We’ve already showed you the new tiny media reactors that CPR has been working on for quite some time, and after using both the mini and nano media reactors for a little bit, we can tell you that the active churning pattern of the biopellets is no coincidence. We’ve already seen CPR’s video of the wavelike motion of the churning, and even made our own at MACNA but setting up the nano media reactors and watching the pellets dance back and forth like they are possessed is another experience altogether.
After initial experiments with biopellets and the jumbo reactors that are currently being marketed for them, we feel that perhaps a wee bit too much media is being applied to basic systems. We’ve been wanting to try another go with the biopellets but this time using a smaller amount of more effectively mixed media so CPR’s nano media reactors couldn’t have come at a better time. If you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to watch the video below to see what we mean about CPR’s funky mixing action. In this video it appears that CPR is using two different types of biopellets but we are experiencing the wavelike motion in both reactors while using the Two Little Fishes NPX Bioplastics.
[vimeo width=”680″ height=”400″]http://vimeo.com/28826265[/vimeo]