60 gallon is doing nice, Will upload some pics to my thread soon.
Sump works great.
I have tested overflow for power failure and it works fine
Makes a bunch of noise for about 30mins as settles into its
flow pattern but nothing flooded or over ran.
Some people insist that a 3rd overflow pipe must be installed on a setup
like this as an emergency drain so that there is absolutely no way
for it to overflow, but I think this is only needed on higher flow systems that
surge a huge amount of water at start up and for reef tanks that can clog
their intake pipes easy.
Just make sure sump has as little agitation as possible and a sealed lid
to help keep Co2 in.
and keep water drop into overflow as short as possible.
How is your 60G doing? I love the electric blue rams. Rams are a very common and cheap fish here in Taiwan, at about 2dollars a piece for the German Blue Rams, I will look for the Electric blue ones. Beautiful!
I like your sump and design and the fact that it is quiet. Is there any problem with flooding with power loss etc? I am looking at designing a sump for a new 120cm tank, and considering adding a overflow hooked to a drain incase of power problems and flooding. any suggestions or things to consider based on your observations from your planted sump tank? firstname.lastname@example.org