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PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 2:58 pm Post subject: Re: Tank as of now Reply with quote

                                                   
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hope  to  see  the  finished  work  soon......
 where  is  the  tank  placed...????                

 
 The  Tank's  placed  in  my  bedroom  and  i  hope  the  work  finishes  soon  as  well  because  then  my  work  starts  :-)
 
 
                                                 
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 No  to  be  too  critical,  but  I  see  a  couple  potential  problems.....
 1)  Ventilation:  as  i  understand,  you  will  be  using  MH's.  This  is  gonna  get  hot.  How  do  you  plan  on  dealing  with  that  problem?  No  point  running  your  chiller  overtime.  You  could  add  some  fans  on  the  short  side  of  your  canopy  to  draw  air  outside.
 
 2)  It'd  be  better  if  you  had  access  doors  on  all  3  sides  of  your  cabinets.  They  come  in  handy.
 
 On  a  side  note,  don't  worry  about  your  aquascape  right  now.  It  doesn't  take  a  genius  to  add  more  rocks  when  required   Very Happy  Right  now  you  just  need  enough  to  provide  bacterial  filteration.
 
 Good  luck
                 

 
 Well  the  Ventilation  thingi  is  gonna  be  controled  opefully  with  2  Exost  fans  in  the  cover.
 
 The  Access  from  only  from  the  back  of  the  top  and  the  bottom  (making  it  from  all  the  side  was  not  possible)
 
 Thanks  for  the  suggestion
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 3:01 pm Post subject: Need help with chiller Reply with quote

 I  have  not  purchased  a  CHILLER  for  my  tank  yet  
 can  anyone  pleas  help  me  with  that  
 as  the  Chillers  are  very  Expensive  online
 Pleas  let  me  know  about  1/2  to  1  HP  Chiller  prices
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 26, 2010 1:14 am Post subject: Thankfully work in full flow....... Reply with quote

 Thankfully  my  Carpenter  has  "recovered"
 The  painter  did  his  work  so  now  I  have  a  
 nice  reflective  white  (its  better  than  the  plain  wood)  it  was
 much  more  timeconsuming  and  expensive.
 
 Anyways  on  an  other  note  my  little  red  crab  is  not  doing  to  well   Crying or Very sad
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 1:06 pm Post subject: Potential Livestock list... Reply with quote

 I  was  speaking  to  Walin  (  The  great  "GatorX")  and  well  thinking  of  what  i  would  keep  in  the  tank  well  these  are  most  of  my  potential  candiates  what  do  people  think.
 
 Naso  Tang
 Purple  Tang
 Yellow  Tang
 Blue  Hippo  Tang
 Copperband  Butterfly
 Yellow  Wrasse
 Cleaner  Wrasse
 Midas  Blenny
 Blue/Green  Chromis
 Anthias
 Fire/Purple  fish
 Flame  angle
 Emperor  Angle
 Queen  Angle(hopefully  if  in  budget)
 Green  Spotted  Mandarin
 Psychedelic  Mandarin
 Bangaii  Cardinals
 Pyjama  Cardinals
 Ocellaris  Clown
 Rose  Bubble  Nem
 Green  Bubble  Nem
 Spine  Urchin
 Serpent  Stars
 Sally  Light  Foot  Crab
 Porcelin  Crab
 Nassarius/Astrea/Stomella  Snails
 Cleaner  Shrimp
 Fire  Blood  Shrimp
 Coral  banded  Shrimp
 
   Let  me  know  what  u  guys  think  and  The   order  the  fishes  should  go  in
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 1:30 pm Post subject: Re: Tank as of now Reply with quote

 Shrimps  -  First  thing  to  go  in  to  the  tank  ,  but  check  the  compatability  among  the  different  types  you  have  liste  dout.  I  am  not  sure  if  coral  banded  will  get  along  with  other  varieties.
 
 Crabs  -  They  will  topple  corals  ,  better  to  avoid  in  a  reef  set  up.
 
 Tangs  -  Too  many  ,  dont  keep  more  than  2  varieties.  They  get  spooked  /  stressed  with  the  slightest  provocation.  Once  you  have  added  any  one  variety  it  is  very  difficult  to  add  few  more  varieties  of  the  same  kind   leave  alone  mixing  other  types  like  regal,  yellow,  purple,  naso..etc.  
 
 Anthias  -  Require  daily  live  feed  atleast  twice  a  day.
 
 Chromis  &  cardinals  -  Safest  bet  initially.
 
 Anemones  -  Avoid  if  you  are  planning  for  a  reef  set  up.
 
 Most  of  the  fihes  you  have  listed  are  reef  safe,  but  compatability  issues  need  to  be  factored  before  you  add  them  to  your  tank.
 
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 2:41 pm Post subject: Re: Tank as of now Reply with quote

                                                   
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Shrimps  -  First  thing  to  go  in  to  the  tank  ,  but  check  the  compatability  among  the  different  types  you  have  liste  dout.  I  am  not  sure  if  coral  banded  will  get  along  with  other  varieties.
 
