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  1. Sold. Tkz for the interest. thread closed
  2. Currently reserved pending collection
  3. Stable black storm, had them Sep20. Greedy eater. Female approx 3inch and male approx 2-2.3inch. Reducing bio-load. Paired selling for $238.
  4. Bought Sep2020 from Madpetz. Washed and not in use since Mar21. Still under warranty and fully functional. Selling $300nett. Collection at Tpy.
  5. Looking at Masteronic. More comprehensive testing.
  6. Selling reef factory KH keeper. Bought on 24Mar2021. Throwing in 2.5L Reagent with at least 2.2L balance. Fyi, KH keeper retail price $950 & $150 for 2.5L reagent. Selling $800 nett.
  7. Bought 4Nov2020. Comes w 2x ATI coral plus & 2x ATI Blue plus T5. Does not come with the bracket for Led. You can get that from RMS at under $20. $150 nett.
  8. Caribsea live rocks $50. Marine pure block 8x8x4” $35. Both LRs and block seeded since Sept 2020. Currently still in tank. LR buyer will throw in some other small pieces foc.
  9. 4 months old 2feet setup in ofc. IMG_2652.MOV
  10. 1. I will go with a higher hp chiller that match your return pump flow rate so u save on running additional pump. Another pump another heat source and also paying more for electricity since pump runs 24/7. A higher hp chiller will give u better efficient cooling plus future tank upgrade option. 2. if the above is not an option then use a additional pump rated for your chiller.
  11. To determine the flow u hav to estimate liao. 2000l/hr after gg thru all the bends and height, prepare for approx 10% drop in flow. Tat leave u with 1800l/hr, using the valve at half turn will give you approx 900/hr. Turn 3/4 shd put u at approx what you need. Unless u have precise measuring equipment like flow meter or use a 5L container and measure how long to fill then do the math> too tedious.
  12. Use a gate or ball valve to reduce the flow. A higher hp chiller is the next best alternative.
  13. Sps and Anemone do not mix especially on the same rock. They are generally safe with other reef safe fishes.
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