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Old 05-30-2013, 06:52 AM   #11
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I think you guys are confused a drip system is not a wet and dry

A drip system is a auto water change when fresh water drips into the main tank and old water goes down the drain

I have been running one for over 3 years and its great I haven't done a manual water change on my tank for that time

With mine 200 gal per day drips into my main tank via a RO or HMA filter then I have a overflow pipe on my sump to get rid of the over spill

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Old 05-30-2013, 07:25 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by HUKIT View Post
I didn't make one but I use a wet/dry in my 150, there is no better biological filter as one that utilizes oxygen.
Wow. You run a fluval fx5 and a sump! That is a lot of filtration.

It wasn’t until 1853 in London when aeration and filtration of water was understood, that people
were able to keep fish as indoor pets.

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