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Anyone heard of ProClear Pro 150 w/ prefilter?

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Anyone heard of ProClear Pro 150 w/ prefilter?
Old 10-05-2006, 02:04 PM   #11
 
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Is that true? Do bioballs cause issues with nitrates?
I heard they did, but I do not know. I believe you can build a sump yourself. I thought the samething till I put my mind to it.
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Old 10-05-2006, 04:36 PM   #12
 
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It's hard to say anything without you listing your tank size, demands (reef or fish), feeding schedule. It's just a shot in the dark. A wet/dry will help and be better than a canister for a reef as when a cansiter becomes full the wastes will leech back in to the tank. Fill the space with live rock rubble instead of bioballs. You'll be better off. I have a really nice 1 month old overflow, 22"long 12" wide 17" tall wet/dry and Eheim 1260 return pump for sale cheap, PM please.

Edit: that it seems you already bought yours. Forgot that after reading so many posts telling you to build one AFTER you already state that you have one coming. The proclear series are nice for smaller tanks. Write a review when you get it.
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Old 10-05-2006, 04:44 PM   #13
 
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A wet/dry will help and be better than a canister for a reef as when a cansiter becomes full the wastes will leech back in to the tank.
I use a magnum 350 with the fabric filter and it does not leech thewastes back into the tank. When it gets clogged it starts to blow bubbles into the tank.
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