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  1. Thanks bro Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Thanks for the suggestion. As the overflow area is transparent, if the water level reaches the emergency pipe level or higher than the usual, is indicated some minor clogging at the normal pipe and would need to do some maintenance before it flow down from the emergency pipe.[emoji1][emoji1][emoji1] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I got it from Taobao Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Updates on the progress with busy schedule after NSW deliver from Iwarna.
  5. By the way, silicone does not stick well even with minor oil or stain. You need to ensure the reglue area are free from oil etc Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Ok. One way which is tedious by drying up the overflow box and increase the water and see where and when the dry tissue placed in the overflow starts to get wet. If is from the bottom, which can start after certain pressure appear with water. When you see the tissue wet, take a dry and swipe along the vertical joint to see where it start to wet... If vertical joint is not wet, then is your bottom joint leak and you start seal that joint after drying out the tank. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Hi bro. The leak is seems to comes from your pipe joint. I think you should scrap away the glue at the joint and wipe with thinner to remove any glue residue. Also don’t use any rubber seal at the joint instead. Place the joint with glue at the base while tighten by turning the other piece only. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Hi bro. You can look for Kwang Lim Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. A snapshot of the aluminium extrusion on the font and back assemble to ensure the door size is able to fit into the frame.
  10. Hi Sherilyn. What pipe size do you use for your tank... My current is 32mm for overflow and return... I’m planning to reduce the new one to 25mm for overflow and 20mm for the return.. My tank size is 4 x1.8 x2. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. You can get it at a shop at the French Road area. Can’t remember the shop name... They sell all sorts of O rings Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Hi bro... There are few sources available... From SG : Aluminium profile : Prestech ( Ubi area ), Alutech ( Bedok area ), can customized to your design. Acrylic sheet : Dama Trading ( Ubi area ), Ying Kwang ( Boon Lay area ), Kings Material ( Kaki Bukit Area ) From Non-SG : Order from taobao, etc...
  13. Hi reefers... While slowing getting my new home key collection, also planning to setup a new tank at new place. The tank will be 4x2x1.8 ( not so deep ) for mixed reef. The cabinet will be using aluminum profile extrusion with acrylic for the cabinet wall ( easy maintenance, water resistant, variety of colors ) The display tank will be using 12mm~15mm glass with bracing on top and bottom. The top bracing is to prevent water splashing out although rimless is nice to have. The overflow will be on the side with bean animal setup. For roc
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