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jem

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  1. Upz Sent from my SM-N986B using Tapatalk
  2. About 27KG of dried rocks. Nice shapes and sizes. $150 for all. Self collect at CCK Sent from my SM-N986B using Tapatalk
  3. Finished my scape. Selling the leftover of 12kg in total (pic only show top layer, there are more rocks below) Self collect at choa chu kang Sent from my SM-N986B using Tapatalk
  4. Tonga rocks sold. Nice size and shape dry rocks still avail Sent from my SM-N986B using Tapatalk
  5. Selling one blue barrell drum full of dead rocks. Weigh about 20 to 25kg. Seperate Tonga rocks from coral farm also for sale. Did not manage to weigh as still in tank. Self collect at CCK Sent from my SM-N986B using Tapatalk
  6. Tank seated and equipment placed to visualize the piping
  7. yups! aluminium prestech coated black!
  8. Good to be back after a long hiatus! Following along your tank thread closely too. We really do struggle with "real estate" but Singaporeans make the best out of what we have! Haha
  9. Figured that I have an extra space at the right of my tank and decided to add in another tank on the right. Can be used for frags or dedicated species only. RMS did a detailed drawing of the tank built. Can tell from the drawing that they put pride in their work.
  10. @Reefhappy thought about the same algae issue as well. Yes, need to put in more elbow grease to maintain the tank.
  11. Yay! another balcony reefer! haha. Tank is looking seriously dope! thanks for the inspiration.
  12. After rounds of talks and enquiring with various LFSs. Decided to settle and entrust my project to ReefMarketSG as they are able to oversee the full tank setup (tank built, piping, equipment, compressor, planning, scheduling and coordinating) My project was no easy task as there are many obstacles and factors to consider when building the tank on the balcony. Renovation was already done by the ex-owner of the property, unable to run compressor piping to the service yard. Specific and accurate measurements were required due to the sizing of the balcony Professional Engineers and MCST approval are needed to measure the weight load of the tank sited on the balcony. Balcony is one step lower than the living room floor, require measurements to ensure accessibility of the sump and its equipment Balcony power point have to be calculated to be able to handle the electric load of the equipment Gotten the keys to my unit earlier this April, ReefMarketSG immediately arranged their representatives to take on-site measurements and plan out my tank. We settled on a 600L tank with the dimensions of 4 x 2.5 x 1.8. Was provided with a mock drawing to visualize the placement of the tank.
  13. Decommissioned my previous pride and joy a year ago as I was planning on shifting residence. Signed on the dotted lines early this year to purchase my new home and started planning on my tank setup. Decided to locate my tank in the balcony and started sourcing LFSs to take on my project. Did a rough mock up drawing of the tank
  14. Smells like something is brewing!!!
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