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Old 04-17-2014, 04:00 AM   #1
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Plenum & DSP?

I have been thinking about converting my S/B to a DSP if I do this will my tank go through a cycle?

I have also read debates over weather a plenum is essential to a DSP?

I have a S/B of about 2-3 inches now but I'm contemplating the idea of a DSP due to the benefits of de nitrification. It sounds like a solid idea.

Any input would be appreciated. I'm not so savvy on the idea of a plenum though it just seems like it's not a necessity to have a DSP?

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