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The calcium reactor LGMAquari LGr701 SP is the third reactor in a row that I’ve tried, thanks to the kindness of Geppy and Emanuela, owners of LGMAquari, who made a copy available to me to do a very thorough test.
It’s been 4 months since I installed the reactor into my tank, and now I can finally make a very thorough review.
Some days ago it’s arrived the calcium reactor from LGMAquari, the brand new LGr701 SP.
In a couple of day I’ll put under my tank to perform an hard test, so I’ll write a complete review in a couple of month.
I have to thank Geppy and Manuela from LGMAquari that have sent the calcium reactor to DaniReef for this test.
After writing in the last month of two calcium reactors Korallin C-1501 and C-3001, I am going to review another calcium reactor, the Elos REA120 Plus. With this reactor, I have replaced the previous largest Korallin and I used it on my 400 liter tank filled with hard corals, and I’ve tried using both arm and natural CaCO3 media.
In my story of aquarium keeper I had a chance to try two Calcium reactors Korallin, the C-1501 and C-3001. Both into two different tanks. The C-1501 on a tank of 300 liters and the bigger C-3001 on a tank of 400 liters. Both tanks were full of hard corals (sps). I’ve tried using both arm and natural CaCO3 media. And I must say I was largely satisfied by their operation.