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Old 12-23-2003, 12:30 PM   #1
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Sump turn over rate

I am going to be getting a 30 gal sump/fuge. I will have dividers in tank for, mechanical, macros/LR/ and chemical filter. How fast should the wanter flow in and out. If the flow rate is too high, the water not have enough time to be exposed to these elements. Or am I missing something here. never had a sump. I am a converted canister guy.
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