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  1. dont think it is available here locally
  2. The c02 scrubber works for me, which mange to bring up 1-2 ph point. But the effect is limited, if you are trying to bring up 7.8 to 8.3 then you will need to combine with other methods as well. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  4. Tips for quick replacement of clarisea roller filter For all roller filter user, i guess the most troublesome part come during the need to replace the filter roll once it is used up. That is when you might need to stop all pump , remove the whole unit of clarisea filter in order to remove the old roll and replace it with new one . Step 1 - Using a scissor cut a portion of the remaininding fleece from the old roll to be replaced. Step 2 - Mount the new roll into the filter and join the portion of both the new and old fleece with a staple. Step 3-
  5. Water Top Off An automated water top off system to replenish evaporated water ( Fresh water and not saltwater) from the marine tank is important that not only help replenish the water loss ,but also help prevent pump in the sump run dry and keep the overall salinity stable. It is strongly recommended to replenish loss water with treated RO/DI water or pure DI water with low or zero TDS level that help prevent unwanted algae in tank as well . The ATO unit that we will be using The ATO pump in water from the ATO tank once it fall below water level. Water lev
  6. Water change A regular water change not only helps reduce nutrients in the tank ( Nitrate / P04) , it also help replenish both major elements ( KH,CA and MG) as well as minor trace elements which is difficult to test unless running a expensive ICP test. This is also one of the more troublesome task that every reefer hate. However, there are some ways that can help plan and make this process easier. Deciding what salt mix to use, and the brand of type of salt mix to use every much depend on the parameter of the system that you want to achieve , so research and check on the lab
  7. Started adding corals - Got some sps from S5 as well , and performing the dip process .
  8. You can get it from reef market sg ( online ) or check with the local LFS store.
  9. Acclimating / dipping new corals into the tank. Step 1 floating newly bough corals in your tank water to acclimatise the temperature inside of the bag Step 2 Prepare two container ( One for dip and the other to hold your newly purchase corals) and slowly add your tank water to the new purchase coral container. Step 3 - After acclimating is done, perform the coral dipping process to prevent any bad hitchhiker or any chances of introducing pest into your system . Step 4 - Visually check for any pest on the dipping container or eggs on the corals itself and
  10. try check with Aquarium artist on this
  11. Thanks again to Aquarium Artist for sponsoring our SRC tank.
  12. Acclimation of new live stock As the tank water of the live fish shop that you bought your fish / coral from is different from our tank system. It is important to acclimatize your newly purchase fish slowly so as to let it adjust to the water parameters esp ph, salinity ect . Doing a proper and slow acclimation process will greatly enhance the success of your newly purchase live stock to your tank to prevent any shock to the live stock. there are various method of acclimation, and here we are using the slow dipping method when we introduce the regal angel to the new system.
  13. Cleaning crews ( CUC) After tank cycling , first to go in is the cleaning crew. There are many type of algae grazing snails available which include Turbo, tectus, and astrea ect.. it is ideally best to have some of each that take care of different strain of algae in your reef tank..
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