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Old 08-22-2014, 11:00 PM   #41
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I decided to build a sump, cause was too much stuff hanging of the aquarium,I Learn for next time I ll go for a pre drill tank, but can't really complain, the hob cpr overflow is a good tool....
Had to invest on a uv sterilizer because I had a marine velvet in the aquarium, cost me 4-5 little fishes,so sad.... Now everything looks good, really happy for what I did. Even build my own sump, I know is nothing too difficult, but I had no clue how to do it...
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Old 08-23-2014, 01:04 AM   #42
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I love my CPR overflow. Be careful with the nipple that the aqualifter attaches to. After 2 years mine broke because I've been too rough on it.
As for the UV sterilizer, don't bother. One would have to pass at least 75% of your total water column through it to be of any benefit. That would mean it would need to be plumbed directly into your return line, or something similar. These really don't exist outside of public aquariums or even home drinking systems.
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Yes the cpr overflow is great sniper,hopefully mine last long time....😃😃😃


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