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Old 26-02-2013, 11:52 PM   #11
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Imba K1 siao....
Swee swee.. Respect... you running on two sump ah the white pipes are gravity pull???

Anyway what you bioload ah?
yes it gravity pull .
here my bioload
fish stock whice now i have in 7x2.2x2.5
2 x silver aro
2 x banjar red
2 x RTG
2 x Hiback
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5 x eartheater
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3 x gold fish
2 x Bichir
1 x rope Bichir
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Old 27-02-2013, 02:46 AM   #12
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Bio pellets don't work under fresh water condition??? You sure?
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Mmmmm.....

Fw.... Try wizz ...! Seems to b almost maintenance free w v minimal downtime...
i thought i was sure. lol
are we talking same bio-pellets ? the kind that degrade and feed bacteria ? i have tried a few brands (two little fish, and vertex) and those did not work in freshwater for me.
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I still agreed with Tay suggestion.. the best way to remove nitrate or ammonia is do regular WC on a regular basis and change the filtering wool weekly or bi-weekly.. all the chemical or mechanical filter will not help in long run, it might be worst if the filter breakdown, such as pump stop, oxygen level drop etc etc.

oso.. control your feeding to the fish.. excess food will cause water to go bad very fast.

and be patience... reducing nitrate or ammonia is not a over night thing.. it take time to make thing change from bad to good... patience is the key all all fish keep success.

too fast water parameter changes is also no good for the fishes or BB inside.

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Old 27-02-2013, 10:53 PM   #14
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and be patience... reducing nitrate or ammonia is not a over night thing.. it take time to make thing change from bad to good... patience is the key all all fish keep success.
Thanks for sharing. Agreed that maintaining good water perimeters is not a over night feat.

Need to clarity your advises above, I thought all cycled tanks' ammonia n nitrite value is 0? Or need special effort to lower it to 0?
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i thought i was sure. lol
are we talking same bio-pellets ? the kind that degrade and feed bacteria ? i have tried a few brands (two little fish, and vertex) and those did not work in freshwater for me.
Wizz.... All-liquid 'threesome'..
Checkout commercial thread.... Tested n proven on some of our FW setups already
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Wah, your setup really power.... But at the same time.... Also super noisy!
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