Setting Up Micro Scrubbing Bubbles In A Reef Tank

Setting Up Micro Scrubbing Bubbles In A Reef Tank In this video i will be showing you step by step how i setup micro scrubbing bubbles within my 125 gallon reef tank. First thing you will see is me setting up the wooden airstone withing the input screen on the jebao dcs 12000 return pump. After connecting it to a pecto four port air pump and testing it was time to move into the neptune apex fusion to setup wave profiles and outlets to get the best spread of bubbles within the reef. After programing you will see the micro bubbles in action within the tank. I will say after a couple weeks of using this i have noticed an increase in polyp extension. I find that i am also cleaning my filter socks and protein skimmer more often indicating i am picking up more from the water. Feel free to take the time to do your own research and decided if you want to use this within your reef. Support FishOfHex: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4428042 Nano Bubbles Info: https://reefbuilders.com/2016/07/09/nano-bubbles-in-the-reef-aquarium/# Come Join & Ask Your Questions On Our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BuildingASuccessfulReef/ 125 Gallon Reef Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-qZiboMWjYNtQNMLlxiHhVF Zeovit Tank Build Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-rtT_B_gLcyWBWUdbvlBgEJ How To Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-qTgkRrs5wrIE086wL9Gikd Aquatic Log Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-rjb4q8rB1S-ZwnEuCCR2Ga Neptune Apex Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-rwKS3T-gW-eQAT-skoi92m Beginner Guide Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-o8wXkbVMIZUd9eYVfo0P-T 60 Gallon Freshwater Planted Tank Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-ppGwibzUjAkuGqum4mUb64 Tips & Tricks Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-oPvUGif9tzAGJL4xaVv00w Frag Tank: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-rFSnKRoOX4pQW79k2qtkyA Quarantine Tank: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-p7OZoT5Sicbs3GvYDk4hpT Korallen-Zucht Coral System: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-o-XQ2ZzOLbIcQIm0-k5-6i Subscriber Contest: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-oTdWZenQ2-JSXerh1BHEDd Subscriber Request Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-q8ZJGvYK0Pj4Mq17tIOxwm Subscriber Q@A: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-p9jnMdAWevl-RtTHdEHJQR Follow me on Aquatic Log: http://www.aquaticlog.com/users/hexdex Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Fish-Of-Hex-389648551215254 Twitter: https://twitter.com/FishOfHex End Music: http://www.bensound.com

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Setting Up Micro Scrubbing Bubbles In A Reef Tank In this video i will be showing you step by step how i setup micro scrubbing bubbles within my 125 gallon reef tank. First thing you will see is me setting up the wooden airstone withing the input screen on the jebao dcs 12000 return pump. After connecting it to a pecto four port air pump and testing it was time to move into the neptune apex fusion to setup wave profiles and outlets to get the best spread of bubbles within the reef. After programing you will see the micro bubbles in action within the tank. I will say after a couple weeks of using this i have noticed an increase in polyp extension. I find that i am also cleaning my filter socks and protein skimmer more often indicating i am picking up more from the water. Feel free to take the time to do your own research and decided if you want to use this within your reef. Support FishOfHex: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=4428042 Nano Bubbles Info: https://reefbuilders.com/2016/07/09/nano-bubbles-in-the-reef-aquarium/# Come Join & Ask Your Questions On Our Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BuildingASuccessfulReef/ 125 Gallon Reef Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-qZiboMWjYNtQNMLlxiHhVF Zeovit Tank Build Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-rtT_B_gLcyWBWUdbvlBgEJ How To Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-qTgkRrs5wrIE086wL9Gikd Aquatic Log Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-rjb4q8rB1S-ZwnEuCCR2Ga Neptune Apex Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-rwKS3T-gW-eQAT-skoi92m Beginner Guide Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-o8wXkbVMIZUd9eYVfo0P-T 60 Gallon Freshwater Planted Tank Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-ppGwibzUjAkuGqum4mUb64 Tips & Tricks Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-oPvUGif9tzAGJL4xaVv00w Frag Tank: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-rFSnKRoOX4pQW79k2qtkyA Quarantine Tank: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-p7OZoT5Sicbs3GvYDk4hpT Korallen-Zucht Coral System: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-o-XQ2ZzOLbIcQIm0-k5-6i Subscriber Contest: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-oTdWZenQ2-JSXerh1BHEDd Subscriber Request Videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-q8ZJGvYK0Pj4Mq17tIOxwm Subscriber Q@A: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlyrWzDlRs-p9jnMdAWevl-RtTHdEHJQR Follow me on Aquatic Log: http://www.aquaticlog.com/users/hexdex Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Fish-Of-Hex-389648551215254 Twitter: https://twitter.com/FishOfHex End Music: http://www.bensound.com

