sumink fishy said:Looking really good Ed, I love the journal style documentary of progress.
I may need you to post mine as I can't find any time in the next few weeks that I'd be able to collect, shame that as It'd be great to meet you.
sumink fishy said:Are you going to pressure test these? I don't mind if you're not and maybe better for all involved if they individually test themselves before fitting. If there's a simple way to test maybe you could advise on how to.
sumink fishy said:Oh by the way, what was the result in the optimum length of the reactor?
sumink fishy said:Also, I assume you are going to let us know the answer to the bioballs inclusion and is this an optional extra and will the bioball addition slow the flow rate by much?
sumink fishy said:Well done Ed.
muckagee said:just curious as to ruffly what one of these would cost to build, as i'm looking to buy the lunnapet 16/20mm external reactor for 39 euros
Excellent work Ed, I've been watching this closely for some time because I wanted to know if I should remove the netting from my Aquamas reactor.Ed Seeley said:I have some netting from James and was also thinking of trying some coarse foam in a layer to try and see if that prevented microbubbles returning to the tank but both of those would require cleaning at intervals and I don't want to do that!
Ray said:Is the entry of the bubbles completely silent? Mine goes "plop plop plop".
I know that feelin' brother! A big pat on the back from me for doing it, they look great!Ed Seeley said:I want to get them done and sent off now as the delays are starting to get on my nerves, never mind the guys waiting for them! I'm sorry to all of you.
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