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Unread 05/13/2008, 03:31 PM   #1
tat2tillidie
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when hooking up a kalkreactor should i

when hooking up a kalkreactor should i start dosing slowly or just use it to top off my tank as well as adding kalk? i lose about 2 galklons a day due to evaporation. i imagine i will lose less hence i turned the temp down a couple degrees. so any info on this would be greatly appreciated


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Unread 05/13/2008, 04:17 PM   #2
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I replace 100% of evaporated water with Kalk using a reactor and I believe that this is the common method.


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Same here, I try to mix up enough in the reactor to last me a week or so.


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