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Old 03-05-2012, 08:47 PM   #46
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Using a reactor without chopping is probably a little less efficient for solubility, so the trade-off for reduction in the 7-up look is to add a bit more gas.
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Old 03-15-2012, 08:28 PM   #47
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I change the mag7 impeller back to the stock.
I moved the CO2 hose from the intake of the mag7 to the return side which goes into the reactor.
There are now a lot less tiny bubbles in the tank...
It looks a lot better, there are still bubbles in the tank as you told me there would be, but they are not as noticable. It looks way better this way!!!!
I wont know until this weekend, how soon the drop checker changes as compared to previously.
How do you handle the heat in your tanks in the summer?
THANKS AGAIN!
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