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Unread 11/01/2009, 08:04 AM   #1
edric
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500g SPS Tank ( Indonesia )

Hi guys,my name is edric from Indonesia. i started this hobby about 2 years ago. I was starting from 260g LPS tank . Around May 2009 i decided to build another 700g SPS system tank at home .The preparation took me about 5 months to build this tank.

These are the data :
Main Tank : 260 L x 100 W x 80 H cm (T 15mm )
Sump : 160 L x 90 W x 70 H cm (T 12mm )
Return Pump : Reeflo Hummerhead Gold
Circulation pump : Royal Exclusiv Red Dragon II Titanium Pump 170W
Skimmer : X-Treme Double Injector Becket System
Skimmer : Needle wheel 2xAquaBee 1200-1500L 8 x 31"
Denitrator : >2000L (8kg media) 8.00 OD & Pump 3000lph - w/Aquabee pump germany
Fluidizer : 2 pcs (Fluidizer Reactor ( excl pump) - 6.00"OD H16"(40cm) flowrate 1000 l/h
Calcium Reactor : Deltec PF 601S
Chiller : 2 hp
Ozonizer : Sander 100, controlled by Pinpoint ORP/REDOX
Piping : krylon BlackStone paint

Lighting :- MH SE 400w 20,000k (3 pcs) XM - Diamond Reflector
- Giesseman *T5 - AQUABLUE PLUS 54W ( 4 pcs)
T5 - ACTINIC PLUS 54W (4 pcs)
Reflector - Giesseman 4ft T5 (8 pcs)
Elbiru T5 Quicktronic eBallast - 2 x 54W (4 pcs)

Wavemaker : Tunze Turbelle Stream 4 x 6105 multicontroller 7095
Tunze Turbelle Stream 2 x 6205

Here are the set up pics :

Set up of Piping...



All the pipes are painted by Krylon Blackstone...



Set up of the RED Dragon pump for circulation in the main Tank... I drill 4 holes@1/2" at the bottom of the aquarium. I am using Loc-Line for SCWD Wavemaker for these water Flow.







Cleaning the Aquarium ...Starting to set up for LR and Sands













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Unread 11/01/2009, 08:10 AM   #2
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After setting up about 5 hours... it's time to fill the water.



SUMP...





The setting up of the Lighting...





Just finished filling the water...








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Unread 11/01/2009, 08:12 AM   #3
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After cycling the water for 1.5 month , i put Acro from Bali.







birdnest from Bali...









i hope i can maintain this tank and make it even more colourful & nicer in the future.Hope to learn more from you guys in RC.

i just check the parameter of the water ( 30 oct 2009 ) :

PH = 8.0
specific Gravity = 1.025
temp = 24 C
nitrate = 0.25
Phosphate = undetectable by Salifert
Alkalinity = 8 dkh
Calcium = 400 ppm
Magnesium = 1250ppm



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Unread 11/01/2009, 08:18 AM   #4
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Cantik benar !!!! very nice tank bro !!! anymore pictures????


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Unread 11/01/2009, 08:29 AM   #5
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Cantik benar !!!! very nice tank bro !!! anymore pictures????
these are the pictures i have got....later if any corals are coming again, i will post it.


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Unread 11/01/2009, 09:22 AM   #6
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Very nice Edric! You're lucky to live in Indonesia with all the reefs nearby! Keep us updated please.

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Unread 11/01/2009, 10:23 AM   #7
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Very nice Edric! You're lucky to live in Indonesia with all the reefs nearby! Keep us updated please.

Leonardo
Yes , i am lucky enough to live here ... the corals are easier and cheaper in here... i will update if there are new corals...


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Unread 11/01/2009, 10:37 AM   #8
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Nice setup, I really like your electrical board. Must be nice to live so close and have an instant reef....keep up the good work.


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Unread 11/01/2009, 10:50 AM   #9
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my jaw just dropped


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Unread 11/01/2009, 11:18 AM   #10
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awesome!!


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Unread 11/01/2009, 11:18 AM   #11
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Absolutely stunning! The glass is perfectly clean all the way around too which I really like.


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Unread 11/01/2009, 11:22 AM   #12
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Nice setup, I really like your electrical board. Must be nice to live so close and have an instant reef....keep up the good work.
Thanxs brian,
It's pretty convenience to live here , where most of the corals are coming from indonesia.


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Unread 11/01/2009, 11:24 AM   #13
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Absolutely stunning! The glass is perfectly clean all the way around too which I really like.
Thanxs Chihuahua


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Unread 11/01/2009, 11:26 AM   #14
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what anthias sp is that you have in your aquarium? beautiful stock by the way !


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Unread 11/01/2009, 01:29 PM   #15
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Beautiful vivid colors reef tank.


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Unread 11/01/2009, 09:04 PM   #16
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inspiration right here! mad as


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Unread 11/01/2009, 09:10 PM   #17
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dream tank


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Unread 11/01/2009, 09:58 PM   #18
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Very beautiful SPS coral, I wish I can get that such corals in Vietnam sea. Congratuallation!


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Unread 11/01/2009, 10:42 PM   #19
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Wow! Stunning for sure!


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Unread 11/01/2009, 11:18 PM   #20
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cakep banget bro.


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Unread 11/01/2009, 11:24 PM   #21
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Amazing tank! I love all those corals in the tank, they are all very colorful.


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Unread 11/02/2009, 01:52 AM   #22
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Wow... I'll be tagging along for sure!

Please don't take offense to me asking but I'm really curious as to what the typical cost of your coral heads cost there since they are mostly local species.


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Unread 11/02/2009, 02:06 AM   #23
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what anthias sp is that you have in your aquarium? beautiful stock by the way !
i am not quite sure about the exact name.i will find out & let you know


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Unread 11/02/2009, 02:07 AM   #24
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Very nice tank. I love your rockwork in the first couple of pics. Whats the stocking list?


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Unread 11/02/2009, 02:09 AM   #25
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Wow... I'll be tagging along for sure!

Please don't take offense to me asking but I'm really curious as to what the typical cost of your coral heads cost there since they are mostly local species.
Acro about USD 10 - 20. LPS are ranging from USD 3-20 .


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