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Old 08-10-2013, 03:39 PM   #11
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I use regular ole BRS gfo in my reactors. Works very well for me, but I do get that clumping if I use the bRS reactor. I try to use my phosban reactors since it doesnt clump hardly at all in those but they are small for my big tanks. I;m looking to try the hi capacity gfo from BRS, is it really a huge difference? You guys who use it let me know.
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I didn't see any difference Carey.
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The high capacity GFO seemed to last about two weeks longer before having to change it in my setup
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Ahh ok, so it may prolong the useful life then....I don't run it that often so I probably wouldnt see a difference.

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