aquarium may temporarily decrease when new media is added; ensure that adequate aeration of water is employed at all times when using Katalyst, and monitor and adjust pH as necessary.…

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    …in secondary chambers of calcium reactors to help eliminate free CO2 that has not reacted with the aragonite media, thereby simultaneously reducing the propensity for pH to exist at a depressed level in the aquarium and increasing the rate of media dissolution, and hence magnesium supplementation.

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    Introduce carbon dioxide adsorption into your system if your tank continuously suffers from low pH. This can be caused when aquariums are in closed air buildings. Add CDX media into your PhosBan Reactor Connect PhosBan Reactor to your protein skimmer's air intake with a CDX Adapter CO2 depleted air…

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    …Carbon dioxide may also be produced during the chemical reaction that takes place, which would make the aquarium water a bit more acidic as well, making it imperative to run any effluent water through crushed coral, or calcium reactor media as that will raise the pH by dissolving the crushed coral.

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    …one of the most common filter media utilized for saltwater aquariums and with many different grades available and very little cost difference, going with a premium carbon is a no-brainer.  1000 min Iodine Number 97 min Ball-pan Hardness 1225 m2/g Surface Area pH Neutral 3% Max Ash 24g/100g Methylene…

    $14.99 $13.49

    …one of the most common filter media utilized for saltwater aquariums and with many different grades available and very little cost difference, going with a premium carbon is a no-brainer.  1000 min Iodine Number 97 min Ball-pan Hardness 1225 m2/g Surface Area pH Neutral 3% Max Ash 24g/100g Methylene…

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    …to the instructions on the label. The rate of water flow through the reactor in conjunction with the pH of the water inside the chamber(s) will have the greatest impact on the rate of media dissolution. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions furnished with the calcium reactor to adjust the rates…

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    …of the dissolved trace elements from the media, as well as a low pH. The pH within the calcium reactor should be monitored as well as the effluent coming out of the reactor. Too low of a pH or too much effluent coming out of the calcium reactor can cause low pH within the reef tank.   Owners Manual

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    …the dissolved trace elements from the media, as well as a low pH. The pH within the calcium reactor should be monitored as well as the effluent coming out of the reactor. Too low of a pH or too much effluent coming out of the calcium reactor can cause low pH within the reef tank.   Specifications:…

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    …the dissolved trace elements from the media, as well as a low pH. The pH within the calcium reactor should be monitored as well as the effluent coming out of the reactor. Too low of a pH or too much effluent coming out of the calcium reactor can cause low pH within the reef tank.   Specifications:…

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    …undissolved CO2 to recirculate via the circulation pump Space for pH probe Easily fill additional media Method of feeding: Feed pump or gravity   Reactor Specifications: Body Diameter: 5.9" (150mm) Holds roughly 11.9 pounds of media Foot Print: 8.11” x 10.43” (206mm x 265mm) Total Height: 22.05”…

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    …undissolved CO2 to recirculate via the circulation pump Space for pH probe Easily fill additional media Method of feeding: Feed pump or gravity   Reactor Specifications: Body Diameter: 4.72" (120mm) Holds roughly 7.28 pounds of media Foot Print: 6.93” x 9.25” (176mm x 235mm) Total Height: 21.65”…

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    …undissolved CO2 to recirculate via the circulation pump Space for pH probe Easily fill additional media Method of feeding: Feed pump or gravity   Reactor Specifications: Body Diameter: 7.87" (200mm) Holds roughly 26.5 pounds of media Foot Print: 10.08” x 12.99” (256mm x 330mm) Total Height: 22.64”…

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    …balanced ratio of calcium, alkalinity, magnesium, and other trace elements by dissolving aragonite medias with carbon dioxide gas which drives down the pH of the water to an acidic level dissolving the media releasing elements that your corals will use to grow. Reef Octopus Calcium Reactors are made…

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    …balanced ratio of calcium, alkalinity, magnesium, and other trace elements by dissolving aragonite medias with carbon dioxide gas which drives down the pH of the water to an acidic level dissolving the media releasing elements that your corals will use to grow. Reef Octopus Calcium Reactors are made…

