.::AquariumPros.ca::. - Powered by vBulletin
Page 1 of 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 LastLast
Results 1 to 10 of 72
  1. #1
    steve w.'s Avatar
    steve w. is offline aFISHionado

    Tangs don't belong in an aquarium
    ........except mine.
    Points: 20,087, Level: 89
    Level completed: 48%, Points required for next Level: 263
    Overall activity: 0%
    Achievements:
    Recommendation Second Class Veteran Tagger First Class 10000 Experience Points

    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    Location
    Uxbridge Ontario
    Posts
    2,021
    Points
    20,087
    Level
    89

    Exclamation Water Storage Tank Info - What to look for = FOOD GRADE!!!

    After an interesting conversation at Montanas after the MAST meeting last night todays project was to build a storage tank for my RODI water.
    Since I had some 3/4 inch conduit,quick connect,mag 7 pump and a spare powerhead around all I needed was a rubbermade garbage bin,humidifier float valve,3/4 45 degree conduit.
    143L bin $19.47 from walmart
    conduit $1.99 from Canadian Tire
    float valve $9 from Canadian Tire
    The mag 7 is attached to the conduit which is on a quick connect for refilling the fuge . with a garden hose.
    All completed this morning under the watchful supervision of my 1 1/2 year old daughter.

    Set up date: Over Ten Years Ago Display Size: 100 Total Water In System: 150 gallon Do you have a sump? YES
    Do you have a refugium? YES Amount of Liverock: 90 Depth of Sandbed: 2 Salinity level: 1024
    ALK level: 9dkh Ammonia: 0 Nitrate: 0-5 Nitrite: 0
    What lighting are you using? What skimmer are you using? Calcium Reactor? Calcium level: 400
    MH+T5's corallife NO
    Fish and Inverts: 4 Tangs,Domino Damsels,Foster's Hawkfish. Soft Coral. Corals: Softies
    Other Equipment: Phosban and two carbon reactors. UV sterilizer RODI Phyto farm Other Information: No







    100 gal. reef tank
    Naso,Yellow,Salefin and Purple Tangs, Domino Damsel and Fosters Hawkfish.
    65gallon fuge in basement,
    meg 24 return,2 phosban reactors,18w uv+coralife skimmer
    r.o.d.i.
    620watts 400w 20k, 4x54wT5
    HK powerheads
    lots of live and diy rock
    coral(softies)
    assorted inverts,clams.



    See me on facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/WrightWebPhoto
    http://wrightwebphoto.com


    .


  2. #2
    Mugster's Avatar
    Mugster is offline Chronic Reefer

    Complete System For Sale
    ~ Must sell everything to afford the divorce lawyers.
    Points: 57,084, Level: 100
    Level completed: 0%, Points required for next Level: 0
    Overall activity: 0%
    Achievements:
    Recommendation First Class Veteran Tagger First Class 50000 Experience Points
    Awards:
    Discussion Ender Community Award Most Popular

    Join Date
    Mar 2002
    Location
    Kitchener
    Posts
    7,338
    Points
    57,084
    Level
    100


    Re: storage tank

    Quote Originally Posted by steve w.
    After an interesting conversation at Montanas after the MAST meeting last night todays project was to build a storage tank for my RODI water.
    Since I had some 3/4 inch conduit,quick connect,mag 7 pump and a spare powerhead around all I needed was a rubbermade garbage bin,humidifier float valve,3/4 45 degree conduit.
    143L bin $19.47 from walmart
    conduit $1.99 from Canadian Tire
    float valve $9 from Canadian Tire
    The mag 7 is attached to the conduit which is on a quick connect for refilling the fuge . with a garden hose.
    All completed this morning under the watchful supervision of my 1 1/2 year old daughter.










