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I wouldn't mind trying a scrubber on my little Red Sea Reefer Nano but I think the L2 would be grossly oversized if it would even fit. I didn't see any dimensions on your site. Any plans on making something for us little guys?
 

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I have some sketches and thoughts on a rim-mounted nano for sumpless and smaller tanks. Need to work out details and prototype, it's likely a ways off. But I have an interest list running for that, kind of informal at the moment.
 

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I have some sketches and thoughts on a rim-mounted nano for sumpless and smaller tanks. Need to work out details and prototype, it's likely a ways off. But I have an interest list running for that, kind of informal at the moment.
Well here you go!
And if Floyd has a prototype you @squareriggersailor maybe can be the beta tester for him ;)
Floyd wouldn't mind I said that :rolleyes:
 
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I do have a sump, it's just a little tight. If I 86 the skimmer I'll have lots of room. I may not use the integrated ATO reservoir that is that little glass tank up top which would free up even more space.
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