Red Sea Reefer XXL 625 G2

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Hi,
I am considering to buy a reefer xxl 625 g2 and I want to use the sump a refugiumto the max. I am just wondering if there was enough space to include a skimmern and some kind of media reactor.
Is there anyone who can help to answer my question?

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Thank you for your reply.
I tought I could use different slides to adjust the size of the refugium.
So I would like to use the setup with the most space for an algea refugium.
In addition I want to use my Royal Exclusive Skimmer (about 25 cm x 30 cam) and a floating bed reactor of 20 cm x 15 cm. Both of them have to go into the same chamber. Therefore my concerns whether they would fit into or don't.
 

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Thank you for your reply.
I tought I could use different slides to adjust the size of the refugium.
So I would like to use the setup with the most space for an algea refugium.
In addition I want to use my Royal Exclusive Skimmer (about 25 cm x 30 cam) and a floating bed reactor of 20 cm x 15 cm. Both of them have to go into the same chamber. Therefore my concerns whether they would fit into or don't.
I'm running a Red Sea 750XXL v3 and I have a Nyos Quantum 160 skimmer and pair of Nyos Torq reactors in the rear chamber - which has been reduced in size with the horizontal partition expanded to maximize the front chamber (where I run my ReefMat and bio media, but where you'll probably run your refugium). You should have no problem fitting a skimmer and reactor in the (reduced) rear chamber.
 

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