 Crabs  -  They  will  topple  corals  ,  better  to  avoid  in  a  reef  set  up.
 
 Tangs  -  Too  many  ,  dont  keep  more  than  2  varieties.  They  get  spooked  /  stressed  with  the  slightest  provocation.  Once  you  have  added  any  one  variety  it  is  very  difficult  to  add  few  more  varieties  of  the  same  kind   leave  alone  mixing  other  types  like  regal,  yellow,  purple,  naso..etc.  
 
 Anthias  -  Require  daily  live  feed  atleast  twice  a  day.
 
 Chromis  &  cardinals  -  Safest  bet  initially.
 
 Anemones  -  Avoid  if  you  are  planning  for  a  reef  set  up.
 
 Most  of  the  fihes  you  have  listed  are  reef  safe,  but  compatability  issues  need  to  be  factored  before  you  add  them  to  your  tank.
 
 KS                

 
 
 Those  crabs  are  reef  safe  and  don't  topple  over  stuff...
 
 Where  did  you  get  the  information  on  Anthias  and  Anemones  ????
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 4:44 pm Post subject: Thanks to this ruling shit.... Reply with quote

 My  carpenters  have  stopped  work   due  to  this  wordict  shit   Thumb Down  
 they  just  need  silly  reasons  to  skip  when  only  a  few  day's  of  work  left.....  Crying or Very sad  
 but  newton's  3rd  law  the  offosite  reaction  is  
 
 But  on  the  other  hand  i  have  some  more  time  to  do  something  els
 maintaining  my  other  tanks  
 
 and  starting  a  new  project
 
 A  200  lts  fresh  water  tank....
 
 will  post  for  suggestions


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 4:50 pm Post subject: Re: Tank as of now Reply with quote

 wow.....  200lts  freshwater...????
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 4:57 pm Post subject: Re: Tank as of now Reply with quote

                                                   
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wow.....  200lts  freshwater...????                

 
 Well  i  have  8  fresh  water  tanks  in  my  house  and  office's  and  this  one  would  be  the  smallest
 apart  from  a  small  quatantine  tank....
 have  kinda  moved  on  from  fresh  water  ones  
 still  this  new  one  is  for  the  landing  area  in  the  office.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 5:00 pm Post subject: Re: Tank as of now Reply with quote

 awesome  man......post  pics....!!!  Thumbs Up
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 6:09 pm Post subject: This is where the work is stuck now Reply with quote

 it's  cumming  along  kinda  of  but  still  loads  to  go  before  whter  and  stuff  can  be  put  into  it
 
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 6:40 pm Post subject: Re: Tank as of now Reply with quote

 When  will  we  ever  see  that  tank  filled  up...!?!?  Poke


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 6:41 pm Post subject: Re: Tank as of now Reply with quote

 Looks  nice.  When  you  get  Naso,  see  if  you  can  get  a  Blonde  one.  They  are  really  pretty.  Add  purple  and  yellow  together  and  last  if  possible.  If  you  are  going  to  get  Anthia  see  if  you  can  get  one  of  the  hardy  species  like  lyretails,  but  you  have  to  feed  them  3  to  4  times  a  day.  Its  going  to  look  nice.
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 9:46 pm Post subject: Re: Tank as of now Reply with quote

                                                   
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Looks  nice.  When  you  get  Naso,  see  if  you  can  get  a  Blonde  one.  They  are  really  pretty.  Add  purple  and  yellow  together  and  last  if  possible.  If  you  are  going  to  get  Anthia  see  if  you  can  get  one  of  the  hardy  species  like  lyretails,  but  you  have  to  feed  them  3  to  4  times  a  day.  Its  going  to  look  nice.                

 
 Man  how  long  has  it  been  since  you  left  India,  Surprised   you  know  beggar's  cant  be  choosers,  Shocked   you  can  get  as  many  Blonds  as  you  want  their  Rock On   LoL...  just  kidding  man  but  as  u  know  as  a  hobbyest  hear  it  is  not  very  easy  to  get  the  exact  thing  that  as  required   I  will  definately  want  the  Blonde  since  my  facinations  with  Blonds.   Cheering     I  will  definately  try  for  the  hardyer  species  of  Anthia  man.  thanks  for  your  insight.  Thumb Up  
 
   
                                                 
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 When  will  we  ever  see  that  tank  filled  up...!?!?  Poke
                 

 
 Think  about  my  position  man  the  empty  tank's  in  my  room  man  Wall Bang   so  imagin  the  level  of  my  frustation,   sometimes  i  just  wanna  blow  the  brain's  of  my  carpenter.  Guns
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 01, 2010 3:51 am Post subject: Re: Tank as of now Reply with quote

 lol,  you  are  the  most  patient  hobbyist  ever  known.......lol
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