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Franklin Michael
Franklin Michael - 6 years ago
do you do this in your frag tank?
Ash
Ash - 6 years ago
Interesting and very well explained...
Sasuke Ushiha
Sasuke Ushiha - 6 years ago
Well guys a have sponges in my thank I don't think that's good for them not at all !!
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 6 years ago
I have hundreds they will be fine
yuyiboy
yuyiboy - 6 years ago
Doesn't it affect your alk?
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 6 years ago
No
Larry Barry
Larry Barry - 6 years ago
great video and still people think the micro bubbles hurt fish from breathing clogging gills 100% not true!!!! micro bubble scrubbing my 150 gal reef two hours a day at night has helped so much for me.. ph way more stable even nitrate levels dropped to even lower readings!!
Vincent Taylor
Vincent Taylor - 6 years ago
FishOfHex are you still doing this? Also did you notice any ill affects to your starfish? I thought that they weren't supposed to be exposed to air.
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 6 years ago
i no longer have this system but when the 300 gallon is up ill be putting it back on
Josh griex
Josh griex - 6 years ago
Funny someone mentioned how it was once bad to have micro bubbles in reef tank. I noticed 4 years ago when I would not add r.o. water when I should have and went to work, my tank would be filled with micro bubbles from the tank running low on water. well I would add the r.o. water after work and low n behold, a few hours later the tank would be crystal clear and everything seem to open more than before. glad to see I am not truly crazy....nice video. lets all share the knowledge...keep reefing
Serenity's journey
Serenity's journey - 6 years ago
Looks sick .
Rotter Tube Reef
Rotter Tube Reef - 7 years ago
cool man. i get bubbles by letting evaporation in sump happen. don't read the forums

10. comment for Setting Up Micro Scrubbing Bubbles In A Reef Tank

Hĕmáŋt Kŭmåŗ
Hĕmáŋt Kŭmåŗ - 7 years ago
do fish get harm due to the micro bubbles ........i mean do they fee l uneasy in respiration or get any bloat disease
or is it fine with the fishes
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
It has no negative effect on the fish
Tristan G
Tristan G - 7 years ago
hey I just started using the bubbling method. so far its going well. Only thing is not sure if its an issue or not is that when the bubbles hit the surface they pop. will this have any negative impact on the tank?
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
I would get more flow in the tank to move those bubbles.
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
its normal for them to pop, when they do they leave what they collected at the surface to be skimmed off.
Tristan G
Tristan G - 7 years ago
also a few of my sps have a couple tiny little bubbles underneath them. I don't have the ability to alternate wave modes as I only have one pump which is on %100 already
Yoshukai Tony
Yoshukai Tony - 7 years ago
can you explain me what microbubbles does in a tank I mean the purpose because some claimed when they used microbubbles the alkalinity when to the sky
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
No problem thank you
Yoshukai Tony
Yoshukai Tony - 7 years ago
FishOfHex thanks man because I have the same pump and I did the same you did, it works perfect , but I wasn't sure about it , awesome channel
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
micro bubbles have nothing to do with alkalinity. micro bubbles are used to trap detritus and bring it to the surface to be skimmed off or picked up by filter socks.
HNiCDuke
HNiCDuke - 7 years ago
so u run your bubbles everyday? how have that worked out for ur tank? how long should I run the bubbles to be effective? when is the best time to run them?
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Yes and i only run for a couple hours. People like to run them all night its up to you
DANNYGZERO
DANNYGZERO - 7 years ago
Nice going to try this out ✌
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Cool let me know how it works out
Eli Carter
Eli Carter - 7 years ago
I love your videos but I have to turn the speakers all the way up. Is that just me?
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Haha yea i wont say anything
Eli Carter
Eli Carter - 7 years ago
Just yours. Don't tell my work but I watch a lot of videos.
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
I asked a few people and everyone says its fine. Is it just my videos or every ones?
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Thanks ill ask around and see if anyone else has the same problem if so ill just make the volume higher
Eli Carter
Eli Carter - 7 years ago
Thanks for the fast response. I will keep turning it up...the videos are worth it.
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Might be, the last time anyone said anything about audio was 6 months ago. I use medium leveling within camtasia. The are fine on my system and phone.
berny's reef
berny's reef - 7 years ago
Is this aplicable to a 40 gallon or is it to small?
berny's reef
berny's reef - 7 years ago
+FishOfHex
Great thanks
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
You can do this with any tank
Franklin Michael
Franklin Michael - 7 years ago
Many people have a hard time getting rid of microbubbles in their tank, how do you get rid of them after bubbling? Just cranking up the flow? And why did you choose to do it for an hour instead of having it run all night or 2 hours or... Thanks
Franklin Michael
Franklin Michael - 7 years ago
+FishOfHex Great thanks.
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
I didnt feel a need based on my nutrient levels in the tank. Two hours at this point does enough, as for getting rid of the bubbles my surge modes in the morning will take care of anything trapped under the coral or rocks
Krishna Karkera
Krishna Karkera - 7 years ago
If u dont have sump. can i keep the wooden air stone below the wave maker n try it. kindly help sir i am newbie
Charles Brouillette
Charles Brouillette - 7 years ago
have you ever think of putting a skimmer pump near de return pump? i might try it. nice video!
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Yes you could place the airstone under a powerhead so when it turns on the flow will move the bubbles out into the tank. You will need something to trap the detritus you are collecting with the bubbles, so what are u using a hang on the back or canister?
Gary Cort
Gary Cort - 7 years ago
How long do you do it for?
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
i do it for three hours during the night while the lights are off. I know many people do it for 10-12 hours but i have been seeing good results with only three.

