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- May 11, 2016
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I’m sure they do. But rest assured if they don’t they’ll take care of you ASAP.
Finally got the di-7 and installed over the weekend and everything was ready to go.
Alarm went off for the first turn of the roll. Reset manually turn the roll now back on again wait for the next rolling see what happens
I have question for you guys who had it installed in your sump is every time the roll turning it makes your skimmer overflow? Mine did that
It is Marine Depot 30” sump
I just use an old 40g breeder, but I like how your Klir is separated from the other areas of the tank. Mine is not (I use one of the standalone brackets for it), and I'm considering building an acrylic open top box to set the whole thing inside of, similar to yours. I do still get some debris in my tank for various reasons, and I feel like the separate chamber will make it easier to clean the debris out on a regular basis. Love yours!
So what it the advantage of running two in your sump. With a step down sock system like yours does the second one even have anything to filter out? I would have thought the first one would do the majority of the work.
The Klir Di-4 unit can handle flows up to 750 GPH. The Klir Di-7 can handle flow up to 1800 GPH.
So if you have a sump that holds two filter socks but you are only moving 600gph, you technically only need one Klir filter. You can then install a diverter cap, which is sold separately, on the open filter sock holder to either close or reduce the flow that will bypass the Klir filter.
On the other hand, if you have the same sump and you are moving 1000 gph, you will need to run two Klir fiters in a master/slave setting where both Klir filter motors are connected to a single controller with a single sensor. SOURCE