Media Reactor Videos
Learn how to control your GFO and Carbon Media Reactor using a Neptune Systems Apex Controller on your reef tank.Read more »Check it out as Thomas shows you exactly why the BRS GFO and Carbon Deluxe Media Reactor has earned the title of being the BEST.Read more »The BRS GFO and Carbon filter media reactor is at the top of our list for fluidizing media on a reef tank but don't get caught making these mistakes!Read more »Keep your tank sparkling and free of contaminants using Brightwell Aquatics Purit.Read more »
How important is mechanical filtration? Today on BRStv, Ryan discusses the benefits of mechanical filtration in a reef tank to help remove organics and particulates before they can pollute the water. That means using filter socks for large particulates, skimmers for dissolved organics and media reactors for media like carbon. #BRSWWC #reefingmethods It wouldn't be BRStv without a giveaway! WIN a $50 Gift Card, below! Click Here How often are you swapping socks? Answer on our R2R forum! Click Here This is going to be one for the books and we look forward to you following along as we attempt to re-create WWC's unbelievable success they've had with the stunning tanks in their Orlando shop, as well as show you how you can do it at home! *Legal Stuff* The purpose and content of this video is to provide general information regarding the products and their applications as presented in the video. Aquatic sales solutions, inc. And its officers, directors, employees and agents
https://www.bulkreefsupply.com/protein-skimmers/reactors/biopellet-reactors.html Today on BRStv, we have another episode of BRS 52 FAQ where we answer all of your frequently asked reefing questions from our popular 52 Weeks of Reefing series. This week we are answering Lazarus Vintage's question from Week 26: “I've recently purchased the Dual Carbon/GFO reactor with pump and I have limited space. Can I convert the GFO side to use all-in-one biopellets, and continue running carbon like normal? The simplest answer is that unfortunately, no you can't use the dual reactor to accept biopellets without modification. The flow rate required by the pellets, versus what the carbon can handle is too drastically different. Additionally, the slime generated by the pellets could clog the sponges in the carbon canister. That being said, there are some other solutions you can implement! So follow along as we show you our preferred solution, provide some helpful insight, and help make r
It's Week 24, and this week we are talking chemical filtration which is the practice of using various medias to remove unwanted elements from the tank like color pigments, odors, phosphate, carbon dioxide, ammonia, heavy metals, accidental toxins, and a variety of other contaminants. We'll explore activated carbon, GFO, resins, CO2 removal media, and zeolites . We will share what they are for, some performance data as well as some of the various methods of implementing them in the aquarium. All of these medias are effective and safe but almost every experienced reefer will tell you limiting the amount of medias to those you find particularly valuable are generally a good idea for the tank because they all have some unknown or unintended effects on the water chemistry. for the most part there just isn’t a better replacement for a solid water change schedule but these medias have some undeniable results and why so many reefers use them as part of a large component of overall tank m
There are few main differences between the mini 5" and the larger 10" reactor. First, the mini is designed to either run carbon alone or a mix of GFO and carbon. While it might be possible, we don't suggest running GFO alone because the reactor is a bit too short to get it to tumble properly. While the larger reactor can be used with different volumes of GFO and carbon by sliding the foam disk up and down, with the mini we suggest packing the small cartridge full which will prevent issues from the carbon and/or GFO tumbling and creating unnecessary fines. This means you can add around 3/4’s cup carbon to the reactor or a mix of one half cup carbon and a quarter cup of GFO. You will need a tool like a screw driver to pop the top off, add your media, replace the foam top and both plastic lids and you are ready to go. INSTALLATION: There are two ways to go about installing this small reactor which is probably heavily dependent on your spatial constraints. First one is to cut a
In today's episode we are going to do a quick demo on how to use BRS GFO and Carbon Media Reactors. We go over which medias should be tumbling and why. Mixing the medias, advantages and disadvantages. We also cover a few ways to keep the reactor free of tank debris that can clog the reactor. Disclaimer
This is our third episode of the how to start a reef tank series. In this episode we are going to add some popular, but optional, equipment as well as discuss good feeding habits. Disclaimer© 2021 Bulk Reef Supply. All Rights Reserved.