Colombian style 400 gallons

diegomax

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Hi this is my new proyect... i hope they like!!

and sorry for my english, is really bad....
 

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jpsika08

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Diego,
Buen comienzo, esperamos ver mas fotos del proyecto.

And yes, no problem there with the English :)
 

diegomax

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thank juan and elFloyd... its my first publication so i accept all possibles advice... and more pics!!!

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jpsika08

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Diego,
Nice update, I see some good muscle building carrying all those jugs :)
Are you going to invest in a RO/DI filter in the future?
 

diegomax

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i have a RO/DY filter but is a little small and i needed cycle really fast the tank.... so buy all the water... you will enjoy next pics juan!!
 

jpsika08

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Aaaa me adelante, ya sacaron musculos jajaja

El tanque se mira increible! felicidades.

Ya se esta ciclando?
 

diegomax

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Aaaa me adelante, ya sacaron musculos jajaja

El tanque se mira increible! felicidades.

Ya se esta ciclando?


muchas gracias Juan!! si hoy empezo a ciclar... me demore mucho con la tuberia estuvo realmente dificil ya que voy a alimentar reactores y skimmer con la hammer head... :bounce1:
 

diegomax

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Nice setup,what will you do for filtration?lighting? and so on.
I'll be tagging alog with your build


thank you very much!! i will take some good pics the last did with my cell phone (ugly)

filtration: skimmer octopus 8000 ext, phosban reactor, biopellets and carbon reactor, UV filter 30watts and also filter bags.... i will take pics to the sump...

lighting: 2 octopus lamps to 400 watts, 2 MH lamps to 250 watts, and some leds to ecoxotic (i really love the magenta leds color, corals looks amazing)...


this is just the beginning...!!!
 

jhentr

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Wow, nice start. Don't know too much about masonsy, concrete, and brick, but will that be strong enough to hold the tank in the long run with lateral movement, etc.?
 

Reefnut2010

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Nice tank. Like others have said make doubly sure that stand is up to par. No sense in the tank going down after set up. That's a ton of water. It might have been better to do a steel frame stand, then some brickwork around it. By the way love the floorplan in the house ! Ahora echa pa' lante y que te diviertas con tu nuevo Aquario !!
 
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