20. comment for Setting Up Micro Scrubbing Bubbles In A Reef Tank

PsychedelicBabe
PsychedelicBabe - 7 years ago
I've watched a few of these videos but no one explained it the way you did so thank you so much for this video .... adding it to my favourites playlist
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
I will say i dont watch to many videos and i think thats my downfall but once things calm down i be able to.
PsychedelicBabe
PsychedelicBabe - 7 years ago
+FishOfHex there are quite a few
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Thank you i have yet to look around at any other videos about this topic.
John John
John John - 7 years ago
Even though I've only been into reefing for a few months now, which basicaly makes me a toddler who just learned how to walk, my gut tells me that this method is one of the biggest evolutionary steps in reef keeping. But as a new reef keeper, I also think I should avoid it for now because if I screw it up and things start dying, I'll never know if it was the bubbles or my inability as a newbie to maintain stable parameters. Toddlers must first learn how to walk before they learn how to run, right?
As you've said recently, if you're new to the hobby, you should first master the basics and then try new things. But I'm definately going to give it a try after my first year of successfuly keeping corals.
Thanks, Hex.
Greetje Buijert-Nijdam
Greetje Buijert-Nijdam - 7 years ago
Wow what a great tank.
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Thank You
Paul Chippington
Paul Chippington - 7 years ago
Great informative video Travis thank you glad I subscribed
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Thank You
Mo Osman
Mo Osman - 7 years ago
It it reduces carbon dioxide, woukd it not be best to only implement at night after lights out, therefore helping with the PH. Secondly, photosynthesis requires carbon dioxide during the day. Just some thoughts Hex. Keep up the great videos! !!!
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
+Mo Osman I have it running at night I only set it this way for the video
Mofros Reef
Mofros Reef - 7 years ago
Great Video Travis, super interesting, how long have you been using this setup?
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
a couple weeks so far works great
Rosco's Reef with Scott
Rosco's Reef with Scott - 7 years ago
Great job Travis and it's definitely something to research to put into use. As usual you gave a lot of information. Your controller makes things a lot easier.
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Thank You. Yea i couldnt live without my apex
DOES MY NUT IN
DOES MY NUT IN - 7 years ago
Hi Hex, is it safe for sponges?
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
+Carbonardo Dog see if know sponges can't be completely out of the water bc they trap air and die but bc it's still under the water and it's just bubbles it should be fine. I have one small sponge that's been doing fine, it would be your call.
Reefgrrl
Reefgrrl - 7 years ago
Interesting video, thanks for this. On what schedule do you run the bubbles? Like, every two hours for ten minutes, overnight, etc? After you mentioned you would be doing a video I went and did some reading and set something up for my 20g nano. But I don't run any controllers and use a Jebao wp10 for water movement so right now I've got limited dispersion of bubbles, they are pretty dense in half the tank but are pushed back by the Jebao.

I've read a bunch of different opinions on timing of the bubbles...I was thinking if the bubble bursts were short enough I could just put both the Jebao and the air pump on alternating cycles using a simple plug-in mechanical timer....then the Jebao could be off when the bubbles are streaming from the return and they might get better dispersion through the tank. Does this make sense? Am I understanding the principle correctly?
Reefgrrl
Reefgrrl - 7 years ago
Thanks for the info. It looks really promising if I can get the right dispersion in the 20g. Today I'll be pulling out the timers and testing it. I've got wooden airstones and they seem the perfect type of thing to make the bubbles, it's just setting it up so the return pump pulls enough of them in before they get to the surface. It's a process......
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
I run my bubbles from 10pm to 1am once the lights go out. and its the entire time 5 minutes on 30 seconds off ect. I think if you can get the bubbles small enough and spread them out within the entire tank i dont think you will have any issues. I use a wooden airstone that already makes small air bubbles and then use the return pump to make them even smaller. When they are small they end up getting a charge to them that allows detritus, mucus ect to stick and be lifted to the surface.
DrOfWelshMagic
DrOfWelshMagic - 7 years ago
great video as always mate. Unfortunately, you just put me off ever buying an Apex, Wow, far too complicated for my tiny brain lol. How the hell d'you understand all that? Computer programmer maybe? lol
DrOfWelshMagic
DrOfWelshMagic - 7 years ago
That could be a big issue for me as by the time i'll be fully stocked so to speak, we would be talking thousands of pounds worth of equipment and livestock. Certainly something to consider, thank you.
Ian Eisenberg
Ian Eisenberg - 7 years ago
@DrOfWelshMagic The GHL profilux is much easier to program and is designed to be easy to repair yourself. I switched years ago and it's been fantastic.
What's worse is we just found out that the Apex is NOT UL tested or rated so insurance companies wont cover any issues that may be connected to it.
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
It just takes time its not that bad.

