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  1. Everything is settled so time to let the tank cycle for 3-4 months. Following WWC cycling methods. Gotten this second hand Maxspect IVC6 from one of the reefer last week. This allows me to control my Gyre xf350 thru app. I dislike the ideal of not including this ICV6 controller in the Gyre 2 pump set. We have to get it separately. Overall it’s quite easy to set it up. Using pump A for my main tank. Set 08:00 - 00:00 As random mode (highest 40% power) 00:00 - 08:00 As pulsing mode (highest 30% power) Overall I find the Gyre XF350 is really strong. It managed to push wa
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  2. Fixture in excellet condition. Comes with hanging kit and tank mount to hang from. Also includes 2X giesemann super purple and 4X giesemann actinic blue less than 2 months old. 2 switch on fixture(switch 1=2bulbs switch 2=4bulbs). Will take it down when new light arrives sometime this week or early next week. Selling at $200 and collection is at admiralty. No nego please.
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  3. Selling above for $20 per frag. Each frag have 2 to 3 heads. Whatsapp me at 9071 8848 to deal. Collection in changi. Sent from my SM-G988B using Tapatalk
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  4. Nice tank Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  5. Here's a rough drawing of the future sump. Any advise for improvement will be appreciated. Red : Water from display/refugium. Compartment will hold filter bags housing Seachem matrix/denitrate. Orange : Water flow to Skimmer compartment Yellow : Flow through baffle plates which will house some media. Green : Chiller coil compartment. Blue : Reservoir compartment. Looking to using Maxspect Nanospheres within the baffle plate compartment. Any other media to recommend?
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  6. Wow nice tank Actually want to buy in lazada when its on promotion price. But i miss so never own ot. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  7. Firstbite Copepods 100ml Copepods are an excellent food source for all saltwater aquarium fish, corals and invertebrates. If your aquarium contains mandarin fish, anthias or seahorses you will almost certainly require the addition of some form of copepods. FEEDING: Simply pour the chosen amount of the copepods into the aquarium that the inhabitants can consume within two to three minutes. Feed your fish 2-3 times per day. The pouch can be directly connected to dosing system for automatic feeding, ideal for fish that require regular feeding such as Anthias. CONTENTS: Copepods, W
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