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  1. 1 point
    hi all I'm new too forum I'm new to reef keeping I have a fluval m60 tank is my pictures too big
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    Ecotech Marine have released an upgrade for all Radion lighting units. A light diffuser which is compatible with all generations and only reducing PAR readings by 25% read HERE
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    Morning all, im new to this forum after been suggested it by a family member! i have a 267ltr EA reef pro been keeping fish for years but only reef for probably 3yrs will soon be moving to a new house where I’d like to build a 72”x24”x24” reef tank but this probably won’t be for another year or so.
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    Nice one@JamieJ4249 [emoji1303] There’s some well experienced guys on here that will be able to give you loads of advice. Create yourself a thread on your current tank and another for the one you’re planning (do it in the ‘member tanks and threads’ folder) - that way, you will have a track record of everything in one place (including somewhere to store pictures). Threads have helped me out no end - you get advice from others and you can look back over a period of time. This often enables you to identify what you changed in the past that might have had a positive or negative impact on your reef. As you know, my build has been a year in the making. To be honest, I’m glad it has. I’ve changed an tweaked plans so much since my original planning. Nothing happens fast in a reef tank - the same goes for the planning [emoji6] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Good to have you on board Chris!
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    Guys, I received a text last night from Grant ( @mr tap water ) telling me that he has closed his system down and moved it on. To say I was gob smacked is an understatement ! He has also asked to step down from Moderator but will continue to contribute to Reef Face as a member. I would like to thank Grant for all his hard work and input over the past few years and wish him luck in what ever he decides to do next. I feel it is a massive loss to the reefing community and truly hope he gets the salty bug back again soon. Thank you Grant !!!!!!! @W3bbo and I had been discussing asking another member to join our Team due to increasing traffic. So please welcome @chris.viner87 to the moderation team.