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Old 10-24-2012, 09:02 AM   #1
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Bio pellet help?

HI there,

Currrently setting up a 75g reef and was planning on using a bio pellet reactor and a carbon reactor, (instead of gfo). My question is, do i use the bio pellet reactor throughout the cycle? I remember seeing that this helps somehow? I am not going to run my skimmer and carbon reactor until after the cycle.
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Old 10-25-2012, 12:40 AM   #2
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HI there,

Currrently setting up a 75g reef and was planning on using a bio pellet reactor and a carbon reactor, (instead of gfo). My question is, do i use the bio pellet reactor throughout the cycle? I remember seeing that this helps somehow? I am not going to run my skimmer and carbon reactor until after the cycle.
I dont see what it would hurt it will reduce nitrates as there created during cycle i ran my skimmer and fugi during cycle with no problems but imo id run gfo over carbon
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