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PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2008 10:37 pm Post subject: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 I  bought  a  new  120gallon  aquarium  and  came  to  understand  how  keeping  one  is  so  very  different  from  a  smaller  20  or  30  gallon  aquarium.  The  reason  for  this  article  is  the  fact  that  the  needs  and  requirements  of  a  big  Aquarium  differ  from  a  smaller  Aquarium.  I  would  like  to  share  my  experience  and  views  so  that  it  benefits  the  community  and  people  know  what  they  are  getting  into.
 
 The  objective  of  this  article  is  to  educate  one  who  is  deciding  to  buy  a  big  Aquarium  about  all  the  various  things  to  consider  when  going  in  for  a  big  Aquarium.
 
 Let  me  first  list  out  all  the  stuff  required  for  building  and  maintaining  a  large  Aquarium.
 
 1. Structural  strength  of  your  home’s  floor  and  walls
 2. Measuring  tape
 3. Stand
 4. Glass
 5. Hood
 6. Filter
 7. Lighting
 8. Substrate
 9. Electricity  requirements
 10. Water  requirements
 11. Ply  Wood  and  Thermacol  sheets
 12. Net
 13. Pipe
 14. Buckets
 15. Plastic  scoop
 16. Air  Pump(s)
 
 Optional:-  
 
 17. Water  Pump(s)
 18. Heater
 19. Chiller
 20. skimmers
 21. Sump
 22. Decorations  (Rocks,  Driftwood,  Plastic  shipwrecks  etc….)
 23. DIY
 24. Water  softener  /  aquarium  salts
 25. Co2  units
 
 
 
 When  you  are  buying  a  big  aquarium,  please  understand  that  this  is  not  something  that  you  can  go  to  a  shop  and  bring  back  home.  99%  of  the  time  you  will  have  to  order  it  custom  made.  This  is  a  demanding  and  expensive  hobby.  Please  understand  that  if  you  do  not  put  in  enough  research,  you  will  end  up  being  taken  for  a  ride  by  the  vendors  and  pay  up  to  twice  the  cost  of  the  setup.  Trust  me,  it  would  be  best  to  spend  over  a  month  and  get  things  done  at  a  gradual  pace.
 
 1. First  and  foremost  understand  where  you  live,  are  you  in  an  apartment  or  will  the  Aquarium  be  on  the  first  floor?  An  Aquarium  about  4  feet  long  will  weigh  any  where  between  500-600  kilos.  This  pressure  will  rest  on  4  or  6  six  legs  of  your  stand.  Will  your  floor  take  this  load?  Even  if  you  live  on  the  ground  floor  you  must  understand  that  the  weight  is  enough  to  crack  floor  tiles/marble  or  granite  if  they  were  not  laid  properly.  If  you  have  noticed  all  over  head  tanks  are  at  a  corner  with  the  support  of  two  walls.  that  precaution  is  for  a  1000  liter  tank;  weighing  about  1000  kg.  It  would  be  prudent  to  take  the  advice  of  your  engineer.
 2. Get  a  measuring  tape  and  measure  the  place  where  your  Aquarium  will  be  kept.  An  Aquarium  just  a  couple  of  inches  small  or  big  can  trash  the  looks  of  the  surroundings.  Imagine  an  Aquarium  just  an  inch  longer  getting  in  the  way  of  your  door…  get  the  picture.  That’s  the  kind  of  stuff  you  want  to  avoid  happening.
 3. The  Stand  also  needs  careful  planning.  Make  sure  that  the  stand  made  is  of  good  quality  steel  and  is  level.
 ïƒ˜ Try  not  to  have  more  that  100-130  Kg  of  weight  supported  by  each  leg  of  the  stand.  For  a  4  feet  Aquarium  weighing  about  500-600  kg  make  a  stand  with  6  legs.  (about  100-115  kg  of  weight  supported  per  leg)
 ïƒ˜ If  you  are  getting  the  stand  and  Aquarium  made  from  different  sources,  get  the  stand  made  first  measure  it  and  then  order  the  Aquarium.  Small  errors  in  the  dimensions  may  be  present  that  can  be  corrected  by  getting  the  Aquarium  made  correspondingly  larger  or  smaller.
 ïƒ˜ Don’t  expect  the  workshop  guy  to  deliver  the  stand  on  the  agreed  date,  he  will  procrastinate.
 ïƒ˜ Make  sure  you  are  using  new  material  for  making  the  stand.  The  way  they  rip  you  off  is  by  polishing  old  raw  materials  like  angles  and  displaying  them  as  new.  Old  angles  will  be  bent,  not  suitable  for  a  stand.
 ïƒ˜ Here  is  a  simple  rule  to  make  maintenance  of  your  tank  easy.  The  height  of  tank  and  stand  together  should  be  3-4  inches  below  your  armpit.  This  is  the  best  height  to  clean  a  tank  from.  You  do  not  have  to  bend,  and  your  hand  will  easily  reach  the  bottom  of  the  tank  2  feet  high,  no  more  back  pains  after  cleaning  the  tank!!!
 
