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Old 07/02/2017, 09:19 AM   #1
gandolf8
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BRS Biopellet Reactor

anyone running one of these if so how do you like it


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Old 07/02/2017, 11:34 AM   #2
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When I looked for a bio pellet reactor the brs one was not very high on list as far as popularity. You do get what you pay for in this case and I ended up with the Reef Octopus.. Works well but recently changed tanks and is off line at the moment. Biggest thing is to make sure you have a good pump..


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Old 07/03/2017, 09:34 AM   #3
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I have one on my new nano. It's plumbed in and running but there's no media in it. I put some in at first just to play with it.

It's a solid piece of hardware but I can't really give any long term feedback. Honestly, I'm not sure if I'll even end up using it on this tank unless I can't control nutrients otherwise. If I don't use it for biopellets, I may wrap it in one of those flexible LED strips and grow Chaeto in it.


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