Trying to design a sump to remove micro bubbles from main tank(aka bubble traps) so I can get rid of filter sock I use now and allow food to recirculate.
I'd like to employ continuous feeding but with the filter sock it's pointless.
If I remove the sock. micro bubbles in the display and large amounts of debris from scrapping algae off the glass every other day.
If I put a sediment trap in the sump for the large amounts of floating debris. that's a no-no for continuous feeding.
So what's a good design for a continuous feeding bubble free sump on a reef ready 75 gallon tank with one inch deep sand bed in the main tank?
Is the algae I'm scrapping off the glass every other day due to lack of maturity of my scrubber or lack of size/strength?? Or is it normal and just needs to find it's balance?
Thanks for any advice or ideas.