Sulfur Reactor

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PeteMoss created the topic: Sulfur Reactor

Has anyone had any success or failure stories in relation to a sulfur reactor? I've run them on my reef tanks, but never on my freshwater aquarium. Been tempted to throw one on the tank.

Also, anyone had any luck with a coil denitrator? I have one kicking around that came with an aquarium, but I've never personally used one. Any measurable difference in nitrates after running one?

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OFL replied the topic: Sulfur Reactor

No, no experience here whatsoever, although I did look at themselves or years ago. The way I look at it is carrying out regular water changes keeps the nitrates under control. I just don't see any need for them on a tropical freshwater aquarium. I think you'll find that they are probably more common on saltwater Reef aquariums where water quality is that much more critical

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