Green killing machine and dinos

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Green killing machine is low end UV unit , did anyone have success using this to beet dinos ?. Few users report using this unit in the main dino thread and but did not report back. Any reviews is appreciated
 
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It works fine for dinos (with enough wattage). Been used by multiple people.
 
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I have the Amphidinium small cell type . I have been dosing silicate just in case , and running a blackout . My in my last attempt; after the blackout they came back.
 
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It works fine for dinos (with enough wattage). Been used by multiple people.
I was thinking about the 24w version , for a 40 gallon tank . The one pictured below
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I am using the 9W version on a JBJ 28 cube. I run it about 3-4 days a week for well over a year and have never had dino's or any fish diseases. I think it works great.
 
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update : Dinos completly gone , installed uv after 5 day blackout . Zoas the lps opneing up again. Unfortunatly all sps and a octospawn died in the battle.
 
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