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Red-Sea Aviad

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  1. Red sea pro salt...

    Hi This is a thread with some growth rates using Red-Sea Coral-Pro. If you have any more questions feel free to ask on Red-Sea's Forum. For more information visit Red-Sea's website. All the best, Aviad
  2. Red Sea Salts

    Hi, There is a great shop called Fishtown USA in Flushing, NY (outskirts of NYC). Here is the website and address and phone number: http://www.fishtown-usa.com/index2.php Fish Town USA, 196-33 Northern Blvd, Flushing, NY 11358 Ph: ( 718)-539-5396 Hope I help, If there are any more questions feel free to ask me on Red-Sea's Forum. Have a great day, Aviad.
  3. Red Sea Foundation Mag test problem

    Please PM me with the store details and batch# if you have it. Thank you, Aviad.
  4. Red Sea Foundation Mag test problem

    I hope everything will turn out to be good. Try to mesure the level in a newly made SW with Coral-Pro salt @ 35.0PPT, Mg level should be 1400ppm. or @33 PPT--->1340 ppm. Let me know what happens. All the best, Aviad.
  5. Red Sea Filter Questionn

    Hi, There are three reasons that I can think of that can cause the problem: The first is concerning new tanks, so it's ruled out. The second is not enough water. The third is clogged media. In order to find out what it is, try to remove the collection cup from the skimmer and upload a few pictures of that area with both of the pumps working, and the skimmer turned off, and a few from the fron of the tank. Try removing all the media from the sump and turn on the system(including skimmer) with empty aisles. I can assure you that the skimmer is more than enough. This is a MAX130 with 0 upgrades: Look at the MAX130 that won RC nTOTM DEC-2009. If there are any more questions I'll be happy to answer in Red-Sea's Forum, Aviad.
  6. Red sea max 130d or solana

    Allow me to correct some of the misconceptions: The MAX130 has light bulbs that are sufficient to grow anything, including SPS and clams. The original skimmer is more than enough, the same with the MAX250 (but this is a different topic). This is a MAX130 with 0 upgrades: Another thread here: http://www.nano-reef.com/forums/index.php?...76975&st=20 Look at the MAX130 that won RC nTOTM DEC-2009. If there are any more questions I'll be happy to answer in Red-Sea's Forum, Aviad.
  7. Red Sea Foundation Mag test problem

    DansTundra, First of all, we have a Sponser's Forum here- Red-Sea Forum This is a highly accurate Test kit, and most of the complaints we had, were due to lack of proper mixing of reagent A. Make sure you mix it for 15 sec. in order to allow the Calcium to settle, excess Calcium will alter the reading to a higher value than it truly is. Another possibility is as follows: The end point is when the color changes for the first time from purple to blue. If you continue titrating beyond this point, it will change back to blue but you would get a false reading. Before you give up on your kit, watch this video: If there are any more questions I'll be happy to answer in Red-Sea's Forum, Aviad.
  8. Red Sea Coral Pro salt mix

    Hello, I have just helped Eric with a similar problem. http://www.nano-reef.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=275764 Try to check it out. If there is any questions whatsoever don't hesitate to ask. Aviad.
  9. Biocube HQI vs red sea max 130d

    Yes I am. What I meant was, that if something works fine and you get good results, especially with lighting, there is no need to go overboard with light intensity. In nano reefs where you try to stabilize your system, if overheating is not necessary, I would avoid it. Particularly if you have another alternative that is just as good. At the end of the day, everyone makes his\her decisions, after seeing the entire picture.
  10. SPS lighting Question

    So many variables, starting from the species, water clarity, and so on. PAR measurement would give you an answer, but you better start with a coral at the bottom and move it up as time goes by. Corals better adjust moving from high light to low than the other way around. Corals that are used to low light and moved to high light might bleach due to photoinhibition.
  11. whats this?

    What are we talking about exactly?
  12. Biocube HQI vs red sea max 130d

    The MAX130 has light bulbs that are sufficient to grow everything, including SPS and clams. I think that with the less heat and electricity, they are upgrade from MH bulbs. The surface skimmer needs delicate adjustment, but ones is set makes life easier. The original skimmer is more than enough. this is one with 0 upgrades:
  13. Starfish

    They are harmless, great scavengers. You might see them on corals, cleaning dead tissue. (that is why some think they pray on corals) BUT the do love coraline alge.
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