    Kev

    Set up date: July 2005 Display Size: 235 Total Water In System: 300 +/- Do you have a sump? YES
    Do you have a refugium? YES Amount of Liverock: 240 lbs Depth of Sandbed: Bare bottom. Salinity level: 1.026
    ALK level: ? Ammonia: 0 Nitrate: <5 Nitrite: 0
    What lighting are you using? What skimmer are you using? Calcium Reactor? Calcium level: 400
    Icecap 250w Eballasts; PFO Mini Pendants; Phoenix 14K DE 250w ERCS12-3 MAS CR6422PRO
    Fish and Inverts: 2 Percs, Naso Tang, Regal Tang, Green Chromis, Squamipinnis Anthias, Mandarin, Bi-Colour Blennie, Purple Firefish, Brittle Stars, Emerald Crabs, Shrimp (Cleaner, Blood, Peppermint), Snails (Nassasarius, Astrea, Turbo, Cerith) Green Bubble Tip Anemones (4) Clams, Tuxedo and Pencil Urchins Corals: Green Star Polyps, Button Polyps, Zoanthids, Ricordia, Mushrooms, Colt Coral, Kenya Tree, Various Leathers, Chocolate Blush
    Other Equipment: Tunze Turbelle Stream 6060 Tunze TS48 kit Seio 1100 2 x Mak4 return pumps 2 x 3/4" Sea Swirls MRC Kalk Stirrer DIY Coil Denitrator 1/3hp Chiller
    Tongue tied and twisted just an earth bound misfit I.

  3. #3
    ajx22's Avatar
    ajx22 is offline Owner/Founder
    & Administrator


    Complete System For Sale
    ~ Must sell everything to afford the divorce lawyers.
    Points: 113,298, Level: 100
    Level completed: 0%, Points required for next Level: 0
    Overall activity: 58.0%
    Achievements:
    Social Recommendation First Class Veteran Overdrive Created Album pictures

    Join Date
    Oct 2001
    Location
    Sarasota, Florida
    Posts
    14,728
    Points
    113,298
    Level
    100


    Re: storage tank

    I hope that the storage container is rated as food-grade...

    Also - make note that garden hoses are NOT food grade and will leach. I'd replace the hose with another Food-Grade rated tubing ASAP .

    Just a heads-up.

    Cheers,

    Set up date: N/A Over fifteen years ago Display Size: 240G Starphire Total Water In System: ~500 Do you have a sump? YES
    Do you have a refugium? YES Amount of Liverock: ~750lbs (Indo/Tonga & Fiji) Depth of Sandbed: ~6" (Caribsea Oolitic) Salinity level: 1.024
    ALK level: ~11 Ammonia: 0 Nitrate: 0 Nitrite: 0
    What lighting are you using? What skimmer are you using? Calcium Reactor? Calcium level: ~500
    x3 250W 20,000k Radium MH + x4 VHO Actinic Euro-Reef - CS12-3 AquaMedic CR5000
    Fish and Inverts: Gold Rimmed Tang, Powder Blue Tang, Vlamingi Tang, Regal Tang, Red-Sea Desjardini Tang, Copperband Butterfly, Yellow-Tail Blue Damsel, x2 True Percula, x2 Bangaii Cardinal, Six-Line Wrasse, Mandarin Dragonett, x6 Peppermint Shrimp, x2 Blood Shrimp, x2 Cleaner Shrimp, x2 RBTA, ~100 Assorted snails (Nassarius/Astrea/Cerith/Turbo/Nerite), x2 Fighting Conch, x2 Serpent Stars, x4 Brittle Stars, x2 Emerald Crabs, x2 Sexy Shrimp, Maroon Clown, Green Carpet Anemone, T. Maxima, Corals: Assorted SPS (acros, montis, porites, birdsnest, etc.), Assorted LPS (mostly Euphyllia spp., Alveopora, various brains, Elegance, Fox, plates, bubble), various softies (Leather, Zoas, Mushrooms, Ricordea, +++)
    Other Equipment: True 7-Stage 200GPD RO/DI w/Booster Pump & ATO system, Sequence ReeFlo Hammerhead return pump, Iwaki 40RXT feeding Carbon Reactor, Eheim 1060 feeding Calcium Reactor, AquaMedic OceanRunner 3500 feeding above-tank refugium, 2x96W 50/50 CF's over refugium, 2x110W VHO + 400W 20,000K MH over grow-out tank + assorted powerheads (MJ's, Seios, etc.) Other Information: System=240G Display/40G Refugium/120G Sump/110G Grow-Out tank - DIY ATS (Algae Turf Scrubber)


    When we point you to the search feature to find your answers - remember the old Chinese Proverb:
    "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime."

    • "Many people would sooner die than think; in fact, they do so." - Bertrand Russell

    • "The most uncommon thing is commonsense."

    • "In any discussion, you can educate the ill-informed, you can make some headway amongst those with commonsense; but you can’t argue with Stupid – and you’re wasting your time if you try."

