Go to www.Aquacrylics.com
(same items diff companys)
Mostly, what a wet/dry filter is, is a filter, that has bio-balls in it to filer out the water...some people sub. bio-balls with crushed coral.....but if your starting a coral tank and you have enough lr
, (at least 1.5lbs/gal
) then anysort of bio-media would be a waste because the rock is your filter...the use for a wet/dry filter then is to break up the water before it gets to the sump...
Bio-balls are very nice to have, but if they are left in your filter and not cleaned, it can be very farmful for your tank...after a while bio balls hold on to bacteria for so long that its a very bad thing....
50 Gal. Oceanic Tank w/ Stand
2 Visa-therm heaters
Argonite playsand(about 4-5" deep)
Wet/Dry filter with lr
30lbs. of base rock from hirocks.com
.com-30 keys 10 gulf
mag drive 7 pump
water - about 60 gal
clean up crew....nearing the end of cycle