Ok guys I will attempt to answer all of the questions. I have a 100 gallon tank with a 40 gallon sump - with about 25-30 of it filled. Im running a full container of 150 grams of Phosban in a phosban reactor on the tank.
Also I have about 5 turbo snails and NONE of them touch the algea.
system I have is a 4 stage. Its a sediment, carbon and DI
with a high S on the top of the unit. I have just recently changed all of the filter with the exception of the High S. It was changed about 6 months ago.
I dont know what the PO4
level is coming out of the tap. My RO
water is 5-10 PPM
. in my tank there are 0 PO4
- but then again this is due to the phosban reactor going. Also I have 0 nitrates in my tank and in my RO
water as far as I know.
My delimma is this. I run the RO
unit into a 40 gallon trash can for SW
mixing. My top off water is run from my RO
unit into 5 gallon buckets.
SO I think what I will do is this. Put a Phosban reactor on a seperate trash can. I will run a phosban reactor in that trash can. Once it runs in there I will pour that water into the 40 gallon mixing can. I will continue to run the phosban reactor on the small can and then once the PO4
has been removed I will dump that water into the 5 gallon buckets. Seems like a lot of work...any other ideas?
Or I could put another in line DI
filter as the very last stage of my RO
unit and see if this solves the remaining PO4