    "Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people." - Eleanor Roosevelt






  4. #4
    steve w.'s Avatar
    steve w. is offline aFISHionado

    Tangs don't belong in an aquarium
    ........except mine.
    Points: 20,087, Level: 89
    Level completed: 48%, Points required for next Level: 263
    Overall activity: 0%
    Achievements:
    Recommendation Second Class Veteran Tagger First Class 10000 Experience Points

    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    Location
    Uxbridge Ontario
    Posts
    2,021
    Points
    20,087
    Level
    89
    Threadstarter


    Re: storage tank

    No,it's regular grade im sure.
    You say plastic will leach(oils)?

    Set up date: Over Ten Years Ago Display Size: 100 Total Water In System: 150 gallon Do you have a sump? YES
    Do you have a refugium? YES Amount of Liverock: 90 Depth of Sandbed: 2 Salinity level: 1024
    ALK level: 9dkh Ammonia: 0 Nitrate: 0-5 Nitrite: 0
    What lighting are you using? What skimmer are you using? Calcium Reactor? Calcium level: 400
    MH+T5's corallife NO
    Fish and Inverts: 4 Tangs,Domino Damsels,Foster's Hawkfish. Soft Coral. Corals: Softies
    Other Equipment: Phosban and two carbon reactors. UV sterilizer RODI Phyto farm Other Information: No







    100 gal. reef tank
    Naso,Yellow,Salefin and Purple Tangs, Domino Damsel and Fosters Hawkfish.
    65gallon fuge in basement,
    meg 24 return,2 phosban reactors,18w uv+coralife skimmer
    r.o.d.i.
    620watts 400w 20k, 4x54wT5
    HK powerheads
    lots of live and diy rock
    coral(softies)
    assorted inverts,clams.



    See me on facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/WrightWebPhoto
    http://wrightwebphoto.com


    .


  5. #5
    ajx22's Avatar
    ajx22 is offline Owner/Founder
    & Administrator


    Complete System For Sale
    ~ Must sell everything to afford the divorce lawyers.
    Points: 113,298, Level: 100
    Level completed: 0%, Points required for next Level: 0
    Overall activity: 58.0%
    Achievements:
    Social Recommendation First Class Veteran Overdrive Created Album pictures

    Join Date
    Oct 2001
    Location
    Sarasota, Florida
    Posts
    14,728
    Points
    113,298
    Level
    100


    Re: storage tank

    Phosphates / oils / anything...it's not rated to be in contact with food - so it doesn't matter what it can/will leach...

    ANY containers that you use for water storage/tranport MUST be 100% food grade - or you will be fighting algae or worse issues for the life of the tank.

    Double-check - as if it's not food-grade - don't use it - and discard the water.

    Set up date: N/A Over fifteen years ago Display Size: 240G Starphire Total Water In System: ~500 Do you have a sump? YES
    Do you have a refugium? YES Amount of Liverock: ~750lbs (Indo/Tonga & Fiji) Depth of Sandbed: ~6" (Caribsea Oolitic) Salinity level: 1.024
    ALK level: ~11 Ammonia: 0 Nitrate: 0 Nitrite: 0
    What lighting are you using? What skimmer are you using? Calcium Reactor? Calcium level: ~500
    x3 250W 20,000k Radium MH + x4 VHO Actinic Euro-Reef - CS12-3 AquaMedic CR5000
    Fish and Inverts: Gold Rimmed Tang, Powder Blue Tang, Vlamingi Tang, Regal Tang, Red-Sea Desjardini Tang, Copperband Butterfly, Yellow-Tail Blue Damsel, x2 True Percula, x2 Bangaii Cardinal, Six-Line Wrasse, Mandarin Dragonett, x6 Peppermint Shrimp, x2 Blood Shrimp, x2 Cleaner Shrimp, x2 RBTA, ~100 Assorted snails (Nassarius/Astrea/Cerith/Turbo/Nerite), x2 Fighting Conch, x2 Serpent Stars, x4 Brittle Stars, x2 Emerald Crabs, x2 Sexy Shrimp, Maroon Clown, Green Carpet Anemone, T. Maxima, Corals: Assorted SPS (acros, montis, porites, birdsnest, etc.), Assorted LPS (mostly Euphyllia spp., Alveopora, various brains, Elegance, Fox, plates, bubble), various softies (Leather, Zoas, Mushrooms, Ricordea, +++)
    Other Equipment: True 7-Stage 200GPD RO/DI w/Booster Pump & ATO system, Sequence ReeFlo Hammerhead return pump, Iwaki 40RXT feeding Carbon Reactor, Eheim 1060 feeding Calcium Reactor, AquaMedic OceanRunner 3500 feeding above-tank refugium, 2x96W 50/50 CF's over refugium, 2x110W VHO + 400W 20,000K MH over grow-out tank + assorted powerheads (MJ's, Seios, etc.) Other Information: System=240G Display/40G Refugium/120G Sump/110G Grow-Out tank - DIY ATS (Algae Turf Scrubber)


    When we point you to the search feature to find your answers - remember the old Chinese Proverb:
    "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime."

