Originally Posted by Macscale
Why do you say that? I've had CPE reduce phosphates plenty before. Sure, GFO
is ideal, but only when run in my reactor IMO
If you look @ a bag of cpe , you will see gold specs, thats the gfo
& as you can tell its not very much of it. It is true that gfo
works best in a media reactor but in my systems i have run it in a canister filter & top of a media basket with great success but that was in my system.
Now just be be clear, i run ff, purigen & cpe in my system daily but when a phosphate issue pops up i use gfo
which i believe was the question asked, its getting late so i could be wrong, lol