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Re: How much space do you need?
- To: <Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com>
- Subject: Re: How much space do you need?
- From: Ron Barter <mistnfrost at superaje_com>
- Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2000 19:18:10 -0400
- In-Reply-To: <200010151948.PAA19548 at actwin_com>
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I have 4 - 3/4" rigid cpvc pipes (from tank, return to tank, from fresh
reservoir and to drain) hooked up to Rainbow Lifegard filter and heater
modules, CO2 feed and electrical cords for lights and fans all passing
through a 4" diameter circular hole in the back of my tank cabinet about 6"
below the bottom of the tank (or the top of the cabinet). I didn't have too
much trouble feeding all of this through the hole, but a 6" hole would
probably have been easier. Sounds like your plans should make feeding hoses
and wires a breeze.
see my 100 gallon at http://www.superaje.com/~mistnfrost/2x100gal.jpg
> Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2000 11:24:55 -0700
> From: "Andy Glasebrook" <paradiselost at ineedhits-mail_com>
> Subject: Re:How much space do you need?
> Kathy, I have not bought any of the equipment yet. I'm building the tank
> stand now. I'm sure I will buy a canister filter. Probably an Ehiem 2226. I
> know I will have CO2. But I won't finish the stand for a month or so and then
> I will buy the filter and everything else. I'm just hopeful I will have
> enough space there and have not left anything out. I'm hoping to get
> suggestions from people of things I might need more space for or would 5
> inches be enough.
> Those of you who have canister filters, what are the average sizes of the
> hoses that bring water fromt the tank and return it?