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As you can see I’m quite a scoly lover... this is another nice piece I like. Hope some of you would find it pretty as well. Realised scolies are no longer as in demand these days but I hope more wou

A random tank shot I took on my phone back in Feb, just before lights off and when most of the torches were still around. Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app

Here’s the centerpiece of my reef tank: my rainbow crush chalice colony Sent from Singapore Reef Club mobile app

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Cool, can @reefsg pay u a visit? Hahaha

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Home Tank

 

Tank Size: 5 x 2 x 2¼ (Divider - 3 Sided Crystal Panels)

Sump Size: 4½ x 1½ x 10"

Return Pump: Jebao DC-6000 DC Pump & Jebao DC-12000 DC Pump

Lighting: 6x80W Ati Dimmable Sunpower
Wavemaker: Jebao RW20 & RW15
Skimmer: Skimz E-Series SM251
Reactors: NM122 (Nitrate) & FM100 (Fluidized)
Chiller: 1 HP Daikin Compressor Drop in Titanium Coil
Sand: 100kg CaribSea Arag Alive Bimini Pink

Rocks: 47kg

Filter Media: Bio Balls, Coral Chips & Bio Home & Marine Pure Block

 


 

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Your coral colours are out of this world. And within such a short time too. 
Master-class reefer!


Technology makes reefing easier compared to the past. Good cameras, reefing equipments, additives etc.

I’m still learning from many reefers here. Hardly a master, only an enthusiast.

Many hidden dragons in Sg.


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Sure bro, does that mean u will help me take some pictures as well?! emoji14.png


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Haha yea. That’s e whole idea. Interested in ur setup, pipe work, controller panels etc! Contact me at97606747 

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Home Tank

 

Tank Size: 5 x 2 x 2¼ (Divider - 3 Sided Crystal Panels)

Sump Size: 4½ x 1½ x 10"

Return Pump: Jebao DC-6000 DC Pump & Jebao DC-12000 DC Pump

Lighting: 6x80W Ati Dimmable Sunpower
Wavemaker: Jebao RW20 & RW15
Skimmer: Skimz E-Series SM251
Reactors: NM122 (Nitrate) & FM100 (Fluidized)
Chiller: 1 HP Daikin Compressor Drop in Titanium Coil
Sand: 100kg CaribSea Arag Alive Bimini Pink

Rocks: 47kg

Filter Media: Bio Balls, Coral Chips & Bio Home & Marine Pure Block

 


 

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New updates:

Bought a dosing pump to deal with replenishment of the big three elements a few weeks ago, but didn't have the time to hook it up to use till now. Partly, it was because I had challenges finding a suitable dosing container for the dosing.

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After going around several places to find a container that would fit my requirements and with the highest available capacity, I finally got this from lifestyle store Muji. It looks really sleek and I love it. Each container will be able to hold 1.8litres of solution.

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Got my local lfs to help me with drilling a hole in the middle of the cover to modify and have this adapter and acrylic tube to be in the container. I really like how it looks.

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This dosing pump will be controlled via wifi on the smartphone. I also like how its signature will be so small compared to the previous model.


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Wow the dozing pump is really compact! Is this a newer model after the kamoer x4?

you mentioned that you can control the dosing pump via WiFi, meaning that you can remotely control it when you are outside, ie. Traveling overseas?

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20 hours ago, nuclear_fibre said:

New updates:

Bought a dosing pump to deal with replenishment of the big three elements a few weeks ago, but didn't have the time to hook it up to use till now. Partly, it was because I had challenges finding a suitable dosing container for the dosing.

IMG_0125.JPG

IMG_0126.JPG

After going around several places to find a container that would fit my requirements and with the highest available capacity, I finally got this from lifestyle store Muji. It looks really sleek and I love it. Each container will be able to hold 1.8litres of solution.

IMG_0128.JPG

IMG_0129.JPG

IMG_0130.JPG

Got my local lfs to help me with drilling a hole in the middle of the cover to modify and have this adapter and acrylic tube to be in the container. I really like how it looks. emoji7.png

IMG_0131.JPG

IMG_0133.JPG

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This dosing pump will be controlled via wifi on the smartphone. I also like how its signature will be so small compared to the previous model. emoji4.png


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These are so neat emoji7.png

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Welcome back!

Beautiful setup and wonderful collection there!


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My little ocean
Mix Reef-Main tank 30 inches Length x 32 inches Width x 18 inches Height
2 X Skim DC return pump
Aquabee 2000 chiller feeder

Hailea 1/2 Chiller
1 X Tunze nano wavebox

2 X EcoTech Marine Vortech MP10W
Deltec skimmer - Internal
Lumenarc 400watt 12K Reeflux

8 X T5 ATI Powermodule
Prolifux control with external touchscreen display
Refugium keeping chaeto

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Wow the dozing pump is really compact! Is this a newer model after the kamoer x4?
you mentioned that you can control the dosing pump via WiFi, meaning that you can remotely control it when you are outside, ie. Traveling overseas?


Hi there! Yes it is the Kamoer F4 and it can be controlled via wifi module apparently. I'm not sure if I can do control overseas but all instructions are done through the kamoer dosing pump app on my iphone at the moment while I'm at home. Hope it helps!


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Had an old time reefer friend visit me today. It was great catching up with him and finding out more about this great hobby.

The best part of it was that he brought these stickers for me knowing that I wanted them! I'm so lucky to have cool friends! Thanks bro u know who u r

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(Okay pls don't b mistaken the cap is mine )


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