2-in-1 reactor

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  1. neil.h

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    Hi Marco,

    Please can you PM me the pricing on the 2-in-1 reactor of yours with the Hailea feeder pump with shipping up to JHB?

    Thanks
    Neil
     
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  3. Sentari

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    Also interested. Would be nice to see pics of this working and some info on it.
     
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    neil.h

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    Joint shipping? :thumbup:

    I'm literally around the corner from you
     
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    Sounds good!

    Marco please also let me know if you agree with ziyaads post in another thread and let me know if you've tried it.

     
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    tagging along as i want to fluidise the rowa in the 2 in 1. will same me lotsa hassles.

    BTW leme explain why i could not fluidise it - it just filled up with water and started leaking. when i put the Brighwells extrax phos it flowed through perfectly
    Has the 500lph pump
     
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    forgot to add my one is a couple years old already
     
  8. butcherman

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    what does this reactor look like? dimensions?
     
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    neil.h

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    I gather this is it:
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    yup thats it but i have the 1 with 2 cannisters
     
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    i want the one with 2 canisters also.
     
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    Marco?
     
  13. TheWaterboy

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    hello guys....sorry , been off line....hectic on site.

    yip the dual reactors work well.....just need to add a bigger pump......hx6520 or hx 6530 with valve to adjust the flow (if you wanna use rowa)

    i have even sent the units out with flowtek 1200 pumps on....work well

    just remember though as with most reactors if there is a restriction....which you should not get unless sponges are used or the pump intake is blocked then you should get it to fluidise if the right size pump is used.

    the design of our repackable cartridge alows for even distribution of water through out the chamber at all times.....weather fluidizing or not.
    it does noty let little "rivers" to form in the chamber
     
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    hah i need to upgrade the pump.
     
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    Hi Marco, Pm me a price for two units. Can they run in series with one pump and can I put anything in it?
     
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    neil.h

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    Marco, please can you PM pricing of the reactors with shipping up to JHB
     
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    is anyone still using the as a NP reactor?
     
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    Don't think you'll get the tumbling action in that reactor.
     
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    I would use the Reef Octo Pellet reactor - it tumbles the pellets well and it has a strainer to stop pellets from leaving the reactor.
     
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    what about using the two little fish PO4 reactor?
     
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