Converts your Korallin C-1502 Calcium Reactor to a S-1502 BioDenitrator.
Korallin is a German based company who is a manufacturer of specialized aquatic components and accessories for the advanced marine aquarist.
January 03, 2012
Yes, I would recommend this.
Regarding a previous comment that it doesnt work - you mentioned you needed to clean the media freq. This is why it didnt work to reduce nitrates. Once setup, you dont open the reactor + expose it to oxygen. If you do, you kill the anaerobic bacteria (which reduce the nitrates). If the media was full of algae + waste - your drip rate was too low for too long. Adjusting the drip rate is essential until the reactor is fully colonized (4-6 weeks). Once colonized, you can speed up the drip rate + you dont have to adjust it much anymore (set + forget, well sort of). However, always check its output for nitrates, pH, Alk, and Ca since they are affected.
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