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  1. Tank set reduce to $350 Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  2. Giving up due to time commitments 1. IM20 tank set - $400 (Strictly no separate sales) IM20 tank with replaced leveling mat 2x media caddy with Seachem matrix/Sera media/Brightwell microbacter XL media 2x inlet guard IM tank cover Skimz QP 1.2 DC pump 1200 lph as return pump Eshopps nano skimmer gen 1 Aquaknight v1 light Hailea hs28a chiller with external probe (cools ok but motor rattles noticeably when cooling. Selling as is.) ATC refractometer (calibrated) IM minimag algae scrubber TLF sea elements (trace elements , used) TLF revive coral dip (used) Phosguard (used) Reef roids (use
  3. Update: Artica chiller sold Items remaining: Sorry am very busy with work so will have some delays in my replies
  4. Update: Ca, Mg, Alk test kits sold Orphek coral lens sold Nopox sold Added Reef roids and TLF SeaElements
  5. Additional Items for sale: TLF Sea Elements (Trace elements) 250ml - $10 (more than 50% left).
  6. Had an enjoyable short experience, decomming coz lack of time. Prices negotiable if you take multiple items. Deal at Lentor/Ang Mo Kio Ave 4 / Madpetz / Buona Vista / One-North Chiller can be delivered with additional fee.
  7. $40, good working condition. Good for hospital / QT tank. Has bottom intake and surface skimmer, adjustable flow Never use copper with it before, previously use for FW. Cleaned and washed, comes with Seachem matrix bio media. Can trade with LPS/accessories , no zoas. Location: yck/amk/ buona vista Some calcium stains on front Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  8. You can consider using nopox or other forms of carbon dosing to help control nutrients which will result in less algae. Also, your filter floss is quite dirty, should replace. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  9. You can set up a custom scene for that Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  10. Pmed Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  11. Interesting, but seems like the pictures are missing bro Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  12. Nitrate was 20 ppm before nitraguard so it hasn’t been effective. Giving it another shot by burying the nitraguard deep into the sump as I noticed the water level fluctuation due to filter floss clogging up means sometimes the nitraguard is not fully submerged. The other remaining option is to try a different bacteria eg mb7 or prodibio. But the nitraguard manual never state to dose bacteria so technically it should work without zzz Just fixed up my 4 stage di filter so if this still doesn’t work will just do a 2x25% wc to get nitrates down to my target ppm of 10. Sent from Singapore Ree
  13. today's update: Frogspawn is doing well and growing Mystic torch also doing well and polyp extension is good Nitrate still at 20 ppm - losing patience with nitra guard titanium. Decided to swap out the marinepure blocks in the media caddy with seachem matrix to see if matrix will do a better job at nitrate reduction. Seachem recommends matrix to reduce nitrate in high flow (>200 lph). As frequently claimed by other reefers my marinepure block was brittle to the touch. No more marinepure for me. Added about 200ml of matrix in a media bag. Just nice fit the bio media section
  14. No I turned off the wave maker since I noticed he likes to chill on it...just saying it’s like a cat like observe everything from a high point Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  15. Cat in a lawnmower goby body. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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