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Old 06-22-2004, 10:37 AM   #11
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ro water???
DI. I have a NM-60 cartridge, the grade used to threat coolant water in nuclear reactors. No RO so their may be some organics but the water is basically ion free when it gets out. Plus this tanks has been running clear for a few months and this has only appeared recently so I doubt the input water is the cause.

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Old 06-22-2004, 10:49 AM   #12
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density was about 1.245
This is a typo right?! 8O
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density was about 1.245
This is a typo right?! 8O
No, I'm trying to pickle my clownfish.

( In a homer Simson voice) Hmmm, pickled clownfish...

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Heheh... BTW Do you run GAC and have you taken any phosphate readings?
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Heheh... BTW Do you run GAC and have you taken any phosphate readings?
Not yet. But I will very likely load up my eheim filter (mostly empty now) tonight to give it a try. I just read in the article section that GAC is a good substitute to protein skimming, at least for organics removal.

And I don't have a phosphates test kit.

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