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  1. Everything but the tang would be fine. Bioload wise and tank size wise it’s not a good idea IMO based on the rest of your picks. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  2. victoly

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    Grow light. Light is brand new. Just par tested. 3000W LED Grow Light with UV&IR,Full Spectrum Veg Bloom 3-Modes 2-Switch Plant Light,Grow Lamp for Indoor Greenhouse Grower with Daisy Chain (15watt led 200pcs) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083XXMMT3/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_0k.FEbRW3RR5F $125. Pickup in south Austin. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  3. best is in the eye of the beholder. I think T5/LED combos are the best option on the market right now for everything but capital cost. excited to see how this develops!
  4. Is this where we sign up for those ? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  5. Did your fish get the same 15 day quarantine and chloroquine phosphate
  6. Honestly man I'd save that canister money and delay your bioload purchases. Keep an eye here and on FB for the used equipment market. You'll be able to find something in your size range for not that much more than the canister youre talking about that is drilled and has a sump. Problem solved.
  7. I think you're in good shape now. just make sure those nitrates stay detectable, theyre already kind of on the low side.
  8. Looks like you have some pretty nice gear! Should be a great build. I have some info about my WC station in my build thread : http://www.austinreefclub.com/topic/39716-victolys-210/page/3/
  9. The frag tank is a jbj 29 gallon. 24x15x9. Ask and ye shall receive. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  10. metasorb, polyfill or water changes would be the route i took.
  11. IMO they overcomplicate. In order of importance. Temperature, Dissolved Oxygen, Alkalinity, Salinity, PAR, Calcium, Phosphate, Nitrogen, and Magnesium are the only things you need to worry about. Not all can be monitored in real time, but IMO there arent reliable ways of measuring or taking action on nearly anything else. I think ICP might be OK for presence/absence, but I dont think there is consensus among experts in that analytical field that believe ICP-OES is accurate enough to make decisions on for trending. Just my unsolicited 2 cents.
  12. Genius marketing on tritons part. Sells you al-po4 remover, tells you your al is too high lol GFO would get rid of arsenic as well, although I have serious doubts you have arsenic in your tank. Do you see why I dont like ICP now? They got you chasing things that might be real, but cant be proven!
  13. Be very wary of ICP. It's a tool being used outside of it's intended use-case. ESPECIALLY the one you are using, its being operated by an entity that to my knowledge does not have a chemistry background. Tin can be found in fresh PVC that hasn't had time to leach out plasticizers. Some new glass panels are also capable of having tin leech. As for aluminum, what kind of PO4 remover are you using? Some are Al-based....
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