- Oct 17, 2018
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There are many possible reasons why UV may not be effective against them. The UV may not have an appropriate flow rate, the contact time may not be right, it may be a type of dino that UVs aren't known to be effective against, the number of dinos actually sterilized by the UV may not be great enough to make a dent in the overall population or reproduction rate, etcetera, etcetera.So you're saying many of them won't go through the sterilizer, not that the dino's are immune to UV. Am I correct? If they are free floating in the water column with an appropriately size sterilizer, why wouldn't they be going through the sterilizer?
As you continue to try to find a crack in my statements, you ignore the only thing that really matters, and the only point I've made from the beginning. UV is not an absolute solution. And this should be taken into consideration by someone who's about to quit the hobby, considerate of expenses, and hasn't made an ID on the dinos.