 
 4. Ask  your  LFS  which  glass  he  will  use  for  your  Aquarium.  Go  to  your  local  market  and  find  out  the  price,  you  will  be  able  to  drive  a  good  bargain  for  the  Aquarium.  I  will  not  discuss  glass  thickness  as  this  has  been  discussed  in  many  threads  and  opinion  varies.
 5. Fish  jump  and  trust  me  they  can  jump  very  high.  Get  a  hood  that  is  a  snug  fit  to  your  aquarium.  It  need  not  be  too  heavy,  but  should  not  fall  of  if  a  very  energetic  fish  jumps  and  hits  it.
 6. Filters  are  another  expensive  item  on  the  list.  Depending  upon  the  bio  load  and  type  of  fish  kept  you  can  go  for  large  sponge  filters,  canister  filters,  HOB  filters  top  filters  etc.  A  sponge  filter  is  the  best  thing  to  use  to  clear  a  clouded  Aquarium.
 7. Correct  Lighting  is  necessary  to  bring  out  the  beauty  of  your  aquarium.  You  need  specialized  lighting  for  planted  and  marine  setups.  For  a  rocky  setup  any  ordinary  tube  light  or  multiple  CFL  will  work.  Bulbs  give  off  a  lot  of  heat;  hence  make  sure  that  your  hood  can  withstand  the  heat.
 8. Substrate  is  necessary  to  make  your  Aquarium  beautiful.  If  you  are  going  for  the  good  quality  branded  substrate  for  planter  tanks,  with  out  taking  names  let  me  tell  you  it  will  cost  as  much  as  the  Aquarium  itself.  You  can  also  use  locally  available  substrate  such  as  laterite.  You  will  need  approximately  2KG  of  coarse  substrate  to  cover  1  sq.foot  of  floor  area  in  your  Aquarium  to  a  depth  of  Â¾  inch
 9. Wall  sockets  are  generally  rated  for  5amps.  So  if  you  are  using  a  multiple  socket  unit,  to  run  the  filter,  lighting,  heater/chiller  etc.  make  sure  they  do  not  draw  too  much  electricity  or  your  MCB  may  trip.  Also  running  these  equipments  24X7  will  hike  your  electricity  bill  by  a  huge  amount.  If  you  get  heaters  with  a  high  rating  your  electricity  bills  will  be  huge.
 10. Water  changes  even  twice  a  month  will  require  huge  amounts  of  water.  Try  recycling  this  by  watering  your  garden/pots  and  plants  with  this  water.
 11. It  is  recommended  to  use  a  piece  of  plywood  and  thermacol  sheet  on  the  stand  to  spread  the  weight  and  counter  any  small  defects  such  as  bumps  in  the  stand.
 12. You  will  need  a  net  to  catch  and  transfer  fish  during  regular  maintenance.  A  big  tank  will  generally  have  big  fish  a  sturdy  large  net  will  be  required.
