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  1. Jacek56

    Absorbery vs probiotyki

    Teraz pytanie do Pawła, Michała. Co się stanie w filtrze zeo przy braku przepływu przez kilka godzin? Czym to może grozić ?
  2. Jacek56

    Absorbery vs probiotyki

    Robert, a stosujesz dodatkowo PO4x4?
  3. Jacek56

    Absorbery vs probiotyki

    Mnie intryguje, co dzieje się wewnątrz filtra z pelletkami gdy jest przerwa w dostawie prądu i wszystko stoi? Po kilku godzinach włączają prąd i wszystko z filterka leci do akwarium.
  4. Tak. Fajnie bo nie musisz podgrzewać wody do 25C. Wsypujesz do wody o temp. pokojowej ok. 20C, włączasz cyrkulator i po 15 minutach masz klarowny roztwór solanki o temp. 23-24.
  5. Here's an updated list of acronyms and abbreviations for the beginner reef aquarist, who needs a little help starting out in the forums Język angielski - język który zdominował cały świat i od tego nie uciekniemy. For the sake of convenience, we’ve placed them in alphabetical order. ~~~~~~~~~ Other: 1. .02 – My two cents A 1. A – Amp 2. AA - Amino Acid 3. ABT - Atlantic blue tang 4. AC - Activated Carbon (a chemical filtration medium) or Alternating Current. 5. Acan Lord – Acanthastrea 6. Acro – Acropora coral 7. AEFW – Acropora-eating Flatworms 8. AGA – All-Glass Aquarium (a brand of aquariums). 9. AIO – All-in-One, a prebuilt system that includes pump and filtration. 10. Alk – Alkalinity, a measure of the buffering capacity of (salt)water. 11. ATO – Auto Top-Off, a system that automatically adds water lost during evaporation. 12. ATS – Algae Turf Scrubber, a method of removing undesirable nutrients. B 1. BA – Bubble algae 2. B2B – Business to business 3. B2C – Business to consumer 4. BB – Bare Bottom, a tank without sand or other substrate. 5. BRB – Be right back 6. Blasto – Blastomussa 7. BOD – Biological Oxygen Demand. Amount of dissolved oxygen needed in the water for your system. 8. BPS – Bubbles Per Second. A term often used for freshwater aquariums to describe CO2 entering a planted tank. 9. BRS - Bulk Reef Supply (online store and one of our sponsors) 10. BTA – Bubble-Tip Anemone 11. BTU – British Thermal Unit 12. BTW – By the way Hermit crab, a common part of a clean-up crew (CUC). This one recovered from a serious accident. Photo is from the Reef2Reef archives. C 1. Ca – Calcium 2. CBB – Copperband Butterflyfish 3. CC – Counter Current (a type of protein skimmer) or Crushed Coral 4. CF – Canister Filter 5. CFL – Compact Fluorescent Lamp (or Light) 6. CL – Closed Loop 7. CO2 – Carbon dioxide 8. Cu – Copper 9. CUC – Clean-up Crew 10. CW – Cold Water 11. CWC – Continuous Water Change 12. Cyano – Cyanobacteria D 1. DC – Direct Current 2. DD – Downdraft, a type of protein skimmer. 3. DE – Double Ended 4. DFS – Drs. Foster and Smith (an online store in the US) 5. DI – Deionization, a type of water purification. 6. DI water – Deionized Water 7. DIY – Do It Yourself 8. dKH – Degrees of Carbonate Hardness, a measurement of Alkalinity 9. DO – Dissolved Oxygen 10. DOC – Dissolved Organic Carbon or Compound 11. DOM – Dissolved Organic Matter 12. DSB – Deep Sand Bed 13. DT – Display Tank (your main tank) E 1. ETA - Estimated Time of Arrival F 1. FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions 2. FO – Fish Only 3. FOWLR – Fish Only With Live Rock 4. Frag - Fragment (a small part of a coral colony removed in order to propagate it and grow another colony to share or sell or trade or place it elsewhere) 5. FTS – Full Tank Shot 6. FTW – For the win 7. Fuge – Refugium (a separate tank or part of a tank or sump devoted to culturing marine algae or copepods) 8. FW – Freshwater or Flatworm 9. FWE – Flatworm eXit by Salifert 10. FWIW – For what it’s worth G 1. G – Gallon (example, 60g) 2. GAC – Granular Activated Carbon 3. GBTA – Green Bubble-Tip Anemone 4. GFCI – Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter 5. GFI – Ground Fault Interrupter 6. GFO – Granular Ferric Oxide (a phosphate remover). 7. GH – General Hardness 8. GHA – Green Hair Algae 9. GPD – Gallons per Day 10. GPH – Gallons per Hour 11. GSM – Gold Stripe Maroon Clownfish 12. GSP – Green Star Polyps H 1. HA – Hair Algae 2. HAS – High Speed Aeration, a type of protein skimmer. 3. HID – High Intensity Discharge (lighting). 4. HO – High Output (fluorescent lighting). 5. HOB – Hang-On-Back (usually refers to a filter or protein skimmer). 6. HOT – Hang-On-Tank 7. HT – Hospital Tank 8. HTH – (I) hope that helps 9. HQI – Hardest Question Is or Mercury (Hg) Quartz Iodide I 1. IDK – I don’t know 2. IME – In my experience 3. IMHO – In my humble opinion 4. IMO – In my opinion 5. IO – Instant Ocean (a brand of aquarium salt) 6. IR – Infrared 7. IW – In Wall K 1. K – Kelvin 2. KALK – Kalkwasser, German for Calcium hydroxide solution or limewater, a common reef aquarium additive for calcium and reef building. 