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My Diy Stirrer Plate (lots of videos)

by Sisterlimonpot on 11-25-2011 at 11:36 PM
My Diy Stirrer Plate (lots of videos)

I dose alkalinity and calcium to my tank via a bubble magus dosing pump. However, despite the fact that itís said that after mixing soda ash and calcium carbonate powder with distilled water into their respective container they are supposed to stay mixed, I have had quite the opposite experience. Although there isnít sediment resting at the bottom of the containers, the liquid is more concentrated throughout different areas, making constant tank

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Water Chemistry , ‎ Equipment , ‎ DIY projects

MASVC Meeting

by Sisterlimonpot on 10-18-2011 at 01:16 AM
So today our local reef club had its monthly meeting, I gave a slide show presentation on carbon dosing, which was segwayed into the raffle where the grand prize was a BRS Bio Pellet Reactor and Pellet Combo Pack (Donated by BRS). Out of all the other raffled items this one had the most tickets, I tossed 10 tickets in the pot knowing full well my chances were very slim because there were guys tossing 30+ tickets in the pot. But low and behold my number was called and I walked away with the grand

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Equipment , ‎ New Additions

long overdue update

by Sisterlimonpot on 10-11-2011 at 11:10 PM
Here's an update of my tank, these pics were from last month.

the tank is 1 year and 4 months old.

I finally have gotten a grasp on keeping alk and calc stable, I have started to see some great growth in my corals.



First a couple FTS:


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Tank Entry

IceCap

by Sisterlimonpot on 01-30-2011 at 03:09 PM
I have an IceCap 660 that needs to be sent in for repairs. With them going out of business, where does one take these for repairs?

Thanks

Updated 01-31-2011 at 10:46 PM by melev

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