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Old 10/21/2020, 07:57 AM   #1
XSharkboyX
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Reme Halo air purification with aquariums

Has anyone tried an air purification system, specifically the Reme Halo or Reme Halo LED, while having aquariums in the home? The company I work for just installed them at our office in the main HVAC system, and I was contemplating installing one in my home as well. Curious on the safety of the oxidizers around reefs or even just tanks in general. If anything I would think it would just increase your oxygen levels, but maybe I am not correct.


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Old 10/23/2020, 05:30 PM   #2
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I've recently been using a small air purifier in my home because of wildfire smoke, which gives my wife migraines. I would think that if your air is good, it wouldn't be needed for an aquarium, but I'm sure it wouldn't hurt. Most aquarists not living in the arid west would get more use from a dehumidifier.


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Old 10/26/2020, 07:01 AM   #3
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Thanks for the input, I consulted a good friend who is a chemist. He informed me that with the amount of salts in our water, it would eliminate any free radicals if they entered the tank. He currently uses 2 of these on his home with fresh and salt aquariums.

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