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  • SeanCallan
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    Thanks Edward and Madison

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  • OUinLA
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    in 1/8" acrylic tube it starts at 1 1/2" OD and increases up to 4" in 1/4" increments. At the point is sometimes jumps 1/2" increments. So the smallast you could do is 1 3/4" OD with an inner chamber that has the 1 1/2" OD. That might be a little small though

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  • invincible569
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    Usually people dont use Ca reactors for a nano. Its easy just to dose manually since its not a heavy load. If it was my choice, I would choose for a short/fat. There is more area for the water to circulate instead of a skinny chamber.
    Last edited by invincible569; 04-03-2005, 08:26 AM.

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  • SeanCallan
    started a topic Nano Reactor?

    Nano Reactor?

    What is the smallest possible acrylic tubing that could allow for another "inner" tube for the pumping aspect?

    Would it be more desireable to utilize a short&fat reactor vs a tall&skinny?

    Just curious as I want to get my nano running
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