Biopellet Reactor.

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This is my last Biopellet Reactors, i can control the flow in and out.
 

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this is the last reactor
 

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i have to do some changes, i really dont like the way primer the water when first time start, i add one more reactor for ceramic media , i want the bacteria to colonize the the media, this is from one MTC Calcium reactor (broken) i reverse the in out pump, then use a reflector on the bottom , from one flash light, help a lot to move the pellets (1.250 ml on this).
 
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