Having a go at making my own reactor

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Just having a go at making a fluidised reactor will let you guys know how it goes any advise welcome

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Love a bit of DIY aquarium gear! What is it for, carbon?

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Love a bit of DIY aquarium gear! What is it for, carbon?
Yes I think I might use it for that, was unsure of using the bathroom silicone to seal the tubes in, would it affect the water etc any thoughts

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Yes I think I might use it for that, was unsure of using the bathroom silicone to seal the tubes in, would it affect the water etc any thoughts

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Yeah, get yourself some aquarium safe sealant e.g, HA6 marine grade.  Otherwise it might have mould inhibitor which is a big no-no.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Silicone-Sealant-Marine-Aquarium-Adhesive/dp/B00BBIARNA

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Yeah, get yourself some aquarium safe sealant e.g, HA6 marine grade.  Otherwise it might have mould inhibitor which is a big no-no.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Silicone-Sealant-Marine-Aquarium-Adhesive/dp/B00BBIARNA
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