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any idea of how to stack a nano reef tank?
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karlas
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PostPosted: 2003.12.02(Tue)3:25    Post subject: Reply with quote

I never used a calcium reactor but did find this bit of information on them

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In a reef setup Calcium levels between 400 and 500mg/L should be constantly maintained. Alkalinity (carbonate hardness) should also be high
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PostPosted: 2003.12.03(Wed)1:32    Post subject: Reply with quote

OHhh crap.. that looks complicated.. so I need a co2 output and argonite. I could buy the argonnite but the co2 output. umm wouldn't that cost a lot??
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PostPosted: 2003.12.03(Wed)1:42    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm not sure what the cost would end up being, like I said I never used a calcium reactor maby search the interent for parts on prices or look for already built ones.
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