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    bigray is offline Serious Reefer

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    Re: storage tank

    Quote Originally Posted by tufkab View Post
    You know what the safest water storage container is ?

    An aquarium.

    after trying almost everything, yes, indeed you are right

    next, Flexible tubing !!! off to see if I can find any 'lab grade' PVC ... lol

    Set up date: March 2008 Display Size: 150 Total Water In System: 150 Do you have a sump? YES
    Do you have a refugium? YES Amount of Liverock: 100 lbs, fiji, and other rocks, mix Depth of Sandbed: 4", 6", 1", and a couple more Salinity level: 1.026
    ALK level: 7 Ammonia: 0 Nitrate: 0 Nitrite: 0
    What lighting are you using? What skimmer are you using? Calcium Reactor? Calcium level: 410
    ATI PM 10x80W Vertex 200 Kone YEs, vertex RX6 DUO
    Fish and Inverts: clownfish, angelfish, lionfish, tangs, seahorses, gobies, wrasses, scropian fishes, shrimp, clams, scallops, sponges, anchilles tang Corals: SPS, LPS, Softies.
    Other Equipment: alot of pumps for circulation, MP40, RO/DI, blasts, stands, and more. Other Information: Bacterioplankton

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    Re: storage tank

    At the end of the day, if you clean up your storage container every couple of months, you should be fine. Try a light rinse with bleach but be sure to get it all out before next use.

    Set up date: October 2005 Display Size: 120 Gallons Total Water In System: 140 gallons Do you have a sump? YES
    Do you have a refugium? NO Amount of Liverock: 40 lbs Depth of Sandbed: 2 inches - Working on eliminating my sandbed. Salinity level: 1.022
    ALK level: Not Sure Ammonia: 6 PPM Nitrate: 7 PPM Nitrite: 2 PPM
    What lighting are you using? What skimmer are you using? Calcium Reactor? Calcium level: Not sure
    T5's set of 6 H&S 120 with Aquabee punmp. No I am not using one.
    Fish and Inverts: Just have one purple damsel and a brittle star. Corals: Assorted zoos.
    Other Equipment: Zira 265 power pump. 3 Return tunzie's.

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