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Found 5 results

  1. 1) Reef Tech algae scrubber (Brand new) $20 2) Skimz OM2500 Overflow Box (Used) - $10 3) Bubble Magus E3 Hang on skimmer (Used) - $20 Collection in the east.
  2. Selling a set of Brand new Red Plant Grow LED set for DIY enthusiast to set up lights for Algae Scrubber. Selling for $30. Set consist of the following 5 items: 1. Heat Sink (17cm x 17cm, thickness 4.5cm) 2. 10 x Red Plant Growth LED 3. 10 x 90deg LED Lens 4. LED driver 5. Heat Sink Glue for sticking the LED The heat sink is thick so it can stand firmly upright and thick enough to dissipate heat, no need for additional fan on the heat sink. What it will look like after setting up (pic from my previous set up). Pm me if interested.
  3. Reefbuilders - Brian Blank 12 July 2017 We saw the Skimz MBR127 macroalgae reactor last year and were impressed. We were also curious when we read over a 30-day review of the reactor in action and thought it would be fun to put the snapshots in motion and share the overall results. First off, if you recall the Skimz MBR127 Macroalgae Biosorption Reactor is the smaller of two options that feature a blend of white, red and blue LEDs to grow the macroalgae. The lights wrap around a tube that houses the macroalgae and a small feed pump pushes water through. Skimz notes 12 hours is sufficient for growing macro algae and the reactor runs on a reverse cycle than the main lights. The test uses Chaetomorpha the typical macroalgae you’d probably want to run in here with the goal to grow enough to absorb excess nutrients while hosting and growing amphipods and copepods. The test stared with a 1 in. seeding of chaeto in both chambers. After about 5 days, there was good growth with about 1/2 in. growth in the top and 1 in. growth in the lower chambers. The same result of doubling the size happened after 11 days and saw about 1 in. growth in each chamber every week and copepods and amphipods were noticed breeding after about 2 weeks. After the 30 days, both sides were growing well with the bottom chamber slightly more dense. For optimum results, they recommend shutting the reactor down and removing about a third of the chaeto. Pretty good results and for those who’ve run these before know, a pretty efficient way to grow macroalgae. For more information: https://reefbuilders.com/2017/07/11/30-days-skimz-macroalgae-reactor-looks-like/
  4. Hi, Left out with 3ft tank and some misc to clear: 1) 3 ft tank: 90x45x45cm (3x1.5x1.5 ft) -- $40 2) Quarantine tank : (40x20x50 cm) --- $10 (can be used in sump too, but no compartments) 3) ATS- DIY algae scrubber -- Stand alone model- with feeder pump -- $25 4) Filter sock holder -- FOC with purchase 5) Filter balls -- FOC with purchase 6) Wavemaker -- FOC with purchase 7) API stress coat water conditioner-- 95% left -- $5 8) Aquascape exopy -- coraline color -- $7 9) Used API Test -- Nitrate, Nitrite, Ph, KH hardness -- all for $10 10) Azoo external parasite killer -- not used at all -- expired -- FOC 11) Nika effective medicine for white spot ich -- FOC with purchase (new 1, half used 1) 12) Dewormer -- $5 (not used, new) Take all for $ 50 Collection near LAKESIDE MRT
  5. Selling away my Upflow Algae Scrubber (UAS) with Red LED set. The LED set consist of 5 x 3W red LEDs (4 red, 1 white) I made this UAS by letting it stand on it's own via egg crate stand in the sump, and the LED lightest placed horizontally on the sump glass to shine on the screen. There's no cover behind the scrubber mesh as I wanted the lights to shine thru on the chaeto in the sump as well. This UAS works very well and I've run it for a year. I've removed the UAS yesterday and kept the mesh screen bubbling in tank water to prevent the algae from dying off. Buyer can scrape off the algae and start UAS immediately without having to wait for algae to start growing on the mesh. The red LED is also good for just growing Chaeto in the refugium as well. Size of red LED housing is 1ft long. Selling the set for $40. Interest contact me at 93874620.
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