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Since we wrote the post about ReefPearls, we have been asked if we can show them being used. If you don’t remember, ReefPearls are small feeding pellets designed to imitate zooplankton, therefore feeding corals and filterfeeders. The small pellets vary in size from 5 to 200 ┬Ám (microns), which is the natural size of plankton, […]

Here’s another video in the Krzysztof series. This absolutely incredible tank uses zeovit and NP Reducing Biopellets. Flow is provided by 2 Tunze Turbelle Stream 6105, two Iwaki MD 55, Red Dragon 8000 l/h as a main pump. Calcium and alkalinity are maintained by dosing two-part using a Grotech Tec III. The tank is about […]

Reef Interestes (RI), the company who brought us NP Reducing BioPellets and ReefPearls, has something new for us. PO4X4 Phosphate Remover is said to be chemically engineered polymer that can absorb approximately 4x more phosphates than most phosphate removing products. Other differences notes by the company are that PO4X4 will not leak nearly as much […]

This beautiful 750 litter (198 gallon) reef tank is the pride of Poland resident Krzysztof Tryc (lunar). Here is some information about the system: Display: (approximately) 750 liters (198 US gallons); 160 x 80 x 55 Sump: 286 liters (~75,6 gallons); 110 x 50 x 52 System filtration: Reactor with NP reducing BioPellets and Korallenzucht […]

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