What evidence do you have to support that? Any trials? And comparisons? Any numbers? Thanks.Published on Apr 9, 2016P2o Reactors Design for Advance Reef Saltwater Filtration
CO2 Reduction (Carbon/Oxygen Bonds)
H2O Management (Smaller Usage)
Bacterial Control (Electrostatic Utilization)
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Flexible In Sump Setup. Dual Water Input
There have been many questions on what exactly the P2O reactor is? and for a better question, what does it do? It utilizes a number of innovative means in which to solve many of the common problems that we experience in our in-home reefs.
Without the proper degassing of CO2, there is an inexhorbitant amount of CO2 in a reef system......
So, with this device, the open ended degassing of the water column is vital in the expulsion of CO2.
The P2O device is needed to create a substantial amount of cavitation internal to the device such that as it exits, the CO2 gas is disturbed enough to be released from the water column and to naturally aspirate.
The P2O Reactor also utilizes the static electricity generated by running water and ionizes it by passing it passively over the strategically positioned silver/gold(.9999) ion tab located internally to the P2O Reactor. This ionization renders bad ?gram negative? bacterium inert and in a zombie like state in which they do not multiply. This allows for the good gram positive bacteria (nitrifying bacteria) to outcompete the inert bad bacteria and allows for ?non-spoiling? of the captive reef ecosystem.
This charging of water re-energizes ?water? in a good way. The alignment of water molecules is called polarization. The polarization allows the water to be able to absorb charged organic sludge in the system and creates micro-currents that work in the same manner as static electricity in regards to hair and dust to an electrostatically charged balloon. It is not harmful to reef organisms or any aquatic organism in minutely dispersed electrostatic transfers.
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Waves crashing on the beach create static electricity. Running water from rivers entering the ocean at different dielectric mediums create static electricity
Yes I can answer many questions...by simply ...call my company and I be more then happy explain how P2o Reactors worksThis is a very confusing thread. I welcome any advantage to keeping a healthy tank.
What is different about the water when it comes out of the reactor than before it went in?
It would be really great if you would answer any of the questions asked directly. You are starting to seem like you have no answers.Yes I can answer many questions...by simply ...call my company and I be more then happy explain how P2o Reactors works
Inevo is correct. I had read an article that they tried this method in Japan's harbor ocean waters to perform clean ups and have concluded great improvements. I have come to find out with Japanese culture there is a great deal of quality and emphasis on workmanship and studies. I guess this all stems from their culture being thought this while growing up. So yes I am a believer that this method works. It is just logical. Micro bubbles of course will be able to capture small particles and are able to get skinned out through your overflow just like a skimmer would do.It is very difficult for hobbyist aquarists to provide solid evidence. Unless you're running side by side tanks with a control you are only going by your own observations. I fought with lower ph and a bad bought of cyano. Nothing helped until I started trying this. For me this worked and it worked well. I don't use it anymore because I've done a few other things and it's one less thing running, but I would do it again if the cyano comes back. Is that evidence? Not at all... but it's the start of the formulation of a hypothesis. So instead of getting angry at people who have seen results feeling challenged to provide something that no one would be capable of unless we have more evidence, try it. See if you have any improvement or not. It's not snake oil because no one is selling you anything. Everyone should have an air-pump around. What is there to lose except contributing to the collective knowledge. Some people were laughed at when they proposed sugar, peroxide, vinegar / vodka dosing and we've come to learn more by having more people participate.
Stamford is now doing studies out on the reef as well as in the lab. This is the type of real measurement and observation that until now only hobbyists have been trying with good experiences. Public Aquariums maintain huge surge devices to simulate the reef. If you don't see any improvement trying this or if you do have a negative experience, then simply stop. It's doubtful that there would be anything but a net neutral result.
OK, now i think i get it,,I was confused because of the word "reactor" ,, in my mind its a device. A device that makes sense and I probably would use one.Yes I can answer many questions...by simply ...call my company and I be more then happy explain how P2o Reactors works
Inevo is correct. I had read an article that they tried this method in Japan's harbor ocean waters to perform clean ups and have concluded great improvements. I have come to find out with Japanese culture there is a great deal of quality and emphasis on workmanship and studies. I guess this all stems from their culture being thought this while growing up. So yes I am a believer that this method works. It is just logical. Micro bubbles of course will be able to capture small particles and are able to get skinned out through your overflow just like a skimmer would do.
P2o reactors are not skimmers and yes they will help skimmers works much more efficient ....personally as someone who has tried a ton of different things and played with different gadgets, bacteria's carbons ect, i dont see any benifit to this that a skimmer doesnt do in itself. i see why one person is pushing the so called advantage of this item cause he is selling it,
I'm sorry I forgot about your post ...Bro since you're online can you read my previous comment and see if I got the concept or not?