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Re: water recycling



I drill the tanks.

Barry

At 02:31 PM 7/21/2002 -0700, you wrote:
>I understand how you get the water to the tanks, but without drilling the 
>tanks, I do not understand how you get the water out of the tanks.
>
>Could you please be a little more specific on this point??
>
>thanks
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>> > Each of my racks has about 100 gals of water in the tanks. Under each rack
>> > is a sump holding about 50 gals, with a recirculating system on each rack.
>> > To do a water change, I pump out the sump and replace the water. All tanks
>> > are therefore changed in one operation and the slow recirculation makes
>>any
>> > changes in water parameters occur gradually in the tanks.
>>
>>Wow, that's about as painless as you can get! If I had to
>>change 150 tanks on a weekend using the siphon/bucket
>>method, I'd be a little depressed. I don't see why that
>>design wouldn't survive scaling down to a smaller fishroom.Thanks for
>>sharing, Barry!
>>Bill
>>Thanks for sharing
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