Reefinny 400 gallon grow out build

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So a lot of you have seen my system and I have always wanted to do a stand alone system. So after 6 months of planning and acquiring equipment for it I am ready to start. I will be pushing just shy of 400 gallons! I will be emptying the 80 gallon DB and the 93 cube.

It will consist of 2 tanks
#1 96 x 30 x 12
#2 72 x 30 x 15

Custom Sump
60 x 24 x 18

Return pumps
Tanks - each tank will get a Varios 8
Accessories will be ran on a Varios 6

Wave makers
(4) Octo pulse 4 on each

Lighting
Tank 1
(4) Reef Brite Halides 250w
(4) Reef Brite XHO

Tank 2
(1) ATI 60" 8 Bulb T5
(2) Reefbrite 60" XHO

Skimmer
Bubble king ext 250

Calcium reactor
Reef Octopus CR220
Carbon doser regulator

Reactors
Vertex





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Got the stands mostly assembled. Will also have 2 supports in rear and may need one in front. Hoping not to.

Also doing a 3/4 plywood top.
 
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Awesome Mike !

Good luck wit the new build :)
Thank you Marek! One day I will get upstairs done! Having this will allow me to do upstairs right though.

Once I get the 80 Frag out I am putting either a 180 or 150L where that is. Fish only. There are a few beauties I have always wanted but are not reef safe.

That will give me about 500 gallons in one system and 400 in the other.



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Looking good mike!!! Last time I was there you were talking about this build!!
I?m building a big system in my basement like you and I was wondering if you did anything special for air exchange? I don?t remember many windows down there correct me if I?m wrong.
Thanks Rich
 

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I actually have a exhaust fan that I put in and about to put a larger one in. As far as fresh air in other than fresh air lines to the skimmer I am looking to put a vent fan in for fresh air.
 

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Popped in some rear support pieces. Once I get the top plywood on I am sure will be fine. Gonna get some paint on them so it can cure before I lay the pad down on top.

Struggling with what to use. I have found 36 x 90 rolls and 36 x 25 rolls but the 25 is crazy expensive.
 

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