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Live Rock + Filter + Protein Skimmer 9 37.50%
Filter only 0 0%
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Filter + Protein skimmer only 0 0%
Live rock only 0 0%
Live Rock + Protein skimmer 11 45.83%
Live Rock + Filter (HOB, Canister etc.) 4 16.67%
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Old 07-13-2006, 05:26 AM   #1
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What type of filtration method do you use? Excluding sumps/'fuges etc, i'm trying to work out what would be best to use for the tank i'm stting up, could you also mention if the method you use is successful?! Thanks.



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Old 07-13-2006, 08:12 AM   #2
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I use live rock / and hang on back filter as well as weekly water changes of 20% , I have had good sucesses with that combo
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i have lr, protein skimmer, and a hob to run media in when needed....
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I have LR, protein skimmer and phosban reactor.
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LR and soon to be empty filter.
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I use LR and hob also
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LR, Canister and Protien skimmer. May go a bit overboard, but it keeps the tank on good shape.
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LR, Canister and Protien skimmer. May go a bit overboard, but it keeps the tank on good shape.
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I use LR and Protein skimmer only.
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I already have two canisters and have now got the skimmer I ordered (looks better than expected, with any luck it should be good), i'm trying to decide whether to use the canisters or not bother, only I'm not huge on the whole regular maintinance thing with canisters (trying to prime the things is a nightmare), also there is no need for the ceramics due to the lr i'm getting .. so it's a case of whether it's worth just using them for filter sponges, or not bother. anyway, opinions seem to be rather split on filters.


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