So I've finally outgrown my 45 gallon long. I just can't deal with the lack of depth anymore. So I've started to assemble my new new tank!
Equipment so far:
75 Gallon All Glass Aquarium
Nova Extreme 4x54 watt T5HO with Moonlights
36 watt aquamedic uv
250 watt Jager Heater
All equipment is in a closed loop!
Aquamedic Reef Doser
T5HO Bulbs - 2 6700K, 2 10 000K
Cornelius body, Burkert Solenoid, Fabco needle valve, Clippard check valve
Working on getting:
Tunze ATO or equivalent
Locally collect rocks (currently soaking so I can test for buffering)
The tank is going to be open top with the Nova hung about 12" above the tank. I'm hoping this is going to work well for any plants I want to grow without being too bright.
I got a great deal on a new FX5 so I'm going to plumb everything inline with it. The output splits off into two 3/4" lines. One will be high pressure, one low. The high goes to the inline heater and back to the line to the tank. The other line goes through the co2 reactor, picks up ferts, goes through the uv and then back to the line to the tank.
I picked up my Co2 system from Yikesjackson!. Got a good deal on two setups.
The look I was originally going for is out the door. Cause I picked up a super cheap Osaka 90 setup!!! That tank is going to be a lower light tank and now this one is just going to be whatever it becomes. I'm not going to plan it, but instead just see where it goes.
Thanks, and I hope you guys have comments and suggestions. Pics to follow.