Reactor sizes on Lonnnnggg tanks.
I have an 8' and a 7' tank plumbed in series onto the same sump. there is about a 3 foot drop between tanks in a 1.5" pipe. They are both shallow (12") and each has an overflow toothed weir that is ~ 24" long. In total 170 gallons, 25 square feet of agitated surface area. Suffice to say i have a lot of water to react and a lot of surface off-gassing to compensate.
I have an aquamedic 1000 running 400gph with the bleed valve running back into the sump (everyone please stop calling this a venturi... it isn't)
AM1000 doesn't cut it. Only about 0.3 drop in ph, all 3 indicators are blue.
Do you think I can get sufficient dissolution with a couple of griggs reactors? or is there so much off-gassing going on that i'll be chasing the un-reachable?
Yes this is a ridiculous farm setup.
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