    • "Many people would sooner die than think; in fact, they do so." - Bertrand Russell

    • "The most uncommon thing is commonsense."

    • "In any discussion, you can educate the ill-informed, you can make some headway amongst those with commonsense; but you can’t argue with Stupid – and you’re wasting your time if you try."

    "Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people." - Eleanor Roosevelt






  6. #6
    G.H. Dorr's Avatar
    G.H. Dorr is offline Registered User

    Has scars from MH burns and
    recent tang attack
    Points: 11,613, Level: 70
    Level completed: 91%, Points required for next Level: 37
    Overall activity: 13.0%
    Achievements:
    Veteran Tagger First Class 10000 Experience Points

    Join Date
    Mar 2005
    Location
    Burlington, Ont.
    Posts
    521
    Points
    11,613
    Level
    70


    Re: storage tank

    Quote Originally Posted by ajx22
    Phosphates / oils / anything...it's not rated to be in contact with food - so it doesn't matter what it can/will leach...

    ANY containers that you use for water storage/tranport MUST be 100% food grade - or you will be fighting algae or worse issues for the life of the tank.

    Double-check - as if it's not food-grade - don't use it - and discard the water.
    Really? Even for short term storage or transport? By short term I mean two to three days.

    I think I am going to write a book based on my experaince with SW so far -- 101 Things Not To Do in SW ... I'm at 40 ... but it is still early in the year.
    .
    .

    Set up date: September 2005 Display Size: 90 gal 48" Long Total Water In System: 90 Do you have a sump? NO
    Do you have a refugium? NO Amount of Liverock: 90 lbs Depth of Sandbed: Very Shallow ~10lbs Salinity level: 1.024
    ALK level: Don't test Ammonia: Don't test Nitrate: ~20ppm Nitrite: Don't test
    What lighting are you using? What skimmer are you using? Calcium Reactor? Calcium level: Don't test
    Giesemann 230 - 2x150W HQI 14.5K Giesemann MH + 2x54W Giesemann T5 Deltec MCE600 (Hang On) No
    Fish and Inverts: 6 Fish: 2 Ocellaris Clowns, Flagfin Angel, Flame Angel, Banner, Purple Dottyback Corals: None
    Other Equipment: Circulation: Total 3,840 GPH (1) 2 Hydor Koralia 4 @ 1,200 (2) Hydor Koralia 2 @ 860 (3) Hydor Koralia 2 @ 400 (4) JBJ @ 290 GPH Other Information: R.O. Water Instant Ocean Salt. Temp: @ 80

  7. #7
    steve w.'s Avatar
    steve w. is offline aFISHionado

    Tangs don't belong in an aquarium
    ........except mine.
    Points: 20,087, Level: 89
    Level completed: 48%, Points required for next Level: 263
    Overall activity: 0%
    Achievements:
    Recommendation Second Class Veteran Tagger First Class 10000 Experience Points

    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    Location
    Uxbridge Ontario
    Posts
    2,021
    Points
    20,087
    Level
    89
    Threadstarter


    Re: storage tank

    After you write that book maybe we'll come see you at a MAST seminar. lol .

    Set up date: Over Ten Years Ago Display Size: 100 Total Water In System: 150 gallon Do you have a sump? YES
    Do you have a refugium? YES Amount of Liverock: 90 Depth of Sandbed: 2 Salinity level: 1024
    ALK level: 9dkh Ammonia: 0 Nitrate: 0-5 Nitrite: 0
    What lighting are you using? What skimmer are you using? Calcium Reactor? Calcium level: 400
    MH+T5's corallife NO
    Fish and Inverts: 4 Tangs,Domino Damsels,Foster's Hawkfish. Soft Coral. Corals: Softies
    Other Equipment: Phosban and two carbon reactors. UV sterilizer RODI Phyto farm Other Information: No







    100 gal. reef tank
    Naso,Yellow,Salefin and Purple Tangs, Domino Damsel and Fosters Hawkfish.
    65gallon fuge in basement,
    meg 24 return,2 phosban reactors,18w uv+coralife skimmer
    r.o.d.i.
    620watts 400w 20k, 4x54wT5
    HK powerheads
    lots of live and diy rock
    coral(softies)
    assorted inverts,clams.



