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Thread: Is it a good idea to put a UV after the bio-filteration?

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    Daihonmei aquitori's Avatar
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    Is it a good idea to put a UV after the bio-filteration?

    Is it a good idea to put a UV after the bio-filteration?

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    Good to see a pond construction forum on KB.

    There's alot of good discussion on UV placement in the other thread. UV - best turned off at night?

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    I think so. this is where my UV is located at the moment.

    Quote Originally Posted by aquitori
    Is it a good idea to put a UV after the bio-filteration?

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    It won't get as much trash but it won't make much of a difference otherwise.

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