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Last Activity: Today, 08:40 AM
Joined: 05-03-2018
Location: Asia
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  • I use Salifert and Red Sea Potassium Test Kit, I think it’s good
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  • thanks. The plan to reduce the dose of nutritional basic products looks good, if you can, Zeo Start 0.25ml x 2 times a day (morning and evening). Quantity of zeolite material: 0.6 liters, through the water outlet of the reactor, use a small container to collect for 30 seconds, volume x120, so that...
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  • Hello mikirs91. Welcome to ZeoVit.Com

    Is your system transferred to the ZeoVit system, or this system has been implemented using the Zeo system for about 10 months?
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    Last edited by jacky; Yesterday, 07:37 PM.

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  • You can also do "quarantine" on high-quality and fresh live rock, but to be honest, it is difficult for us to completely avoid it 100%. In another way, the display system uses dry rock material and adds live rock to the Sump, but this is also not 100% avoiding pests. Even if the dry rock...
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  • Basically, I don’t think there is any need to worry about the problem of "pests". 1. The problem of pests has almost never caused serious/harm/necessity problems in the initial cycle tank. 2. High-quality live rock is positive for biology. Impact 3. With the entry of new corals, you can’t...
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  • jacky
    replied to need help plz
    I would recommend you to use Zeo CoralSnow which should help, while vacuuming the inside/surface of the sand. I'm not sure what those brown traces are. Generally speaking, excessive addition of organic substances can lead to various undesirable results, such as nuisance to algae, cyano groups, and...
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  • jacky
    replied to My home Reef Zeovit setup
    The next additional idea, due to the initial use of dry rock material in the tank, and the use of a "PO4 reactor", and this additional way of reducing nutrients (possibly poor in operation) under biologically unhealthy conditions, this does force Coral TN
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  • jacky
    replied to My home Reef Zeovit setup
    Really, not sure if Portland cement is causing extra pressure on the coral. Perhaps, we can also think about another problem from another angle ("Collect the blue water sample and the blue hose in the cup". However, the ICP does not show any harmful substances. Perhaps some "components"...
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    Last edited by jacky; 08-02-2021, 02:37 AM.

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  • jacky
    replied to My home Reef Zeovit setup
    Portland cement (a binder used as the basic component of concrete) (Portland Cement (English: Portland Cement), also known as Portland cement, is made of Portland cement clinker, 0%-5% limestone or granular It is a hydraulic cementing material made of chemical blast furnace slag and an appropriate amount...
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  • Hello Colton, welcome to ZeoVit.Com. I try to understand what you mean, but I don’t understand the meaning and I’m sorry. Can you try to explain it in other ways? thanks
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  • jacky
    replied to Advice for my tank
    It sounds good, your point of view is the same as mine. Regarding algae, what does it look like? It is difficult to say, maybe, due to the possibility of tank accumulating nutrients, depending on the nutrient level and coral appearance, the nutrient content is relatively high and the color of corals...
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  • jacky
    replied to Advice for my tank
    You have done a good job, and I hope to confirm everything quickly. The appearance of coral tissue is a good way of judging. I observe and test phosphate from time to time, day and night. In fact, sometimes, you will find it (without testing package). Just like my own example: the phosphate level...
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  • jacky
    replied to Advice for my tank
    You can also choose Red Sea's potassium test kit, I think it is good in use, but personally feel that it takes a long time to wait (through a piece of filter paper, drip naturally to the scale of the measuring cup)
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  • jacky
    replied to Protein Skimmer Question
    Basically, I think the 110-INT model should be enough for skimming. But your problem is "no extra space". I think as long as the water can enter the inlet and the outlet steadily, there should be no problem. What we want is to be able to work "steadily".
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    Last edited by jacky; 07-28-2021, 08:47 AM.

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  • jacky
    replied to Protein Skimmer Question
    I have no experience with Reef Octopus 110 INT. I can't say anything. I think you can check the capacity of their water tank from the people who use this skimmer model to see if it is enough. This may be a direction. In addition, as you described the space problem, maybe we should also pay attention...
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  • jacky
    replied to Advice for my tank
    I have no experience with Elos products. I use the Salifert K+ test kit, which I think is pretty good (accuracy and operation). I have no experience in using BioPellet. I roughly searched the text. I think Zeo Start is enough. Zeo Start is used with Zeo Bac (bacterial food), and Zeo Bac is used with...
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  • jacky
    replied to need help plz
    Let's use the complete Zeo product. In some cases, certain "enzymes" seem to be the same,Its traces will stay on the rocks

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nSrM0-bPDSA

    This link, I don’t know what it expresses, but it seems to have the same relationship as your added...
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  • jacky
    replied to need help plz
    You can try Zeo CoralSnow 10ml for 3 days to see if the situation improves gradually and adjust the skimmer wetness. If it repeats, it is possible that the pipe material or filter sponge is continuously leaching (not sure, just an idea). In addition to Zeo products, have you added any additional ...
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  • jacky
    replied to need help plz
    The water does look green. My experience is not very good, but I can’t see anything unusual from the sump. What about the contents in the main display system? Are there any more narratives about the dry rock and dead rock materials? Has it been added midway and has it been cleaned by additional...
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  • Hello MileHighEndus, first of all, I'm sorry, I don't have very good experience with water mist, but it looks like "carbon source and bacteria". I can’t get a clear picture of the net volume from your tank’s basic information. If the net volume is 600 liters (if I understand it is correct),...
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    Last edited by jacky; 07-26-2021, 11:21 AM.

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