30. comment for Setting Up Micro Scrubbing Bubbles In A Reef Tank

Deon 0026
Deon 0026 - 7 years ago
this is over my head omg this is extreme fish keeping for sure. I never knew how much work you put into keeping a reef tank.
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Thank you, as for the micro bubbles they are working great. I only run them for an hour a day and noticed better acro polyp extension and clear water. Filter sock gets changed every day as normal so all that detritus is removed before it breaks down.
Dinesh Raj Methuku
Dinesh Raj Methuku - 7 years ago
When people tell me "this is so much work" I say "the time you spend on the couch drinking coke is the same amount of time I spend on my reef tank". I watch many of your videos man, great job. How the microbubbles going? I thought about this long time ago, probably will try now.
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
lol its ok it just takes time to learn these things its not that bad
yoshi moto
yoshi moto - 7 years ago
https://youtu.be/70ZWeIQWJi8
look how he produce nano bubbles into the tank
915Mang
915Mang - 7 years ago
Great Vid Hex, I don't know the air bubbles could kill corals. Very cool surge mode
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Thank You
DrOfWelshMagic
DrOfWelshMagic - 7 years ago
take a look at my latest dipping corals video where I blast them profusely with micro bubbles for a few minutes and the following video showing them in the tank less than 24 hrs later, they are only zoas but they can deffo handle it. lol
Bay Area Reefs
Bay Area Reefs - 7 years ago
Good one hex I'll have to try this
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Thank You
yoshi moto
yoshi moto - 7 years ago
i have been doing this for about a year now and think all your doing is turning your tank into a massive skimmer and then your sump and skimmer removes it from the water.
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Yup pretty much
Reefer 525XL
Reefer 525XL - 7 years ago
I'm trying to figure out why you are using a virtual outlet for this. You could have just used the If time statement on the wavemakers to run the bubble surge profile instead of the virtual outlet. Just seems like an extra unnecessary step.
Reefer 525XL
Reefer 525XL - 7 years ago
FishOfHex not saying it doesn't work. Just seem like an extra step. For the surge modes if you using a OSC command them the timer virtual outlet is the best method
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
I use virtual outlets for my surge mode timers so im sticking with the theme and at the end of the day it doesnt matter how its done, the point is it works.
Arrick L
Arrick L - 7 years ago
What's funny is this technique goes against everything they used to say in reefing. Air was bad but when you think about it corals in tidal zones have waves crashing all the time and are exposed to bubbles so if it works for mother nature should work in our tanks
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
I was reading people have a problem with new things and bc its not talked about much people tend to give it a bad rep. It works for me
Nado
Nado - 7 years ago
saw your other vid the other day and it made me go on a hunt to learn more about this last night. i grabbed an old skimmer pump i had and hooked it up before the return pump to get some bubble action going on. i noticed that my skim has been coming out green now vs the normal colour. pretty stoked to see what it'll do in a few days
Hasso Hammerle
Hasso Hammerle - 7 years ago
FishOfHex what happens if you see some bubbles trapped under the rocks?
Is this a problem?
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
I really believe these bubbles help from all that i see within my system. i mean if you have to change the socks and clean the cup more that means something.
Murphy's Reefing
Murphy's Reefing - 7 years ago
very well done man, I think it would totally be worth it. I bet you see a lot more growth out of the SPS also..
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Its the same amount of biopellets that i had in the old reactor so it shouldnt be the problem. im simply processing waste to fast and with the gfo and biopellets its getting to low. I have already made changes and the red monti color is coming back. no worries
Murphy's Reefing
Murphy's Reefing - 7 years ago
Oh wow. hopefully your new biopellet reactor isn't stripping the tank. I've started dosing microbacter7 to keep up with the beneficial bacteria.. hope all goes well
FishOfHex
FishOfHex - 7 years ago
Over the last couple months my system has gotten to low in nutrients even with adding the fish and increasing feeding. So im dealing with that ill have a video out soon.
Brandon Meade
Brandon Meade - 7 years ago
what's the advantages of this please
yoshi moto
yoshi moto - 7 years ago
didnt you listen??

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