3. KISS – Keep it simple, stupid. 4. KMNO4 – Potassium permanganate, a chemical used for disinfection of equipment and for fish baths and swabs. Will kill snails, snail eggs and some parasites depending on strength of solution. 5. kWh – Kilowatt Hour L 1. L – Liter 2. LED – Light Emitting Diodes 3. LFS – Local Fish Store (or pet store selling fish and fish supplies) 4. LHS – Local Hardware Store 5. LMK – Let me know 6. Lobo – Lobophyllia 7. LOL – Laugh out loud 8. LPD/H/M – Liters per Day/Hour/Minute 9. LPS – Large Polyp Stony coral 10. LR – Live Rock 11. LS – Live Sand 12. LTA – Long Tentacle Anemone 13. LX or Lux – Amount of lighting (one lumen) per square meter M 1. MACNA - Marine Aquaria Conference of North America 2. MASNA - Marine Aquarium Societies of North America 3. Mag – Magnesium 4. mEq/L - Milliequivalents per Liter (a milliequivalent is 1/1000 of an equivalent), a measure of alkalinity. 5. Mg – Milligram or Magnesium 6. MG/L – Milligrams per Liter 7. MH – Metal Halide (Light) 8. Milli - Acropora Millipora 9. MJ – Maxijet 10. MM – Miracle Mud, a type of substrate usually for freshwater aquariums 11. MTS – Multiple Tank Syndrome. When you can’t stop adding more tanks and more fish ad nauseum. Very serious affliction with high degree of contagion among reef aquarists. Anemone with clownfish Photo is a royalty-free image from Pixabay N 1. Nems- anemones 2. NH3 – Ammonia 3. NH4 – Ammonium 4. nm – Nanometer, a measurement often used in lighting terminology 5. NNR – Natural Nitrate Reduction 6. NO – Normal Output (fluorescent light) 7. NO2 – Nitrite 8. NO3 – Nitrate 9. NPS – Non Photosynthetic 10. NRN – No reply necessary 11. NSL – Natural Sunlight 12. NSW – Natural Seawater 13. NTS – New Tank Syndrome. May be caused by lack of beneficial bacteria and/or increasing bio-load too fast, and/or overzealous cleaning of equipment. O 1. O2 – Oxygen 2. ORA – Oceans, Reefs, and Aquariums 3. ORP – Oxidative Redox Potential P 1. PAR - Photosynthetically Active Radiation 2. PAS – Photosynthetic Action Spectrum 3. PO4 – Phosphate 4. PAR - Photosynthetic Active Radiation 5. PBT - Powder Blue Tang 6. PC - Power Compact 7. pH – Measure of Concentration of Hydrogen Ions. Seven (7) is neutral. Less than (<) 7 is acidic and greater than (>) 7 is basic. 8. PH - Powerhead 9. PM – Private message (through the forum) 10. POTM - Picture of the month 11. PP - per polyp or Potassium permanganate (see KMNO4) 12. PPM - Parts Per Million 13. PPT - Parts Per Thousand 14. PS – Protein Skimmer 15. PVC - Poly Vinyl Chloride Photo depicting pH Photo is a royalty-free image from freerangestock.com Q 1. QT - Quarantine Tank, used before introducing new livestock to display tank. R 1. R2R – Reef2Reef.com 2. RBTA - Rose Bubble-Tip Anemone 3. RC - Reef Crystals 4. RDSB - Remote Deep Sand Bed 5. Rics – Ricordia 6. RO – Reverse Osmosis, a type of water purification routinely used for saltwater aquariums. 7. RO Water - Reverse Osmosis Water 8. RODI or RO/DI- Reverse Osmosis and Deionization (unit or water that has passed through this unit.) 9. ROTFLMBO - Roll on the floor laughing my butt off. 10. RP – Return Pump 11. RR - Reef Ready, aquaria with one or more overflows and predrilled holes for plumbing to a sump. 12. RTN - Rapid Tissue Necrosis 13. RUGF – Reverse Flow Undergravel Filter S 1. SAL - Salinity 2. SE – Single Ended 3. SG – Specific Gravity. A ratio of density. 4. SHO/T5 – Super High Output Fluorescent Light, equivalent to power compact fluorescents. 5. Shrooms – Mushroom Coral 6. SLR – Single Light Reflector 7. SPS – Small Polyp Stony Coral 8. SSB – Shallow Sand Bed 9. STN – Slow Tissue Necrosis 10. SW – Saltwater or Sea Water T 1. T5 – a type of fluorescent lighting 2. TDS – Total Dissolved Solids 3. TFC – Thin Film Composite, a type of RO membrane. 4. TIA – Thanks in Advance 5. TL;DR – Too long didn’t read. 6. TLTR – Too long to read 7. TM - Temperature 8. TMI – Too Much Information 9. TOTM – Tank of the Month 10. Trachy – Trachyphyllia U 1. UGF – Under-Gravel Filter 2. ULNS – Ultra-Low Nutrient System 3. UV – Ultraviolet, a type of light that is shorter wavelength than visible light (but longer than X-rays), sometimes broken down into UVA, UVB, and UVC. V 1. V – Volt 2. VHO – Very High Output (fluorescent light) W 1. W – Watts 2. WC – Water Change 3. WD – Wet-Dry, a type of filtration. 4. Wellso – Wellsophyllia 5. WYSIWYG – What you see is what you get Y 1. YGPM – You’ve got a private message 2. YOLO – You only live once. 3. YWG – Yellow Watchman Goby Z 1. Z&P – Zoanthids and Palythoa 2. Zoa – Zoanthid Hopefully our handy list has provided you with the life preserver you need to start wading into the deep and exciting world of Reef Aquariums; there’s an ocean out there just waiting to be explored.
  6. Jacek56

