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Milwaulkee pH controller?

Discussion in 'General Plant Topics' started by Jeff Bodin, Aug 11, 2005.

  1. Jeff Bodin

    Jeff Bodin Junior Poster

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    Re: Milwaulkee pH controller?

    I have that combo and it works pretty good. The probe needs to be calibrated every month or so. My probe lasted about 14 months before it needed replacing.
     
  3. fishface

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    Re: Milwaulkee pH controller?

    i've got the controller but different regulator...i caliberate it every 6 weeks or so and it's almost always bang-on :p been using it for almost year and very happy with it!
     
  4. Jeff Bodin

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    Re: Milwaulkee pH controller?

    Got it on order - it's been difficult keeping my CO2 balanced in my tank. I am putting in prob 3-4 bps (55G) into a very effective reactor (based on the external design with bio-balls).

    For some reason (overflow +sump) the water does not want to sustain a constant amount of CO2. pH is 7.2 one day, 6.8 the next, and 7.4 the next.

    With this heavy bubble rate (I want to maintain a 6.6-6.8 with a dKh of 5-6) and it's been frustrating as hell. I also don't want to over-do it and see 50 floating cardnials when I get home either.

    I ordered the unit - I hope this helps.

    Thanks,

    - Jeff
     
  5. jonathan11

    jonathan11 Lifetime Charter Member
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    Re: Milwaulkee pH controller?

    Have this controller, very pleased with it. Several years now, no problem with controller or probe. :gw :D :D
     
  6. rrguymon

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