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prkajpu
07/18/2017, 07:09 AM
Like the title states, can you use the effluent from a sulfur nitrate reactor to feed a calcium reactor? My thoughts are the calcium reactor will buffer any possible sulfuric acid while also using it along with co2 to run the calcium reactor.

reefmutt
07/22/2017, 11:44 AM
this may be a better chemistry forum question..
But, for what its worth, i think I've seen this done before...

RAY in PA.
08/02/2017, 08:21 AM
I've been doing this for about a year. No problems.

herring_fish
08/03/2017, 02:23 PM
RAY IN PA. I have a general understanding of the principles that make this work but in actual implementation, could you please expand on what you have been doing? How did you configure the unit and how does it work in practice?

prkajpu
08/14/2017, 06:25 AM
I've been doing this for about a year. No problems.



The only thing a couple guys brought up in the chem forum would be the flow rate. The rate of denitrification may not be the same as the rate of calcification.


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