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  • New Madison Zeo Reactor is here

    Thanks so much for custom making thsi reactor for me Madison. I know you were in teh midst of a move when I requested it but you still came through in fine style. Well worth the extra wait time.
    Thanks also for the little goody yuo stuffed in the box! I appreciate that.

    Here are some pics of it. It is well constructed and looks nice in my sump even dry sitting on an old kitchen table LOL

    I am going to run it on an Eheim pump.


  • #2
    I'm glad it arrived safely. I see one thing that looks weird though. In the pic of the stir plate it looks like the "collar" that holds the perforated plate in place seems to be in the wrong spot. It should be right above the plate "sandwiching" the plate to the cap on the other end. If it's loose, just add some PVC cement and put it back in place. Or I can send you a new stir rod if it's beyond repair.


    • #3
      Looks sweet Mike!

      you will love it!

      275 Gallon Envision Acrylics Tank, 70 gallon sump, BK 300 internal, Zeovit, 5 sequence darts (1 on a oceansmotions 4-way), medusa dual controller, 2 ebo jaer 250w heaters, 1/2 hp JBJ comercial chiller, 4 RO IIIs w/14k hamilitons, 4 VHOs super actinic, deltec pf500 Ca Rx, 3 reef ceramic pillar, and 1 reef ceramic mini-reef, 5 ceramic closed loop intake screen covers, with 50ish pounds of LR


      • #4
        I ahve soem weld on madison if that is safe to use. Honestly I am pleased with this. I appreciate it and would recommend you without hesitation to anyone looking for custom work!!


        • #5
          Hey Mad I didnt know you were making them again
          180G SPS Mainly
          10 Bulb T5 Starfire
          Calcium Reactor
          3 Tunze 6105's
          Profilux Controller
          ATB Return w/ wavysea
          ATB M External Skimmer


          • #6
            Mike, weld on 16 would work, or weld on pvc cement. I'd suggest sticking with a PVC cement.

            Nick, I never stopped making reactors.