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  1. Collected by bro. Moderator can assist to close this thread Thanks for the interest from fellow reefers. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  2. Hi SRC folks, Have a 2ft cube tank with 1.5ft sq sump to give away. Please arrange for own transport. Accessories, equipment, live sand and live rocks in photos are not included and not for sale. Cleaning up the algae as best as I can. Note the conditions of the glass which is lightly scratched and the hinges that are rusted. Good for beginners. Pick up in Bukit Batok area. PM for contact details. FCFS. Thanks Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  3. Hi Mr Tay, Sorry couldn't find your mobile number to WA or SMS. I am doing a decom due to work and family commitments. Have a Eheim 1262 3400l/h, H max3.6m, 80w. Bought brand new before just before CB so about 6 months old. Not sure if I kept the receipt. Staying in Bukit Batok area but can send it to your place at mutual convenience if keen. Can contact me at 91010607 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  4. Hi, I'm doing a decom. Have quite a bit of rocks to let go. Some still have simple corals like a finger leather and paly zoas on it. Had algae issues so can still see the effect. If keen can WhatsApp 91010607 for photos. Prefer to let go everything in one lot. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  5. $20 for both. $15 for Marine S and 7 for ON Red Marine Algae separate sales. Coralific Delite (past best before date Apr 2020) FOC PM or WA at 91010607 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  6. Thanks for all the interest. Livestock all sold to bro with mobile 9****612 and payment collected in full. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  7. Decommissioning due to family and work commitments. Plug & play. Setup plus life stocks for 600 non-negotiable. Please arrange own movers, bags/pails etc. Priority for full set sale this weekend and during the school holidays. Thereafter (from Sat, 12 Sep onwards) will be open to individual sales as below. Please allow livestock to go first during individual sales. Life stocks - 50 for all. Individual prices in brackets. FOC if taking the whole decomm setup. 1. 1x Palm size blue tang (30) 2. 1pair of Maroon clown (20) 3. 1x Banded damsel (2) 4. 1x Hawkfish (3) Decomm Setup - everything for 600. Individual prices in brackets. Total value 1160. A. 2ft cube tank with overflow system on phenolic board stand with 1.5ft x 1. 5ft x 1ft sump that includes 2 x marine pure blocks, 4inch filter sock. Have scratches on the glass of display tank. No leaks in tanks and plumbing. Rusted hinges, with one hinge dislodged but door still can be closed. Condition 6/10. (100) B. Estimated 3kg of live sand and 6kg of live rocks, comes with whatever corals still attached to it. (30) C. 2ft blue LED light (10) D. Jebao Cp25 gyre wave maker (100. Bought brand new during CB period) E. Artica 1/10 hp chiller (300) F. Eheim 1262 3400l/h, H max3. 6m, 80w is excluded from the sales. (250. Bought brand new before just before CB) G. 2 sets of Bubble Magus BM Mini 80 filters (70 each, 120 for both) H. Skimz SM121 (200) I. Small size Algae Turf Scrubber ATS suited for 80l (50) Separate sales Brand New in Box (BNIB). Letting go as I don't have the time to set it up i. 2 x Octo Pulse 2 wave maker (330 each) ii. 2sets of k7 Pro II lights with 1 set of controller (600 bundled sale as 1 controller can control both units) Deposit of $200 for reservations of full setup and BNIB. Full payment before collection. Pls WhatsApp 91010607 for faster response and photos Thanks for the support. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  8. Have not been faithfully testing the parameters but like what Rob said, had tried to minimise disturbing them. Literally just suck up the dirty stuff. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  9. I try to suck up detritus on the bottom when doing water changes. Also running a make shift refugium in the last compartment so will shake up the chaeto in a bucket of RO Water. Not sure if that's correct. Just fell abit of a waste to use fresh salt water and tank water is abit dirty? Hardly do any scrub downs or removal of algae in the sump or make shift refugium. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  10. Thanks to both seniors advice. Will try out soon and update here. Chance upon a foreign forum and one guy used medical IU drips to control. Thought that was quite interesting. No need any power but have to time the number of drips per min which he had it all worked out. Amazing tank to boot. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  11. Agree with Rob. Need to keep the wood dry. Even solid wood from IKEA are usually pine which is not suitable for marine projects. Short term pain long term gain. Would recommend to go with a larger tank or accept the chiller by the sides. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  12. Looking to start a dosing system for my 9mth old setup but confused with the various options and equipment out there. Would like to hear from the community on your personal setups and preference of equipment and additives. 3 or 4 heads or even more is needed? Tropic Marine All For Reef (1 head?) vs Red Sea or other additives? If so, how many heads is sufficient. Or Ca, Mg etc are different ball games. If evaporation is more or less constant, would you use a dosing system in lieu of an ATO to top up on RODI water? Just started trying some lps from fellow reefers after having softies stabilised. Have a 2 ft cube tank with relatively small (1.5ft cube) sump below with about 50cm clear height so want to minimise the clutter outside of the cabinet (and away from toddlers trying to pull them apart). Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  13. Thanks for the detailed explanation and advice. Will look out for these points. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  14. Hi, Have been battling some algae problems and been reading on the issue. Have a few questions regarding the processes. 1a. Does carbon filtration reduces nitrates along with Ammonia? 1b. In the process, does it strip out other useful trace elements? 1c. Related to the above, should we stop carbon filtration when dosing? Since I'm running a small sump, I've put in both carbon and rowphos in a the same fluidiser with the carbon at the bottom and rowphos just sitting on top of it. 2a. Will it cancel out each others' properties? 2b. Is it recommended to run it such that the largest amount of volume goes through it and hopefully maximise the time-effect or toggle down to the lowest flow so it provides sufficient time for the reaction to take place? Have been using a skimmer and also tried chaetos to absorb more of the nitrates but algae problem still persists. Have also reduced the period of light being turned on in the display tank. Thanks in advance. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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