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  1. FOWLR tanks may not need as much lighting horsepower as that of a full blown reef tank. However, you still want enough to grow macroalgae in the form of coralline algae, whose growth will be very dependent on the light sources used. You won't need much power, 75 PAR should suffice. As such some T5 lights would suffice. Depending on depth of rockscape I would recommend a four tube set up well spaced (2x2) mounted at 10 to 12 inches off the water. A mix of ATI blue plus and Coral Plus bulbs should give a good spectrum and aesthetic, as well as bringing out the colours of the fish. Equivalent
  2. Both RODI and distilled water are fine. Most long term reefers go with RODI as it removes all the impurities in the water from chemicals, to the heavy metals (even the odd radioactive isotope). The reason RODI is preferred is due to long term cost associated with other clean water sources. (If your tank is small then it may be ok to just get distilled). I would NOT go with tap water in a reef tank, even with the chemical agents used to treat the water it holds on to too many impurities which will build up in your system. Hope that helps. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  3. Great tank. So what is your secret to sucess?? Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  4. Really nice rock structures. Should allow for plenty of flow and small foot print. Is there enough real estate for your amazing and vast collection? Haha Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  5. That is sooo awesome. That Clam is clearly enjoying his/her time in your tank. What type of clam is that? Certainly an ultra of some sort. I have created a little space in my tank for a few clams, hope I can find something as lovely as that. Great job Sister as always your tank in inspirational. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  6. Tank still looks good. Love the little dart fish. Something different. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  7. Be proud. That is a awesome tank. Well done. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  8. Depends what you are keeping, and your reefing goals, budget and to lessor degree tank size. I have an Aquaticlife T5 hybrid on my 4ftx3ft tank. I needed a good spread so went with this fixture. I run 3xATI blue plus and 1xActinic, I also have 3x Radion XR15 gen 4 pros with diffusers. Basically I have loads of horsepower (par) which I can control, and I have really good spread. Limited hot spots. Kessil A360X or AI hydra, or Prime and the orphek Atlantik v4 (#drool) were also on my radar when setting up the tank. The reason I personally went with the Radion xr15 was 1. It is a known qu
  9. Really Lovely. Thanks for sharing. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  10. Looking great. So what is it you will be working on? Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
  11. Had the pleasure of seeing this tank first hand last week, I must say that it is even better than the pictures! Awesome build. Thank you for taking the time to show me your tank. Fully inspired!! Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app
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