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MOVING, MUST GO – Salt mixing station /w NEW plumbing – NEW PRICE

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I put this system together a while back and was just about to rebuild it with new piping and schedule 80 gate valves, unions and other necessary items. Depending on your intended build, this is a complete system. I do automatic water changes, but I also use a Tunze 8155 for my ATO. Because of the height of the tank and my aquarium, I was forced to use a much more powerful Neptune systems utility pump, as the one provided by Tunze, just didn't cut mustard. It is served me very well and it will you too. At the price I'm asking, it's a steal, but you will have to pick it up. (location: Laguna Niguel, CA 92677)


New, this equipment cost me $1000.​


I'll take $450 $400 OBO


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INCLUDED :​

7 stage BRS 75/gal RO/DI
- Aquatic Life: Smart Buddie RO/DI Booster Pump - For 50-100 GPD Systems - Aquatic Life (works beautifully!)
- 2 x TDS meters
- extra DI resin
- float valve for RO/DI
- Periha UV-B 18W Drop-in UV light
NEW plumbing!
-1/2 in. x 5 ft. Furniture Grade Schedule 40 PVC Pipe in Orange (2-Pack))
- 1 in. x 5 ft. Orange Furniture Grade Schedule 40 PVC Pipe (2-Pack)
- 3/4 in. x 5 ft. Orange Furniture Grade Schedule 40 PVC Pipe (2-Pack)
- schedule 80 unions
- schedule 80 gate valves
Iwaki pump
2 air pumps (Periha MA-1000, AP100)
Tunze 8155 ATO
- /w Neptune Systems PMUP-T V2 With Power Supply - Practical Multi-Purpose Utility Pump
- Tunze
Osmolator Switched Socket Outlet - Tunze
2 x 55 gallon containers

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I forgot. I had this 6+ month old Periha UV-B 18W Drop-in UV light sitting in the saltwater tank to combat algae.

I added this to the system – AT NO EXTRA CHARGE ($120 value, barely used).

As you can see from the pictures above, I had only recently added this to combat algae. The salt mixing station has been going for several years and only slowly developed algae, as it was sitting in the dark, in my garage.
 

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