PH problem

ZANYMASTER

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I know someone had posted a thread about this and would like someone to show me where this thread is.Basically did a water change and it's stable at 8.0 but my salt should of taken it up to 8.4.Can Phosban make it go down?Thoughts?
 

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I believe Phosban can indeed lower pH.
Another possibility may be oxygen. try to increase aeration of the water and open a window to see if that helps.
 

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I know someone had posted a thread about this and would like someone to show me where this thread is.Basically did a water change and it's stable at 8.0 but my salt should of taken it up to 8.4.Can Phosban make it go down?Thoughts?
how much are you using?
I had 3 - TLF reactor full running on my 180 building a 6X14 for GFO and carbon for the 450
I would imagine you'd have to have a boat load to actually see a a difference
ther was no noticeble drop in my PH

I did have a PH problem but that was before I started using GFO
 
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