Resun wave maker 15000

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  1. Camilsky

    Camilsky Montipora Capricornis

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  3. northbay-reefer

    northbay-reefer Astrea Snail

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    I personally wouldn't buy that, get yourself a couple of Sureflow kits and some maxijets and you will be much happier. I just tested their new props and it is awsome. These have been tested on the seio controller and they work well with it also.

    Sure Flow 1600 Kit: Premium Aquatics
     
  4. Camilsky

    Camilsky Montipora Capricornis

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    Thanks ... I will consider this piece of equipment... But first I have to fight back the invasion of DINO's ... :mad:

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    northbay-reefer Astrea Snail

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    What kind of Dino problem ??? can I help ?
     
  6. Camilsky

    Camilsky Montipora Capricornis

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    Well... Nothing spectacular ... (at least I hope so...) It's currently the 2nd week of cycling in my 75gal. week . As far as I've learned that's the part of the cycling process. I've reduced the lightning to approx. 4h per day and performed some major cleaning of rocks and sand. The reduction of lightning seems to work properly... Moreover I've discovered some funny small anemone-like hitchhikers on one of the rocks... :tongue4:

    Thanks for your interest, nonetheless !

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  7. Matt Rogers

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    Resun wave maker 15000 <<< that's interesting. How large is that?
     
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    northbay-reefer Astrea Snail

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    As far as cycling, if you can get a hold of some sand from another established reef tank, your cycling process will be alot faster. As far as diatom, those will be gone soon once the bacteria take controll. Skim alot and don't over feed. Use some phosphate remover too if you have it.

    The funny anemonies might be mojanos, or aptasia, you can get rid of it with some joe's juice. Get rid of them now before they take controll of your tank. if theirs not too many you can take the rocks out and scrape/cut them off at the base making sure to take a little of the rocks with it so you dont cut into the anemonies,because if you leave a little flesh behind, they will come back. Good luck
     
  10. Camilsky

    Camilsky Montipora Capricornis

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    Resune specs ...

    Some of the specs of the Resune:

    Wave information:
    Small: Power 6.5W / Qmax. 2000 l/h 530 gph / Adjustable Duration 10-20s

    Medium: Power 12.5W / Qmax. 8000 l/h 2116 gph / Adjustable Duration 5-15s

    Large: Power 25W / Qmax. 15000 l/h 3968 gph / Adjustable Duration 2-10s

    Specification:
    Pump size: Length 14CM / Width 10CM / Height 7CM
    Size: Length 16CM / Width 10CM /Height 4.5CM
    Transformer size:Length 10CM / Width 6CM / Height 4CM
    VOLT¡G220-240V 50/60 hz

    Please refer to:
    Resun Wave Maker at Aquarist Classifieds
     
  11. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    That's a big pump! :eek:
     
  12. northbay-reefer

    northbay-reefer Astrea Snail

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    Plus the power have to be converted to 110v if you don't have the 220v option