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get-r-done
10/04/2006, 03:31 PM
I have been trying to get a picture of a ricordea coral I am interested in. I was told Monday I would get a pic of the coral in question in an email that same day. no email sent
I called again Tuesday , I was told it would come to me in a few hours. No email sent.

Now it is Wednesday, no email, no picture.

I understand things can get busy but why promise a guy something and not follow through? Or at least email or call and say there is a problem or something.

Jim:confused:

Jeremy B.
10/05/2006, 08:18 AM
Hi Jim,

I believe Michelle sent the picture over to you yesterday afternoon (Wednesday). Please let me know if you did not get it.

Thanks,
Jeremy

get-r-done
10/05/2006, 10:24 AM
Jeremy

thanks for helping out I did get the picture yesterdayafternoon.

I have a question about sequence pumps I wonder if you could answer for me. I have a 220 galloon tank. I have 2 Tunze streams for water movement and have a Eheim 620 as my return pump. I have an awfull lot of particles floating in the tank all the time. I am wondering if I need more turn over in my tank to get the particles into the filter floss in the sump.
I was thinking about the Sequence Dart or the Snapper. I have about 8 feet of head pressure ( calculated ) and want to have about 5 times tank turn over. Am I correct in assuming that a higher turmn over will help clean the particles that I have or is the Eheim move enough water for me.

Jeremy B.
10/06/2006, 10:35 AM
Hi,

I'm assuming you are probably meaning the Eheim 1262, correct? Getting more turnover isn't necessarily going to remove your particulate. However, keeping your filter floss changed out as much as possible, or even going to something that is more a filter pad even, might work better for you. Just keep in mind you need to keep these cleaned out as much as possible to avoid any nitrate issues that may come up with them.

The Dart and Snapper pumps are awesome. With 8' of total head pressure you might want to go with the Dart, since you would be at 1600gph with that. THe Snapper would only net you about 1200gph.

Thanks,
Jeremy