For sale GEO 612 Calcium Reactor / GLA SS Regulator

GEO 612 Two Stage Calcium Reactor / Complete Setup
$725.00
725 available

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Fall 2017 / Complete GEO 612 Calcium Reactor Setup

Asking $725.00

Will not sell any piece separately.

Stage-1 GEO 612 Calcium Reactor
Stage-2 GEO SMC415 Secondary Chamber

GLA Custom made / Hand-built Stainless Steel, Dual Stage regulator with led chip option for the solenoid.

Regulator, costed more than $600.00. It has a recommended running pressure of 30 - 35 PSI

Incudes a backup GLA needle valve block, that has never been used.

Two metallic red 5lb co2 tanks.

Includes Sicce/Tunze .5 feed pump (continuous stream method) , GEO harness to connect to the feed, two RD/DI line needle valves, with an considerable amount of 1/4” RO/DI tubing.

Enough new media to fill both reactor’s chambers.

*** You will need a new ph probe ***

Just took it down last week and was still running as good as day one. Currently in a vinegar bath to buff back up.

Cash only and is sold as is.

Can meet up at the Aquatic Critter when both parties can agree on a day and time.

Shots taken during the cal reactor’s build and shortly after.

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Just cleaned up

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Have almost the right amount of the old larger Reborn media to fill up the main reactor, and a small amount of the small ARM media for the secondary chamber.
 
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Thanks for the interest.

I'm right outside of Nashville.

It's a local sell, but if someone lives within a three-hour radius (and we come to terms beforehand) willing to meet halfway.

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Just for some pricing incite:

The GLA SS Pro Dual-Stage regulator costed $625.00 counting the led chip.
GLA stopped making that version because the manufacturing cost and the cost of stainless steel. It did come with a lifetime warranty, but it’s just for the original owner.

Here’s the other cost to this setup

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Over $900.00 without including the regulator… :)
 

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