    See me on facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/WrightWebPhoto
    http://wrightwebphoto.com


    .


  8. #8
    BMW Rider's Avatar
    BMW Rider is offline Registered User

    Believes sushi would be better alive,
    swimming in the aquarium
    Points: 5,627, Level: 48
    Level completed: 39%, Points required for next Level: 123
    Overall activity: 1.8%
    Achievements:
    Veteran Tagger Second Class 5000 Experience Points

    Join Date
    Feb 2005
    Location
    Calgary, Alberta
    Posts
    107
    Points
    5,627
    Level
    48


    Re: storage tank

    I doubt that the container will leach much of anything into the water. Lots of people are using Rubbermaid containers as sumps with no ill effects, and I would expect the garbage can is made of the same or similar material. I used a Rubbermaid Brute garbage can for an RO storage container for nearly two years and did not experience any trouble with it. I recently replaced it with a 50 gallon glass tank only because it is a better fit for the new location, not because of concerns over toxicity. As for the garden hose, I use one of the white hoses made for RV drinking water connections. I think your new setup will be fine. Good work.

    I don't have a tank yet

    I can't wait until I retire and have a fixed income, the one I have now is always broke.

    130 gallon Reef
    50 gallon FOWLR

  9. #9
    newreef8584's Avatar
    newreef8584 is offline Tangs of the world unite!

    Tangs don't belong in an aquarium
    ........except mine.
    Points: 17,522, Level: 84
    Level completed: 35%, Points required for next Level: 328
    Overall activity: 0%
    Achievements:
    Veteran Tagger First Class 10000 Experience Points

    Join Date
    Oct 2005
    Location
    Newmarket/Ontario
    Posts
    1,152
    Points
    17,522
    Level
    84


    Re: storage tank

    Sounds neat you should post some pic's if thats OK with your foreman(Daughter)..

    Set up date: March 2011 Display Size: 28 Total Water In System: 30 Do you have a sump? NO
    Do you have a refugium? YES Amount of Liverock: 45 lb Fiji/Vanuatu Depth of Sandbed: 2 Salinity level: 1.025
    ALK level: 10 Ammonia: 0 Nitrate: 0 Nitrite: 0
    What lighting are you using? What skimmer are you using? Calcium Reactor? Calcium level: 350
    250 W MH, T5HO Actinic Prizm no
    Fish and Inverts: 2xGreen Chromis 4xNessarious Snail 1xSerpent Star Corals: none
    Other Equipment: 2 x Koralia Nano Other Information: DIY Foam/Cement wall
    Mother Nature and all her gifts are not inherited from our parents but merely on loan from our children.

  10. #10
    ajx22's Avatar
    ajx22 is offline Owner/Founder
    & Administrator


    Complete System For Sale
    ~ Must sell everything to afford the divorce lawyers.
    Points: 113,298, Level: 100
    Level completed: 0%, Points required for next Level: 0
    Overall activity: 58.0%
    Achievements:
    Social Recommendation First Class Veteran Overdrive Created Album pictures

    Join Date
    Oct 2001
    Location
    Sarasota, Florida
    Posts
    14,728
    Points
    113,298
    Level
    100


    Re: storage tank

    Quote Originally Posted by Mariusz
    Really? Even for short term storage or transport? By short term I mean two to three days.
    .
    Yes - RO/DI water is very aggressive - and can/will take in anything that it comes into contact with - as it has been striped to pure H2O


    Quote Originally Posted by BMW Rider
    I doubt that the container will leach much of anything into the water. Lots of people are using Rubbermaid containers as sumps with no ill effects, and I would expect the garbage can is made of the same or similar material. I used a Rubbermaid Brute garbage can for an RO storage container for nearly two years and did not experience any trouble with it. I recently replaced it with a 50 gallon glass tank only because it is a better fit for the new location, not because of concerns over toxicity. As for the garden hose, I use one of the white hoses made for RV drinking water connections. I think your new setup will be fine. Good work.

    "I doubt that the container will leach much of anything into the water. Lots of people are using Rubbermaid containers as sumps with no ill effects, and I would expect the garbage can is made of the same or similar material."

    I hate these statements. Not to be rude - but you obviously know nothing about potable water sources/etc. You're not an expert - and making uneducated blanket statments without following it with something like "but then again - I don't know".

    FACT is that MANY of these people have discovered that they have had crashes or huge algae outbreaks too...then can't figure out where the problem came from.

