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    Heidi - Reefkeeper
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    Can I have these in my tank with no ill effects on anything?

    Thanks reef friends!
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    No. Ceramic magnets still contain iron. They have to to be magnetic. The only safe magnets are those that are encased in epoxy, or some other inert sealant.

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    Thank you Evil

    Here's a link for how they make them if anyone is confused in the future:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferrite_(magnet)

    NO to ceramic/ ferrite magnets.

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    What did you have in mind doing with them?

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    I was making one of the little seaweed feeders like on BRS. With the mesh and whatnot for my tang trio

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