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Old 20-03-2006, 10:43 AM   #1
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Default Which is better, Ceramic Rings (CR) or Bio Glass Ring

Hi everyone, I was wondering what's the difference between Ceramic Ring and Bio-Glass rings?
Anyone did any extensive research on the two products? I'm considering which one to use in my OHF system. Please advise. Thanks in advance to all contribution.
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Old 20-03-2006, 11:26 AM   #2
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Hi everyone, I was wondering what's the difference between Ceramic Ring and Bio-Glass rings?
Anyone did any extensive research on the two products? I'm considering which one to use in my OHF system. Please advise. Thanks in advance to all contribution.
Hi bro, all I can tell you is to choose the one that has rough surfaces. This will help in cultivating your BBs. Me also still learning, hope this help.
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Old 20-03-2006, 11:33 AM   #3
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Thanks bro, that's what I thought too. But I was wondering if different material used in CR and Bio-Glass Ring could make a difference. Heard anything about this?
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Old 20-03-2006, 05:15 PM   #4
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So far all the glass ring that I came across has bigger surface area than CR
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Just aviod those normal smooth smooth surface kinda CR. Usually better CR costs more and those are what we will prefer to have in the filters.
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Just aviod those normal smooth smooth surface kinda CR. Usually better CR costs more and those are what we will prefer to have in the filters.
bro koji ,

got any particular brands to intro , i think my sump running on those " smooth " CR .
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bro koji ,

got any particular brands to intro , i think my sump running on those " smooth " CR .
Mr Aqua is one common brand which is very good but ex. Sinter glass are another good one.
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Mr Aqua is one common brand which is very good but ex. Sinter glass are another good one.
where sells Mr Aqua in yr opinion the best deal possible ? Sinter glass from wat i know also beri ex too .
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where sells Mr Aqua in yr opinion the best deal possible ? Sinter glass from wat i know also beri ex too .
sinter glass are light compared to those normal CR. Ex lo also. Mr aqua anyway about the same pricing one. Famous C328 should sell cheaper ba I guess
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Hi everyone, I was wondering what's the difference between Ceramic Ring and Bio-Glass rings?
Anyone did any extensive research on the two products? I'm considering which one to use in my OHF system. Please advise. Thanks in advance to all contribution.
I'm using Bio-Glass rings
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