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Old 10-02-2010, 11:08 AM   #1
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Refugium or Sump Only

I am planning to replace my canister with a sump for my FOWLR tank. However, I would like to upgrade to a reef tank in the near future. Is getting a sump/fuge combination necessary or sump only will just as beneficial? please advice?

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Definitely add a refugium if you have the room for it. They are excellent for nutrient export and usually one of the two main reasons to add a sump. So unless you have no room for a fuge between your skimmer and pumps definitely do a fuge.
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