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Old 10-25-2018, 02:38 AM
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While doing that treatment I would recommend to stop dosing:

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Just small spots

Can I use cv ???


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Hello chercm,
no, wait until no3 and po4 are 0 to use the extra, step by step to solve the problem.
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Old 10-26-2018, 02:43 AM
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I see this as Jacky, additional I would try to vacuum it out regular if just some smaller spots are affected.

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if i am leaving the carbon in a reactor , do i just use 300l instead 600l and change every 2 weeks ?
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Hello chercm, not like this. Add activated carbon as recommended: 0.5-1 liter per 1000 liters. Replacement intervals are 30 days.

For example: 1. Use 2400 liters of carbon, change every 8 weeks?

* In terms of rules, not to mention the replacement cycle, the number of uses is not correct. (Too much)

* Example 2: The water volume is 100L, assuming Zeo AA 1 drop = 100L, twice a week. Then I can always drop 100 drops, can I not drop in 50 weeks?

* The amount of water and the dose and frequency, too much or too little or too fast, may not be a good thing.



Assuming that the safe use speed of this machine is 10m/s2 and you operate at 100m/s2, unsafe actions and behaviors will easily lead to safety accidents. If you operate at 1m/s2, you will not be able to produce the required output. carry out


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If you struggle with coral coloration or coral health it might be better to use the carbon passively flown in the sump like Jacky has mention. If you run the carbon with active flow in a reactor just use 50% of the recommended quantity in your case 0.3 liters and replace it every 2 or 3 weeks.

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If you struggle with coral coloration or coral health it might be better to use the carbon passively flown in the sump like Jacky has mention. If you run the carbon with active flow in a reactor just use 50% of the recommended quantity in your case 0.3 liters and replace it every 2 or 3 weeks.

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po4 have come down to 0.01ppm according to hanna hi736 but the no3 is still at 2.5ppm ( salifert )
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po4 have come down to 0.01ppm according to hanna hi736 but the no3 is still at 2.5ppm ( salifert )
Hello chercm, it's hard to say too many factors, can you please put pictures and Sump pictures, as well as zeolite reactor flow, and how many fish, and all the current amount of additives, I will help you find the reason. (If you can be as detailed as possible)

Your data is very beautiful, a little bit No3, 2.5ppm will not have a bad impact on corals. (You did very well)

If you prefer, you can try to do this without changing the dosage. 1. Reduce the feeding of the fish 2. Change the filter cotton every day 3. Skimmer adjust the wet 4. Add some zeolite flow slightly, or manually clean the zeolite several times manually . Try it out, this should help.

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By the way, I don't know your tank load and the current coral health. You can put a picture, which is more suitable. (If the current coral state is in front of you 13. Organizing the color (light or dark): brown, the skin is falling, or you use another object to lower the PO4, you are using the PO4 reactor (how long, how long ago, etc.) :Yes. ROWA, so a comprehensive analysis would be better.
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By the way, I don't know your tank load and the current coral health. You can put a picture, which is more suitable. (If the current coral state is in front of you 13. Organizing the color (light or dark): brown, the skin is falling, or you use another object to lower the PO4, you are using the PO4 reactor (how long, how long ago, etc.) :Yes. ROWA, so a comprehensive analysis would be better.


I do not use another po4 reducer just the Kz carbon and zeolite . Once a week I dose coral snow plus -5ml


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I do not use another po4 reducer just the Kz carbon and zeolite . Once a week I dose coral snow plus -5ml


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You are right, you are doing very well. The data is really good. Is the coral problem solved? Is the algae problem solved?
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You are right, you are doing very well. The data is really good. Is the coral problem solved? Is the algae problem solved?


I have beeen dosing 20ml of a balance daily with cyano clean , planning to change out my sand with Kz sand 1/4 this coming week


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I have beeen dosing 20ml of a balance daily with cyano clean , planning to change out my sand with Kz sand 1/4 this coming week


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Sounds good, there is an opportunity in your project to influence the biology of the tank, and you need to think about a more comprehensive approach. Remind you to soak the sand and replace the Ro water until you can't detect the PO4. You can also consider some functional creatures that can help with the cleaning of the sand.
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