    This isn't anything but FACTS folks...If the material isn't safe for food - then it's NOT safe for your tank - PERIOD. In all actually - you can drink water with some phosphates/etc in it - and it won't hurt you - however, it can cause major issues in your tank.

    Remember - Most drinking water is @ 20+ PPM of TDS - where as we strive for ~0 PPM TDS for our tanks - why? Because our tanks need to have 100% PURE water.

    Will it show issues immediately - not likely - is it good for your tank - Not at all.

    As I keep saying - if you're going to gamble against the odds - stick with dice @ the casino - and leave helpless animal lives out of it.
    Provide the BEST environment you can - or don't play God at all.

    Set up date: N/A Over fifteen years ago Display Size: 240G Starphire Total Water In System: ~500 Do you have a sump? YES
    Do you have a refugium? YES Amount of Liverock: ~750lbs (Indo/Tonga & Fiji) Depth of Sandbed: ~6" (Caribsea Oolitic) Salinity level: 1.024
    ALK level: ~11 Ammonia: 0 Nitrate: 0 Nitrite: 0
    What lighting are you using? What skimmer are you using? Calcium Reactor? Calcium level: ~500
    x3 250W 20,000k Radium MH + x4 VHO Actinic Euro-Reef - CS12-3 AquaMedic CR5000
    Fish and Inverts: Gold Rimmed Tang, Powder Blue Tang, Vlamingi Tang, Regal Tang, Red-Sea Desjardini Tang, Copperband Butterfly, Yellow-Tail Blue Damsel, x2 True Percula, x2 Bangaii Cardinal, Six-Line Wrasse, Mandarin Dragonett, x6 Peppermint Shrimp, x2 Blood Shrimp, x2 Cleaner Shrimp, x2 RBTA, ~100 Assorted snails (Nassarius/Astrea/Cerith/Turbo/Nerite), x2 Fighting Conch, x2 Serpent Stars, x4 Brittle Stars, x2 Emerald Crabs, x2 Sexy Shrimp, Maroon Clown, Green Carpet Anemone, T. Maxima, Corals: Assorted SPS (acros, montis, porites, birdsnest, etc.), Assorted LPS (mostly Euphyllia spp., Alveopora, various brains, Elegance, Fox, plates, bubble), various softies (Leather, Zoas, Mushrooms, Ricordea, +++)
    Other Equipment: True 7-Stage 200GPD RO/DI w/Booster Pump & ATO system, Sequence ReeFlo Hammerhead return pump, Iwaki 40RXT feeding Carbon Reactor, Eheim 1060 feeding Calcium Reactor, AquaMedic OceanRunner 3500 feeding above-tank refugium, 2x96W 50/50 CF's over refugium, 2x110W VHO + 400W 20,000K MH over grow-out tank + assorted powerheads (MJ's, Seios, etc.) Other Information: System=240G Display/40G Refugium/120G Sump/110G Grow-Out tank - DIY ATS (Algae Turf Scrubber)


    When we point you to the search feature to find your answers - remember the old Chinese Proverb:
    "Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime."

    • "Many people would sooner die than think; in fact, they do so." - Bertrand Russell

    • "The most uncommon thing is commonsense."

    • "In any discussion, you can educate the ill-informed, you can make some headway amongst those with commonsense; but you can’t argue with Stupid – and you’re wasting your time if you try."

    "Great minds discuss ideas; average minds discuss events; small minds discuss people." - Eleanor Roosevelt






Page 1 of 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 LastLast

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

Similar Threads

  1. DIY Parts and Suppliers Info
    By ajx22 in forum DIY - Do It Yourself
    Replies: 37
    Last Post: March 10th, 2012, 01:46 PM
  2. Coral Placement in a reef tank
    By rentyn79 in forum Coral Husbandry
    Replies: 6
    Last Post: October 30th, 2007, 12:19 PM
  3. Water storage ? Smell
    By River in forum Reef Discussion
    Replies: 14
    Last Post: August 7th, 2007, 06:27 PM
  4. adjusting overflow teeth to adjust water tank water level
    By bigtyguyy in forum DIY - Do It Yourself
    Replies: 7
    Last Post: February 1st, 2007, 08:06 PM
  5. beginning reef keeper!!
    By maimz in forum Just Getting Started
    Replies: 33
    Last Post: March 2nd, 2005, 02:17 AM

Members who have read this thread in the last 180 days : 3

Tags for this Thread

Bookmarks

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
Powered by vBadvanced CMPS v4.1.3