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    Quote Originally Posted by bpb View Post
    I use the same reactor you do. I decided to go with a masterflex peristaltic pump to run mine. No line clogging. Keeps the ph 100% stable throughout the day. Zero wavering at all


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    Quote Originally Posted by steveb View Post
    You mind posting the brands you found that worked, and those that didnt't? or is it already documented somewhere you can just point me to?
    PM reactor (old school), korallin (works but wildly overstates capacity, and MTC Procal (current one). I never had to fool with low decreasing effluent rates with those.

    What didn't work was Deltec and reef octopus.

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