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  1. up $30 for both together Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  2. haha.. thanks! wanted to gain as much exposure as I can while enjoying the details at the finest. a part of me enjoys doing stuff like these. I’ll be using check valves for sure.. haha. anyways, i really like how u built ur tank! been following it for awhile [emoji1303][emoji23] Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  3. It's about the water level of the sump. Your vent hole on the return pipe or check valves will prevent excessive back siphon. However, any water higher than the overflow will be emptied into the sump Usually, most sump design have return pump and/or skimmer chamber set at a lower level. This is will allow more buffer volume for those water to be contained. Based on your design, it's not an issue if you fill the dt and sump in a correct order. But I would prefer a bit more safety margin.
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  4. 3 ft iOS redsea reefmax tank -$150 90cm x 45 cm x 45 cm Front curved edge stand ( mint condition ) - $100 Tank + Stand - $ 200 Tank + stand + light - $280 San rise light ( multi colour ) -$100 ( 4 burnt light bulb ) Kindly pm me thanks Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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  5. oh typo, i mean the return pipe, by right the return is combine with the downflow isnt it? It seems you replace it altogether? original better to the buyer know that modification was made.
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  6. Amazing zoas u got there‼️
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  7. $120 Self collect at CCK
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  8. Thank bro Previously I used RO water but it was too much hassle. For small coral tank I'll go for ro but large fowlr tank I won't go for ro. My sump tank is rather small, 3ft x 2.5ft which was a freshwater tank previously. Has a skimmer octo 150c, uv light (auto on 12hrs per day, media, coral chip etc. I kept eel before but when you want to catch it out when it's eating your fish, you will surely cry or remove all your live rock out of it and cry the **** out of your lung. Just bear in mind, any fish you want to keep also can, but they must be compatible with each other (etc some a
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