    $599.99

    …balanced ratio of calcium, alkalinity, magnesium, and other trace elements by dissolving aragonite medias with carbon dioxide gas which drives down the pH of the water to an acidic level dissolving the media releasing elements that your corals will use to grow. Reef Octopus Calcium Reactors are made…

    $709.99

    …Gas Channeling Chamber (GCC) at top of reactor helps channel undissolved CO2 to recirculate via the circulation pump Space for pH probe Easily fill additional media Method of feeding: Feed pump or gravity   Reactor Specifications: Body Diameter: 7.87" (200mm) Total Height: ~40” (1016mm) Feed…

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    …CO2 absorbing media and place back into the reactor housing. Monitor your tank's pH hourly for the first couple days of use. When your pH starts to drop in value (usually 2-4 weeks depending on tank size and CO2 concentration) you will need to replace the media. Most CO2 absorbing media will have a…

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    …CO2 absorbing media and place back into the reactor housing. Monitor your tank's pH hourly for the first couple days of use. When your pH starts to drop in value (usually 2-8 weeks depending on tank size and CO2 concentration) you will need to replace the media. Most CO2 absorbing media will have a…

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    …in your reef tank. In order to use a calcium reactor, you will need a CO2 regulator, CO2 tank, pH probe/controller, small feed pump (flow rate should be set 1-2 liters per hour) and calcium reactor media.   Filtration Handling Well Stocked Tank - Rated up to 100 gallons Medium Stocked Tank - Rated…

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    …in your reef tank. In order to use a calcium reactor, you will need a CO2 regulator, CO2 tank, pH probe/controller, small feed pump (flow rate should be set 1-2 liters per hour) and calcium reactor media.   Filtration Handling Well Stocked Tank - Rated up to 90 gallons Medium Stocked Tank - Rated up…

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    Vertex V-Colla Voila epoxy is specifically developed for us in aquariums to reduce clouding effect. V-Coll is pH neutral and reef-safe.   V-Colla Epoxy Can be applied in or out of water. For best results, manufacturer recommends application out of water. Can be applied to bonding object immediately…

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    …in your reef tank. In order to use a calcium reactor, you will need a CO2 regulator, CO2 tank, pH probe/controller, small feed pump (flow rate should be set 1-2 liters per hour) and calcium reactor media.   Filtration Handling Well Stocked Tank - Rated up to 315 gallons Medium Stocked Tank - Rated…

    $659.99

    …Filter or Media Bags work great for many applications but will not be nearly as efficient as its counter part. When using a media bag it is best to place them in an area of direct flow like a sump baffle or overflow chamber directing water to pass over and through the carbon. With media bags it is…

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    …exhausted. The dye is simply a pH indicator that is stable at high or low pH levels but will become translucent as the pH of the resin becomes neutral and the resin becomes exhausted. With single bed resins, there are some instances where your water may have a high or low pH, and can cause the color…

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    …in your reef tank. In order to use a calcium reactor, you will need a CO2 regulator, CO2 tank, pH probe/controller, small feed pump (flow rate should be set 1-2 liters per hour) and calcium reactor media. Filtration Handling Well Stocked Tank - Rated up to 700 gallons Medium Stocked Tank - Rated up…

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    …can be extremely harmful, if not fatal, to aquarium inhabitants. The solution that is made by following the instructions below has a relatively high pH and should be handled carefully. It is strongly recommended that protective eyewear and rubber gloves be worn as a precautionary measure. For each…

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    …plenty of bacterial surface area, either through plenty of porous natural aragonite live rock, or by providing addional filtration media, such as our XportTM media which has the highest surface area per unit volume of any medium in the world, or our less expensive MicroBacter LatticeTM.   Before…

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    …Low Dust Low Most Ultra Low Best Application Filter socks, Reactors and Equipment requiring large low dust media Reactors Filter socks and reactors capable of using small particle media All of our carbons work well in the BRS reactor which is our suggested method of utilizing carbon in the aquarium.

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