 13. Use  a  separate  pipe  to  fill  water  into  and  pump  water  out  of  the  Aquarium.
 14. You  will  need  some  buckets  when  cleaning  the  Aquarium  to  hold  fish  temporarily,  or  of  you  need  to  isolate  a  fish  for  any  reason.
 15. Plastic  scoop  would  be  needed  to  remove/  sift  through  the  substrate.
 16. You  need  an  air  pump.  Get  a  spare  battery  operated  one  so  you  need  not  worry  about  power  failures.
 17. A  water  pump  is  optional;  this  would  be  helpful  during  WC’s  to  pump  water  out  of  your  Aquarium.  A  simple  gravel  vac  can  also  do  the  job  but  a  bit  slowly.
 18. Depending  on  your  geographic  location  and  fish;  a  heater  may  be  necessary.
 19. Depending  on  your  geographic  location  and  fish;  a  chiller  may  be  necessary.  Comparatively  a  chiller  is  more  expensive  compared  to  a  heater.
 20. Skimmers  are  generally  used  in  salt  water  setups.  These  are  used  to  remove  large  organic  molecules  before  they  decompose.  They  can  be  used  in  FW  setups  but  are  not  necessary.
 21. A  sump  is  optional;  a  sump  will  increase  the  volume  of  water  in  your  setup.  Filtration,  heaters/chillers  etc  can  be  placed  in  the  sump.  Your  Aquarium  will  be  free  from  these  and  look  more  beautiful.  Again  sumps  are  generally  used  in  salt  water  setups.
 22. Decorations  used  differ  form  person  to  person.  Stuff  like  drift  wood  or  bog  wood  can  get  expensive.  Rocks  you  can  find  for  free  on  a  river  bank  may  cost  you  a  lot  in  the  city.  So  you  might  want  to  plan  a  trip  to  the  local  river  tourist  spot  to  collect  drift  wood  and  rocks.  Clean  them  thoroughly  before  introducing  them  to  your  aquarium.  Try  to  mimic  the  natural  habitat  of  your  fish  with  the  decorations  you  get.
 23.  DIY,  you  may  be  wondering  why  I  included  this.  With  the  rising  cost  of  all  the  stuff  you  need  for  a  large  Aquarium,  you  will  be  tempted  to  go  the  DIY  way  with  the  filter,  or  any  other  equipment.  Please  take  the  help  of  an  experienced  hobbyist  when  DIYing  anything.  A  wrong  design  or  poor  construction  may  kill  all  your  fish;  break  your  aquarium  etc…..
 24. Aquarium  salt,  chemicals  to  remove  ammonia  soften  the  water  may  be  necessary  and  will  add  to  your  budget.
 25. Co2  units  are  quite  expensive  and  are  needed  for  planted  Aquariums.  You  can  DIY  co2  but  that  has  its  pro’s  and  cons.  Maintaining  these  may  be  really  time  consuming.
 
