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Re: Water tanks
Barry for the sizze that you seem to need, why not
build a wooden frame and then use a small pond liner
cut to size. That way you know the material is fish
safe, you can make the reservoir the size that uyou
want and it is fairly inexpensive, just don't buy the
pond kit at a pet store, but go to a landscaping
business that deals in pond equipment and special
order a pvc liner or butyl liner for your reservoir.
> From: "Barry Cooper" <bjc3 at cornell_edu>
> To: <killietalk at aka_org>
> Sent: Sunday, November 05, 2000 12:34 AM
> Subject: Water tanks
> > > > I am looking for ideas for water storage tanks
> use as reservoirs for my
> > recirculating system. As I mentioned a couple of
> days ago, I plan to put
> > sumps (aka reservoirs) under each of my racks. The
> ideal size will be
> > 48" long, by 24" wide and 24" high. The most
> important dimensions are
> > height and width, which should be not much more
> that 24". I initially
> > planned to use Rubbermaid poly stock tanks, the
> type used for watering
> > horses and cattle. However, the 100 gal size is
> just a bit too high and
> > Any suggestions?
> > Barry
> > Barry J. Cooper, Prof., Dept. Biomedical Sciences,
> Cornell University
> > Current address: 27505 Riggs Hill Rd.
> > Sweet Home, OR 97386 (bjc3 at cornell_edu)
> > ---------------
Allen H. Johnson
132 Whispering Oaks Dr.
West Chester, Pa. 19382
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