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Say you want the reactor after the heater. Then you connect the output from the heater to the input of the reactor with a length of hose, and then, the output of the reactor to the outflow / spraybar in the tank.

Heads up: priming the filter is harder with the reactor. To help, fill the reactor up with water as much as possible.

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Do you guys notice a significant flow reduction with both the inline reactor and heater on the same line? I'm designing a tank and I'm not sure if It would be better to go with 2 smaller canisters with the reactor on one and the heater on another or put them both inline with one larger filter.

Any experience/suggestions?
 

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Do you guys notice a significant flow reduction with both the inline reactor and heater on the same line? I'm designing a tank and I'm not sure if It would be better to go with 2 smaller canisters with the reactor on one and the heater on another or put them both inline with one larger filter.

Any experience/suggestions?
Try with two smaller canisters. I think it would have better flow.
 
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