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FS:NEW American Marine pinpoint pH controller and Ocean Clear 325 canister filter

Discussion in 'Trades, swaps, sales' started by Tom Barr, Nov 14, 2013.

  1. Tom Barr

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    New, with new pH probe.
    100$+ actual shipping cost(10-11$).

    Ocean Clear Cansiter filter with a unique easier to clean 100 micron cartridge(they run about 50-60$ for the cartridge alone).
    Filter is the 325 model and is in like new condition.
    50$ + 20$ for shipping.

    I also still have the Mesa dual stage SS regulators and a Swagelok top of the line Regulator.
    Then a nice Wesa SS regulator also. All SS parts and valves.
     
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    Tom,

    Would the pH controller be a wise investment for me as a CO2 noob...that is until I learn how to administer correctly?
     
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    Tom,

    Would the pH controller be a wise investment for me as a CO2 noob...that is until I learn how to administer correctly?
     
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    Sorry...it seem every time I post something it does so twice.
     
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    Not really, a pH meter might be a more useful tool, but some can use the pH controller. You can still use the meter for that or use the control function also.
    Up to you.
     
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    If you haven't shipped my regulator...can you throw in the controller? It seems that the pH monitor would cost the same as buying your controller.

    Let me know please.

    Thanks!
     
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    Sure, planning of doing a post office run Sat AM.
     
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    Sure, planning of doing a post office run Sat AM.
     
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    Excellent...I will PayPal you the monies right now.
     
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    Ph controller is sold, still have a nice Ocean Clear 325.
     
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