BRStv Reef FAQs is a question and answer video series in which Ryan, our host, gives quick and honest answers to some of your most frequently asked questions on a wide variety of reef aquarium topics including nitrates, phosphates, protein skimmers, water changes, lighting, powerheads and so much more.
Making mistakes is easy when you're doing something for the first time. Let us help you avoid some of that learning curve and avoid these common beginner mistakes.Read more »We put together this easy to understand guide to explain how a calcium reactor works for what we feel is the highest percentage path to success. Once you understand these basics, it is easier to...Read more »Choosing the most economical lighting option for your reef tank is not best approached by simply looking at the cost of the LED module, instead you want to find a way to avoid the endless cycle of...Read more »Deciding whether or not a calcium reactor is worth the cost is more complex than you might think. A variety of factors should be considered that are very specific to you and your aquarium. Ryan...Read more »A protein skimmer is considered by many to be one of the most beneficial components of your filtration system and understanding what they do and how they do it will help you make the best decision...Read more »Finding the right height to mount your reef tank lighting, specifically LED lights, can be confusing because the advice is often conflicting. The reason this gets a bit tricky is because every tank...Read more »LED manufacturers do not make clear recommendations for how many LED fixtures you need and how to space them over your tank. The reason is because when it comes to reef tank lighting, every tank is...Read more »
PAR & Reef Tank Lighting Schedules: What's the ideal program for LED aquarium lighting? - BRStv Reef FAQsSlide and pray is becoming a tired story about reefers trying to find the right PAR values and reef tank lighting schedule. The proven results with simple plug and play T5 and metal halide lighting...Read more »© 2021 Bulk Reef Supply. All Rights Reserved.