|10-27-2010 12:52 AM|
Thank you, I didn't realize it was in that section. I am hoping to perhaps run two tanks side by side with this sump, I have a 40 gallon breeder I would like to put next to it. Is there anyway I can put this in another section, I really do like this forum TPT I have learned so much, guess i should not have gotton so disappointed so fast. Thanks again.
|10-27-2010 12:42 AM|
you probably didnt get much response because not everyone click on new post and this is stuck in the canada section that doesnt have alot of traffic.
i think you sump looks good, maybe over doing it a bit. but if that is what you want then that is all that matters. there are some people here that use a sump as well and it seem to work just as good as other kind of filtration
|10-27-2010 12:29 AM|
|Plantz||Hi everyone, iwas hoping to get some feedback on this sump design, I have really enjoyed this forum so far you guys/gals have some beautiful tanks, inspiring. I thought I would put this back up and i hope to get a few more comments back, thank you for now look forward to hearing back from someone.|
|10-24-2010 08:36 PM|
|10-24-2010 08:23 PM|
Never used or built a sump although I am thinking about trying it out as a means to filter many shrimp tanks. Design looks good to me a far as the little research I have done. Good luck with the build.
|10-24-2010 08:08 PM|
|Plantz||29 views and no comments - everyone must be busy - I am a bit disappointed there is alot of good information on this site.|
|10-24-2010 01:53 PM|
65 Gallon Sump Filter
Hi, First of all I am new to TPT, I have been reading alot of threads for the past couple of weeks and have learned alot. Presently I have a 35 gallon planted tank, 25 gallon guppy/platy tank, 65 gallon goldfish, 65 gallon reef tank, 100 gallon deck pond. This is a really good site. I purchased a used 65 gallon tank last weekend and I want to move my 35 planted tank into it. I drilled the tank out last night and here is what I came up with for the sump. I have read alot about the pro and cons of a sump. This is the way I would like to go. Any comments or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for now, Al