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Old 11-04-2016, 02:14 PM   #175
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Originally Posted by shermie View Post
Hi qian hu,

thank your for the fast response, much appreciated!

i have 4 rays 13-14" and 4 aros 20-25" in a 6x2.5x2.5, and feed twice to thrice daily, so i have extremely high bioload WC 50% every 2-3 days to maintain nitrates below 100, it'll be great if utilizing a hydra stream 3 could help reduce ntirates noticeably, i'll be very happy with around 50-60ppm.

was hoping that since the water that would pass through the hydra would already be cleared of most, if not all, NH3/NH4/NO2, the hydra would have a higher chance of working on the NO3. reducing NO3 gradually is fine, as long as at the end of the day i can see the results

going to PM u now for the test results.

thanks again.
Wow, that must be such an impressive tank!! For aquariums with higher bioloads and big water volumes, what some of the Hydra users do is that they link up multiple Hydra Streams so that there's more exposure time to the Hydroxyl Radicals.

Thanks for your PM!

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