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[Killietalk] largeshop/hatchery water changes
I don't know if this is common for all stores, but there are four stores in
my area and only one does water changes. The other three do what they call
a daily 10% ..... they withdraw enough water when catching fish and selling
them that at the end of the day the water level is down 2 inches and they
have to top off the tanks (really sumps). They also have the system divided
into 500 gallon sections to limit problems (one just had a pump go bad so he
shifted the fish into other tanks and waited for the replacement pump to
Something to chew on,
----- Original Message -----
From: "gregory askew" <karmafarmaquatics at yahoo_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Sunday, February 03, 2008 8:01 AM
Subject: [Killietalk] Fish room design specialist WANTED for
> I don't know if this is even the right place for this message. But it's
> worth a shot.
> I am an AKA and ALA member,.
> I will be opening a retail store/hatchery soon.
> I am looking for a company or experienced and qualified person that
> specializes in fish room designs. But of course this is for a store....
> not just a fish room.
> I already have a basic design that I want to use. But i am open to ideas
> that are better than my own.
> The system MUST have 5 separate systems.... that don't share water.
> It MUST have central filtration and central heating. And I do NOT want
> automatic water changing..... I want to decide when to change water, not
> have it done automatically.
> The company or person I am looking for MUST be qualified and have
> references.... at least his own medium-tech fish room. This is somewhat
> large scale, so I REALLY need someone who is properly qualified. This
> person must also be very experienced with fish room design and be very
> experienced with drilling. This person or company must also be familiar
> with air blower systems, central filtration and heating, and plumbing. I
> can (and probably will need to) hire a plumber to get a water line.
> It is just in the planning stages right now. I am applying for the loans
> currently. It will be at least a month before I actually need the work
> done, and probably closer to 2 months.
> I am 100% SERIOUS. This is in Southern California. Pay is negotiable.
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