Dc power

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  1. ben lloyd

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    HI All
    a'm busy doing resorts in the field of reef grow with the help with DC current. This is a new field in researching but there are companies all ready using this method in artificial reef building in the ocean, but it's never been used in marine tanks (not wat i know of any way)
    the method is quite simple what they do is to run an electrical current of 10 volts DC through the reef and that encourage the grow tempo.
    Do anyone know of this method or can give me some iv on this subject.

    :nerd: :grouphug:
     
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    I already electricute myself every now and then...With that I might just end up killing myslef :whistling:

    Cool idea though...What is the theory behind it increasing growth?
     
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    Still doing trail and error with my own experiments will let you know of my results asap or my wife will let you know if i electrocute myself
     
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    :lol:
    Just always wear tick rubber boots ;)
     
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    ben lloyd

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    direct current 10 volts is just a slit tingle.
     
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    I think thick ones would be better.;)
     
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    too true :razz:
     
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    Sorry I can't seem to find reference to DC power and coral growth, do you have the actual page links ?

    PS: I think it is Biorock ;)
     
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    ben lloyd

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    oops yes its biorock :googlenub: global coral reef alliance very interesting.
     
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