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See the discussion on Reef Central!

http://reefcentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1694529

Do refer to our Facebook Page : Iwarna Aquafarm

Pictures are uploaded there for new shipments. Thank you.

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N/P - Reducing BioPellets from Reef Interersts

N/P Reducing Biopellets consist of a biodegradable polymer that stimulates the growth of both aerobic and anaerobic bacteria when used in aquaria.

- The pellets cab be placed in fludized filter systems or simply in a net with high water flow

- Bacterial growth and consequently the reduction of nitrate and phosphate will be observed within 2-4 weeks

- use 50-200ml of pellets per 100litres of water

- Add extra pellets evrey 6 to 12 months, depending on the feeding regime

(above is reiterate from the product lable)

Do refer to our Facebook Page : Iwarna Aquafarm

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Looks like barley :rolleyes:

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Do refer to our Facebook Page : Iwarna Aquafarm

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Just for sharing... Was having some new tank cyano problem few weeks back and instead of getting biohome plus, Victor recommended this to me. At the same time i added a MP40W to help with the current circulation. Now my Nitrate is down to close to zero vs ~20 3 weeks back. Double confirm with both Salifert and API (quite surprise it works as promise). Thanks Victor!! PO4 is also low but that is because i have been using a FR.

My Cyano is clearing up pretty well except 1-2 isolated areas. Now can at least drag until once every 3 days to clean the tank glass given that my tank is in the balcony and do get some indirect morning sun. But do note that i have also diligently change out ~5% of water twice a week for the past 2-3 weeks (mainly to siphon out the Cyano) but i doubt this is the key contributing factor.

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Just for sharing... Was having some new tank cyano problem few weeks back and instead of getting biohome plus, Victor recommended this to me. At the same time i added a MP40W to help with the current circulation. Now my Nitrate is down to close to zero vs ~20 3 weeks back. Double confirm with both Salifert and API (quite surprise it works as promise). Thanks Victor!! PO4 is also low but that is because i have been using a FR.

My Cyano is clearing up pretty well except 1-2 isolated areas. Now can at least drag until once every 3 days to clean the tank glass given that my tank is in the balcony and do get some indirect morning sun. But do note that i have also diligently change out ~5% of water twice a week for the past 2-3 weeks (mainly to siphon out the Cyano) but i doubt this is the key contributing factor.

u running this in a FR ?

Humble tank :

Size: 4x2.5x2 ft - Display 

Equipment :

Return 1 : Ecotech marine L1

Return 2 : Ecotech marine M1

CR : Skimz CM122 - Caribsea extra course media with Grotech magnesium

Light : ATI 8x54W

 

 

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u running this in a FR ?

No. Put it in a bag in a high flow area just before my skimmer. I am trying to improve the anaerobic process and personally thought that for my case a bag will be better than running in a FR. But i do stir the bags a few times every other day. This will prevent choke and at the same time hoping that it has a similar effect (like pumping the zeovite reactor) and corals can feed on the bacteria.. :)

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No. Put it in a bag in a high flow area just before my skimmer. I am trying to improve the anaerobic process and personally thought that for my case a bag will be better than running in a FR. But i do stir the bags a few times every other day. This will prevent choke and at the same time hoping that it has a similar effect (like pumping the zeovite reactor) and corals can feed on the bacteria.. :)

Thanks for sharing bro. In ur opinion instead of putting the whole bag in the sump (completely submerged), can i place it in the overflow compartment? High flow but wet and dry basis. Wonder if it work as effectively? :mellow:

Tank Size: 3 x 3 x 2 with 3.5ft cabinet

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Thanks for sharing bro. In ur opinion instead of putting the whole bag in the sump (completely submerged), can i place it in the overflow compartment? High flow but wet and dry basis. Wonder if it work as effectively? :mellow:

Should work. But i dun like the idea because it also act as a first pass mechanical filter which is not the main purpose? In RC, i do see a guy who put it in the sump (directly in the sump overflow compartment) and it seem to work wonder for him (refer to the link by Victor).. Cheers! :)

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Should work. But i dun like the idea because it also act as a first pass mechanical filter which is not the main purpose? In RC, i do see a guy who put it in the sump (directly in the sump overflow compartment) and it seem to work wonder for him (refer to the link by Victor).. Cheers! :)

Thanks for the reply. Actually my overflow has several compartments so i gona place the pellet after the first few layers of filtration. :rolleyes:

Tank Size: 3 x 3 x 2 with 3.5ft cabinet

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i got 500ml this morning. currently running in my sump

Humble tank :

Size: 4x2.5x2 ft - Display 

Equipment :

Return 1 : Ecotech marine L1

Return 2 : Ecotech marine M1

CR : Skimz CM122 - Caribsea extra course media with Grotech magnesium

Light : ATI 8x54W

 

 

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those interested can place your order with iwarna and they will contact you upon arrival. Next stock should be coming in this week but subject to confirmation.

Tank : 4 X 2 X 2 with low iron front panel and external overflow

Skimmer : BK SM200 with waste collector

Return Pumps : Red Dragon 6m3 and Ehiem 1262

FR : 2 X Deltec 509 & powered by AB2000

Nitrate Filter : Deltec NF 509 and tee off from AB2000

Calcium R'tor : Deltec PF 501 with RM secondary chamber

Kalkwasser R'tor : Deltec KM500

Chiller : Pansonic 1 HP Compressor with 20m titanium Coil

Wave Makers : 4 X Tunze 6055 with 7096 & Vortec MP40w

Controller : GHL Profilux

Lighting : ATI Powermodule 10 or 8 tubes

Water Top-up : Water Top-Up tank powered by Tunze Osmolator

External Monitor : American Pinpoint pH and Temp. Monitor for main tank and GHL Profilux Controller to measure temp, pH, Redox

Ozonizer : Sander C50

UV : Corallife 6x

Algae Scrubbler

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any updates on the effect/?

any1 running with sulphur beads con currently ?

i am running both ....

reduction of cyano

Humble tank :

Size: 4x2.5x2 ft - Display 

Equipment :

Return 1 : Ecotech marine L1

Return 2 : Ecotech marine M1

CR : Skimz CM122 - Caribsea extra course media with Grotech magnesium

Light : ATI 8x54W

 

 

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These Reducing BioPellets from Reef are very interesting and seems very effective.

Won't these pellets make an algae scrubber obsolete ?

:upsidedown:

Oh well, some people may continue to use algae scrubbers cos they (should be) cheaper...i doubt biopellets come cheap...

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Good things sell fast!

Currently waiting for the confirmation of the new stock arrival so please bear with us . Will update this forum when the new stock arrives!

Do refer to our Facebook Page : Iwarna Aquafarm

Pictures are uploaded there for new shipments. Thank you.

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*We have strict reservation policies for livestock, please refer to our sponsor forum for more information.

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