Let's talk ecoBAK reactors...

Discussion in 'Warner Marine' started by Jon Warner, Jul 18, 2012.

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  1. Jon Warner

    Jon Warner 3reef Sponsor

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    looks good... I'd probably turn the flow down just a bit... but it's nearly perfect.
     
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  3. nc208082

    nc208082 Zoanthid

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    Removing the bottom red plate and gluing the shaft together to the lid is the best mod for fixing the flow in that particular reactor I have found.
     
  4. Jason McKenzie

    Jason McKenzie Super Moderator Staff Member

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    thanks Jon, I turned it down a bit
     
  5. Servillius

    Servillius Montipora Digitata

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    This worked really well. Still prefer my Hydra by a lot, but my wife's TLF now works.
     
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  6. Rotknee

    Rotknee Plankton

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    I am surprised the Reef Dynamics biopellet reactor hasn't been mentioned. I just ordered the 250G version b/c I was looking for an upgrade over my current Reef Octopus reactor. In short, I was attracted to the Reef Dynamics reactor because it allows you to control the pellet tumble rate independent of the reactors output.

    It's not cheap but employs a relatively simple design. I'll post my results when I get it up and running.
     
  7. Dyonopses1

    Dyonopses1 Skunk Shrimp

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    I have been using the new Innovative Marine for several months now. Tumbles great. Sorry I can't get a video for you.