03-10-2013, 01:51 PM
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Originally Posted by jaysee
Yes, that's one of the things that don't make any sense about the filter design. The water that spins the biowheel has already been filtered, so there is little, if any (depending on bioload), ammonia left in the water to sustain a good bacteria colony on the wheel.
You should definitely ditch the cartridges for the filter and just use a sponge in the slot there as your main filter media, in my opinion.
I see your point, after the bio-wheel is seeded should I refrain from any type of "pre-filter" and just let the water run directly to the bio-wheel?
Or keep my sponge in place as a pre filter?
That's good news on my ability to seed the wheel with seasoned media, it should work well. Posted via Mobile Device