Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2012 9:18 am Post subject: are braces required to support rocks in aquarium
Hi IAH Members,
This is a query regarding the braces for my aquarium.
I have decided to place two big rocks in my aquarium, one of which is half the height of my aquarium. So do I need braces at the bottom to support the weight of the rocks,substrate,water.
My tank Specs are as below:
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Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2012 1:22 pm Post subject: Re: are braces required to support rocks in aquarium
I think it is not required. Placing the thermocol sheet as Saikumar suggested should be good. If the tank has not been made yet you can use 8mm glass for bottom and 6mm for the sides. No bracing required. But be sure to place the tank on a leveled surface.
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