 
 Keep  spare  equipment  like  air  pumps,  water  pumps  etc  handy.  You  never  know  when  you  need  one.
 
 One  advice,  if  you  are  going  away  on  a  week  end,  hook  up  your  computer  UPS  to  one  of  your  air  pumps,  this  might  just  save  the  lives  of  your  fish  if  there  was  a  long  power  cut.  An  air  pump  draws  very  little  electricity  and  a  20  min  back  up  UPS  will  last  a  long  time  for  a  small  air  pump.
 
 
 IMP:  Pundit/Astrologer:  Adding  this  after  a  vastu  pundit  trashed  my  plans…  set  up  the  whole  tank  on  Sunday  and  on  Monday  this  guy  comes  home  with  my  uncle,  up  and  says  the  tanks  has  to  be  placed  in  a  different  location  Grrrrrr……..  Parents  are  saying  move  the  tanks  or  throw  them  out.  Moved  the  30  gallon  Tank  (4  hours  of  work  after  coming  home  from  office),  the  135  is  going  to  be  a  night  mare!!!!


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PostPosted: Tue May 13, 2008 11:03 pm Post subject: Re: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 excellent  tips  preeths...  just  what  a  beginner  would  need  ..the  thread  by  mr.trevor  regarding  setting  up  of  a  tank  would  also  be  of  great  help  to  beginners.....
 P.S:  do  post   pics  of  your  135  gallon  and  your  30  gallon  too  ....  Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2008 12:14 am Post subject: Re: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 not  bad..  pretty  well  written.  maybe  we  should  make  it  a  sticky..
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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2008 12:18 am Post subject: Re: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 excellent  tips  for  the  beginners.
 agree   with  sing  to  make  it  a  sticky   Thumb Up
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 Nice  work  Preeth,  all  important  points  jotted  together  at  a  single  place  Thumb Up  but  I  would  like  to  add....
 
 
                                                 
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12.  You  will  need  a  net  to  catch  and  transfer  fish  during  regular  maintenance.  A  big  tank  will  generally  have  big  fish  a  sturdy  large  net  will  be  required.                

 You  dont  need  to  do  that  once  tank  is  set,  just  partial  water  changes(with  debris  removal)  without  removing  fishes  is  essential.  There  are  people  on  iah  with  tanks  running  for  long  long  time  without  removing  fishes.
 
 
                                                 
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13.  Use  a  separate  pipe  to  fill  water  into  and  pump  water  out  of  the  Aquarium.                  

 Not  necessary  IMO
 
 
                                                 
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22.  Decorations  used  differ  form  person  to  person.  Stuff  like  drift  wood  or  bog  wood  can  get  expensive.....                  

 you  can  DIY  them  Very Happy
 
 
                                                 
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9.   Also  running  these  equipments  24X7  will  hike  your  electricity  bill  by  a  huge  amount.  If  you  get  heaters  with  a  high  rating  your  electricity  bills  will  be  huge.                  

 Filter  is  an  exception,  I  believe  it  should  never  be  switched  off.
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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2008 1:41 am Post subject: Re: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 good  work...   Clapping  
 
 why  don't  you  prepare  an  article  with  photos!!
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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2008 8:41 am Post subject: Re: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 nice.........  Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2008 4:04 pm Post subject: Re: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 Preeths,
 
 Great  job  Thumb Up  
 
 Unless  you  post  pics  of  your  tank  to  show  that  having  a  big  aquarium  is  worth  all  this  trouble  and  more,  new  comers  may  get  scared  away...
 
 Please  do  post  pics  of  your  aquarium  once  it  is  set  up...
 
 cheers
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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2008 6:59 pm Post subject: Re: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 Will  post  full  tank  pics  in  a  few  days,  still  have  to  move  the  tank  to  new  place  that  pundit  thing  is  very  real.....hope  fully  this  should  be  done  on  the  week  end.
 
 At  point  9  I  did  not  imply  you  should  switch  off  any  equipment,  I  only  want  people  to  know  heaters  use  a  lot  of  electricity.
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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2008 7:10 pm Post subject: Re: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 Way  to  go  Preeths,
 Nicely  written  simple  and  to  the  point,  do  add  a  few  pics  like  anand  also  mentioned  earlier.
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PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2008 5:12 pm Post subject: Re: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 Preeths  waiting  for  the  pics.   Smile  
 
 Dinesh
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PostPosted: Sat May 24, 2008 5:20 pm Post subject: Re: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 Very  well  written  article,  Preeths.  Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 18, 2009 3:56 pm Post subject: Re: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 Very  good  article  Preeths!
 
 I  was  planning  for  an  8ft  aquarium..  I  knew  its  not  a  very  easy  thing  to  have  bec  I  have  to  think  and  plan  a  lot  of  prerequisites  (apart  from  the  money  ofcourse).  After  reading  your  wonderful  article,  I  think  I  know  that  I  am  still  not  read  for  it  yet.  Its  my  long  term  plan  and  dream,  but  I  will  have  it  atleast  by  next  year  or  so  :-)
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 18, 2009 4:13 pm Post subject: Re: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 Nice  long  article,  Preetam.  Everyone  is  waiting  for  your  tank  pictures.
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 18, 2009 4:29 pm Post subject: Re: Want to buy a BIG aquarium? Read on… Reply with quote

 Nice  Article!  Really  put  into  perspective  the  challenges  in  setting  up  a  "BIG"  aquarium.
 Just  like  everyone  else,  waiting  to  see  the  result  of  the  vastu  advice   Smile
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