110 gallon SPS Dominated Reef - Triton Method

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  1. Simonsen

    Simonsen Active Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor Reef Tank 365

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    Some tank members! :)

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    This kinda looks like there might be some bugs on there but I'm not sure. Hopefully it recovers for you!
     
  3. Simonsen

    Simonsen Active Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor Reef Tank 365

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    I have inspect it and there Are noe bugs on it. Its small brown spots, like when a Coral get brown because of somthing.

    No one else?
     
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    Simonsen Active Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor Reef Tank 365

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    A fresh fts of my display. I just love the new light ramp and after two weeks of use, i can see good result of the T5 Power!

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    revhtree Owner Administrator Staff Member Team R2R R2R Supporter R2R Excellence Award Photo of the Month Award Build Thread Contributor Article Contributor Partner Member 2019

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    Very nice!!
     
  6. Simonsen

    Simonsen Active Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor Reef Tank 365

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    Thanks Revhtree! :D
     
  7. Simonsen

    Simonsen Active Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor Reef Tank 365

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    Week after week i see good change in color and growth. T5 is really necessary to get good growth and nice colors on SPS!

    Some updated pics.

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    Question a bit off topic but are those rocks held up with glue or magnets?
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    What channels do you on to take your photos? Your photos are great and of course your tank.
    I have the V3+ compact. I have challenges taking photos with my iphone
     
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    Your reef tank looking good
     
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    Very nice SPS coral
    Love it
     
  12. Simonsen

    Simonsen Active Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor Reef Tank 365

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    I have build a kind of pillars and use Aquaforest Stonefix and glued them together. :)
     
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    Simonsen Active Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor Reef Tank 365

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    I'm using a Canon 70D whit a 24-70 lens (whit a underwater housing).

    I also have a IPhone 7+ but the pictures Get away too blue. :)
     
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    Simonsen Active Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor Reef Tank 365

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    Thanks, mr! Nice to hear!!:D
     
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    Simonsen Active Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor Reef Tank 365

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    2 new Acro colony's and some tank status.

    Everything is doing Awsome and the new light is realy giving results. :)

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    Hey your tanks amazing! Im having a 120 peninsula being built and was wondering if you found the nyos 220 to be overkill for your tank. I'll have a very similar livestock setup with tangs and acropora. Thanks!
     
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    Simonsen Active Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor Reef Tank 365

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    Hi.

    No. I got a lot of load so i think this skimmer works absolutly perfect and do the job.
    Its pulling out one cup in 4 days, so Its perfect for 100-130G system whit a lot of load. :)
     
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    ws6kid Well-Known Member Build Thread Contributor Partner Member 2018

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    Tank looks great. Hybrid fixture to me is the best. I can already see the color depth in your coral getting better.
     
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    Simonsen Active Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor Reef Tank 365

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    Some updates on my reef. Got some new Apex modules, a refugium reactor and cut down on all Aquaforest products, just dose ordinary balling. Next project is to try the Triton Method, with the Core7 Balling setup. :)

    Take a few updated pictures today. 3 weeks since my new Angel arrived and a lots of new Aussie Acros are acclimating to the light. Stay on for updates! :)

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    Simonsen Active Member R2R Supporter Build Thread Contributor Reef Tank 365

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    After som reading i decided to go whit Triton, after i quit Aquaforest because of to much cyano.

    I feel the ICP test from triton is much more reliable and the balling is a way much more concentrated.

    Whit Aquaforest Balling i use 145ml per day, and now whit Triton Core7 i use 25ml after testing.

    A quick shoot of the Reef after Triton Startup last sunday! :)

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