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Some of the options that are available on your new aquarium.
Simple troubleshooting and maintenance guide
What do I do when the nitrate has been reduced to zero?
For those people who do not want to inject the unit on a daily basis
For those people who do not want to inject the unit on a daily basis
We would generally recommend that you only follow the MANUAL OPERATION method for the smaller reactors; however the principles are valid for all models.
It is necessary to provide a carbon based food for the anaerobic bacteria which is usually supplied in the form of alcohol.
What is a Nitrate Filter and how does it work?
Important details regarding temperature and calibration to achieve an accurate measurement from your refractometer.
D-D supply a short section of pipe to identify the 3 ports on your RO units where the coloured pipes are fitted. This article advises on how you can easily check these are correct.
Details on the D-D flushing flow restrictor.
Information on how a reverse osmosis membrane works and how long it lasts.
This article describes the principles behind Reverse Osmosis.
The D-D UV Sterilisers have many benefits over conventional models.
Conventional UV Sterilisers lose approximately 50% of the radiation before it even leaves the UV tube.