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Old 07-18-2018, 03:10 PM
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Thought I’d start up a tank thread on here hopefully people can share their experience, help steer me in the right direction and maybe learn from some of the mistakes I hopefully won’t make... and let’s face it most people on here are going to like looking at reef tanks!
I had run a zeovit system before on my previous tank which was 400l net volume. I’ve just upgraded and doubled the water volume the new tank is a custom diy 120cm x 100cm x 61cm with an external overflow box sump is 70cm 80cm x 35cm I’m currently on day 2 of the zeovit cycle the tank was aquascaped dry using mature live rock that I kept wet by spraying it with salt water till finished I then filled the tank with 800l of natural sea water instantly. I do have a disclaimer... I have gone for an automatic reactor made by another company and due to stone size have opted to use their version of zeovit stones I am going to treat these as you would running full zeovit so for 800l I am using 2l of stones with 800lph flow. Tank is lit with 2x ati sunpowers that have been customised to hold ai hydras so running 8x 54w t5 bulbs and 4x ai hydra 52HD’s
Protein skimmer is a bubble king doublecone 200+, return pump is a vectra l1 and in tank flow is provided by 2x gyre xf150’s and 2x mp40qd and the tank is managed by an apex classic I have installed a clarisea fleece filter which can be bypassed if needs be, a deltec pf501 CAco2 reactor and I have a 3 Channel dosing pump that I’m going to use to dose start3, mg and k balance.
So that’s the back story but everyone’s here for the pics I guess...
Here’s the stand being built





The tanks being built





The equipment starting to build up





Finishing the stand




Aquascaping and filling the tank







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Old 07-19-2018, 12:27 AM
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Hey it Looks realy good

I hope it works realy well and you have fun with it
Dont Forget updating us here from time to time
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Old 07-19-2018, 02:03 AM
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This looks great! Love the aquascape
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Old 08-05-2018, 07:49 AM
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First bit of livestock in the tank (sorry about iPhone pics)






Going to give it a few weeks before adding more fish as want to make sure they have settled but will be adding more coral soon.


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