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Re: NFC: Multi-Tank Filtration Question

Actually I know the guy that owns the company that makes these. They are alright,
but I don't care for them. They start around $1700. He has been trying to push
some on me, but they aren't what I am looking for. Thanks for the tip though!


PrplShark at aol_com wrote:

> Depending on your finances, there is a Plexiglas system that a lot of
> petstores are using. It is about 4 feet long, and 6 feet tall and 2 feet wide
> and houses quite a lot of fish for its size. It has 4 to 6 small compartments
> per level with 3 levels with 2 20 gallon compartments on the bottom. It is a
> pump ran system into a sump, inwhich this can be modified to what your needs
> are. Mostly I've seen them as a wet-dry system and housing freshwater, marine
> and reef.
>  I have personally setup quite a few of these systems and they are simple to
> operate. Anything can be added to the sump for filtration, or in line before
> being gravity fed through the system.
>   A few of these systems, or more, and a small run of aquariums usually are
> sufficient for a small poetaster. You will not have to deal with making a
> system, unless of course, you want to. It is also a time saver, for you can
> have your systems up and running in a shorter time.
> Hope this helps!
>                                                                      Victor
>                                                          Prplshark at aol_com