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Re: NFC: Multi-Tank Filtration Question
Thanks Jake, but you hit the nail on the head, in that I don't know
where to begin to even sketch one out. I have only used very simple
filters. Undergravel, hang on the backs and such. I have never, ever,
used a filtration system where the water was removed from the tank. If I
am looking to filter the water from 15 or 20 or 100 tanks how do I get
the water from the tanks, into the filter and back? I really need a
diagram of a system someone else is already using. Once I get a
visualization, in my head, then I'll be able to move forward.
jake levi wrote:
> there are a number of commercial companys who would
> love to sell you a system, super duper deluxe, and
> priced accordingly.
> Sketch out your own and do it yourself, drain to a
> common sump with filter pads, put a BIG skimmer in it
> and ozonizer and the last thing the water sees before
> going to the tanks is a big UV, the last courtesy Joe
> L., he has an excellent system for his clown biz.Joe
> also has had good luck with a tower filtration system,
> talk to him about it.
> I suggest two systems, one for fish and one for
> inverts, do it yourself and save ten thousand dollars.
> --- Ty <tyhall at mia_net> wrote:
> > As I mentioned before, I am in the process of
> > opening up my own pet
> > store. I am looking for information on a multi-tank
> > filtration system.
> > At home, I have several tanks, but run a seperate
> > filter on each. In the
> > store this won't be practical. If anyone can provide
> > some guidance or
> > links to websites where I can get information on the
> > different types of
> > systems I could use, I would appreciate it. Please
> > feel free to respond
> > off-list.
> > Thanks.
> > Ty
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