A calcium reactor is used to maintain a balanced amount of calcium and alkalinity in your reef tank. In order to use a calcium reactor, you will need a CO2 regulator, CO2 tank, pH probe/controller, small feed pump (flow rate should be set 1-2 liters per hour) and calcium reactor media.
Well Stocked Tank - Rated up to 370 gallons
Medium Stocked Tank - Rated up to 450 gallons
Light Stocked Tank - Rated up to 500 gallons
- High performance reverse flow design
- Control the reactor with CO2 needle valve and the effluent valve
- Auto fill bubble counter
- pH probe holder
- Easy to remove lid
- Precision effluent control valve
- Solid construction
- 1/4" quick connect fittings
- Body Size: 9”
- Foot Print: 16.5” x 11”
- Total Height: 22.8”
- Media Capacity: 9.3L
- Inlet Size: 1/4"
- Max Feed Rate: 150 GPH
- Suggested feed rate is slightly higher than a full flowing influent
- Quiet operation
- Silicone Nitride shafts and bearings to resist the build up of calcium
- Power Consumption: 60 Watts
- 2 year on pump
- 1 year on reactor body
Water Blaster 5000 Recirculating Pump Features:
Item #: SRO-CR5000
Tony says GRRRRRRRRRRRRRReat By Gary on 12/28/2016Gary would recommend this product to a friendI use with a Cole Parmer Masterflex. . I am at 50ml per day and at a ph of 6.4 and it is doing super. Never a leak and easy setup.
Horrible Quality Control By squidface on 12/28/2015squidface wouldn't recommend this product to a friendPurchased this for a customer and it leaked where the threads on the lid were machined. Also where the bottom cap of the bubble counter was glued on. BRS was good enough to immediately ship me another one which also leaked where the bottom cap of the bubble counter was glued on. Coralvue, the manufacturer was absolutely useless. They had no more in stock and no spare parts. 4 out of 5 Reef Octopus products I've worked with have had defects. No more Reef Octopus for me.