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      Advanced Reef Technologies K2R Calcium Reactor
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      Description: A calcium reactor offers a simple solution for calcium and alkalinity maintenance of reef tanks. It is especially well suited for stony coral type tanks where calcium and alkalinity demands are high. The Advanced Reef Technologies K2R uses CO2 gas injection to lower the pH of the recirculating water to a point where the aragonite contained within it is dissolved. This helps maintain both calcium and alkalinity. You will not need to drip kalkwasser or add calcium chloride solutions to maintain the essential element of calcium in your reef tank. Advanced Reef Technologies K2R features all acrylic construction, reliable Eheim pump, and integrated bubble counter.

      Height: 19-1/2"
      Footprint: 8" x 8"
      Capacity: Up to 450 gallon tank
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      Registered: November 2005
      Location: MD
      Posts: 83
      Review Date: Sun July 22, 2007 Would you recommend the product? No | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

       
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      I agree in terms of the instructions being vague which is a bit disappointing,giving into account the price the item costs.I drip the effeunt into a second chamber to use any excess co2.I think it should come with supply pump recomendations because as you increase the co2 the supply pump has to overcome the pressure created by the injected c02.
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