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Old 04-19-2017, 02:08 PM
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Default Automated zeovit system

Is there a way to automate zeovit
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Old 04-19-2017, 06:21 PM
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There are automated reactors like the Vibe reactor and ways you can DIY other reactors. And you can automate your dosing by diluting the additives and adding it with a doser, or using a plunger/syringe style doser. There are ways to automate pretty much anything if you're willing to do the work and spend the money.

You should check out youtube for ideas. I've seen several fully automated zeovit systems. That being said, there is no replacement or substitute for spending the time to observe your tank inhabitants' reactions to your process to ensure you're achieving the desired results. I certainly don't think zeovit is ideal for people who are away a lot and don't get to properly examine your methods and dosing on a regular basis.
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Old 04-19-2017, 09:58 PM
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It's about vacation times!!


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A big difference !

You should be fine if you dose ZeoStart with a dosing system while you are away, continue to dose the other products as usual when you return. Shaking the reactor would be good but you should be fine without doing this temporary also.

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Old 04-20-2017, 05:56 AM
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You should be fine if you dose ZeoStart with a dosing system while you are away, continue to dose the other products as usual when you return. Shaking the reactor would be good but you should be fine without doing this temporary also.



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So you are saying I can dose zeostart with a doser for 15 days.
And if I don't dose Zeobac and spongepower for 15 days it is ok?




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That is what I have recommended. Once if the system runs stabile this does usually not cause issues.

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