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Alpha 1 BioPellets Reactor - Have you used one?


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Mike C.

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I am looking into this unit for a new build and wanted to hear some opinions / reviews about this unit. You can get information here:

http://www.bulkreefs...et-reactor.html

Thank you in advanced!
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Aquamedic has some biopellet reactors on ebay..... they are the prototype ones. They are also very affordable.

Sorry i meant CPR

http://reefbuilders....-nano-tumblers/

http://www.ebay.com/...=item5ae475f736

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Thanks, I looked for them, but couldn't find them. I can get these via my supplier for a decent price so I was curious about these particular models.
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160 for a reactor for pellets is not worth it IMO

you can buy others for much less with the same performance.

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I have an alpha 1 and love it, it is perfect for my 40 gallon, and i like how you can make the flow as high or low as possible and the pellets do not clump. the only issue i have seen is that you have to use courser biopellets such as ecobak, as the smaller ones can clog the pump.


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