Geo calcium reactor

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by portereef, May 20, 2020.

  1. portereef

    portereef RRMAS Supporter

    Hey everyone during these last months not having meetings and also not being able to just chat. I have been up to no good yet again!! As the title states I have moved over to a calcium reactor. This is because my corals are growing like crazy and my kalk reactor and 2 part isn't keeping up with the tanks demand without dosing crazy amounts of each. EX. 3400 mL of kalk is being dosed daily. I went the following for equipment:
    • Geo 618 with a Geo 415 secondary chamber
    • Green leaf aquatics GLA- PRO 1 CO2 regulator
    • found a 5 lb CO2 bottle from a home brewing site
    • Feed pump for now is a sicce 1.5 but will upgrade to a kamoer or versa
    Media
    • Two-little fishes Re-mag
    • Addictive reef keepings crushed coral rubble for main chamber
    • Addictive reef keepings crushed coral pea sized for secondary
     
  2. huntindoc

    huntindoc RRMAS BOD Membership Director Staff Member

    3400ml?!!!!! How much 2 part would that be equal to? DANG!
     
  3. portereef

    portereef RRMAS Supporter

    A lot over 500ml alot
     
  4. portereef

    portereef RRMAS Supporter

    Well all the parts are in and the reactor is installed. I am giving it a couple days to get itself normalized and producing the right concentration. Here is a picture of the reactor under the tank. I will likely have the Precision marine Kalk reactor for sale and it is just slightly bigger than the main calcium reactor chamber.....meaning that it is a beast of a reactor.
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  5. huntindoc

    huntindoc RRMAS BOD Membership Director Staff Member

    Why can't I see pictures?!
     
  6. portereef

    portereef RRMAS Supporter

    Its the same one I sent you.
     
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  7. portereef

    portereef RRMAS Supporter

    I am completely off of 2 part and kalk! This beast of a reactor was such a great investment!
     
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