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Old 02-26-2012, 04:27 PM   #491
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Two heaters it is. Now other brands that are possible? What do you all use?
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Old 02-26-2012, 05:53 PM   #492
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Eheim jäger is the best IMO constant temp. I have a few of them for my tanks. And keep a back up around the house just in case.
Amazon.com: EHEIM JAGER HEATER 13" 150WATT: Pet Supplies
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Old 02-26-2012, 06:29 PM   #493
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I use the aqueon pro's in all my tanks. Durable, pretty accurate and not majorly pricey.
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I use the aqueon pro's in all my tanks. Durable, pretty accurate and not majorly pricey.
I have the Aqueon too! I like it I may stick with that but I don't like that the temp adjuster is a bit of a pain when it comes to being accurate.

Do I need a heater for my QT tank?
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http://www.bulkreefsupply.com/store/...us-system.html

Does this RODI come with a float valve? I couldn't tell. If not should I order there's? It's 11.99.
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that ro system does not come with a float valve. thats the same one i have btw. i like it a lot.
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Old 02-26-2012, 08:09 PM   #497
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that ro system does not come with a float valve. thats the same one i have btw. i like it a lot.
I'm excited to get it! How's your water production? I should be ordering it in a little over a week! Did u but a float valve? If do theirs or another one?
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it is pretty good. haven't really paid attention to how much water it actually makes in an hour. mine is a little slow though cause i only have 40psi of water pressure but i'm happy with it. i don't have a float valve at the moment. i just make sure to turn it on and off when i need it. mine is hooked up to my bathroom sink. i had to go to lowes to get an adapter to make the faucet adapter that came with the unit fit my sink.
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it is pretty good. haven't really paid attention to how much water it actually makes in an hour. mine is a little slow though cause i only have 40psi of water pressure but i'm happy with it. i don't have a float valve at the moment. i just make sure to turn it on and off when i need it. mine is hooked up to my bathroom sink. i had to go to lowes to get an adapter to make the faucet adapter that came with the unit fit my sink.
I may have to do the same. Mine will be hooked up to either the bathroom sink or the kitchen sink I'm gonna have a 32 gallon storage on my patio and transfer 5 gallon buckets to it as I need it.
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Production most likely has a lot to do it water pressure I have 80 psi and make almost 8 gallons a hour but do have a 150gpd membrane.
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