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    Default Carbon use with ozone

    0 Not allowed!
    What is the way to put carbon on protein skimmer discharge when using ozone in reef tank

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    1 Not allowed!
    Sorry only just seen this thread

    I run Ozone myself and you need a bag of activated carbon ontop of the skimmer cup lid to catch any excess leaving the top.

    Depending on your skimmer you need activated carbon on the exit side of the skimmer to remove any excess from the water.

    Also make sure your skimmer is Ozone safe as it can soon melt things.

    Start your levil of low or ideally use an ORP controller set for around 400MV

    Last but not least please reasearch it and understand it fully before using it as it can be dangerous for you , your family and the stock in the tank.

    Once you all setup and it's running enjoy nice clear water :)

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