    Powrót HQI?

    https://reefs.com/2018/11/27/review-d18/ Czytaliście?
  7. Jacek56

    Fajne akwaria na ZEO

    Już dawno akwarium nie ma. http://reefkeeping.com/joomla/index.php/current-issue/article/139-tank-of-the-month
  8. Jacek56

    Reaktor wapnia

    Taki dźwięk wydaje silnik krokowy przy bardzo, bardzo wolnych obrotach. Tego przy tych silnikach się nie uniknie. Zwiększysz obroty „dźwięk” zniknie.
  9. Jacek56

    Zeovit nowy przewodnik

    Zapominasz, że mam reaktor Ca i z niego leci cała masa fajnych mikroelementów.
  10. Jacek56

    Zeovit nowy przewodnik

    ZS= zeostart
  11. Jacek56

    Zeovit nowy przewodnik

    Ja głównie używam SP i ZS.
  12. Jacek56

    Wkład reaktora wapnia

    Dzięki Paweł.
  13. Jacek56

    Wkład reaktora wapnia

    Twój lokalny sklep akwarystyczny.
  14. Witam szanowne grono. Byłem w LFS i podczas rozmowy padło twierdzenie, że wkład do reaktora wapnia trzeba wymieniać przynajmniej raz w roku bo z biegiem czasu "uwalnia mniej” ( nie wiem czy jasno się wyraziłem?), traci swoje „właściwości”, nie chodzi o utratę objętości. Jak dla mnie to totalna bzdura ale może się mylę. Najgorsze jest to, że ta opinia wyjechała od „tytanów” akwarystyki morskiej, którzy się w to bawią, nie od wczoraj. Wkład jest wkład, jak się rozpuści to zostaje muł i trzeba go co jakiś czas usunąć bo blokuje cyrkulację wewnątrz kolumny i reaktor nie pracuje tak jak powinien. Tak przynajmniej jest w moim DIY modelu DASTACO. Żeby wyrzucać wkład który się nie zdążył rozpuścić bo siedzi już rok w kolumnie to chyba lekka przesada?
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