Finally installed my custom tank from Neptune's

Discussion in 'Neptune Aquatics' started by dfladermaus, Feb 9, 2017.

  1. scuzy

    scuzy Supporting Member

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    Well for one if there is any leak you going to dump slot of the low PH into your tank.


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  2. Flagg37

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    I just didn't think that unit could be submerged.
     
  3. Vhuang168

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    Unit is water tight. Pump is a reg Sicce pump. Unless it leaks, shouldn't be an issue


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  4. scuzy

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    Servicing that thing would be a pain


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  5. dfladermaus

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    I think you guys are worrying way too much for me. The access is not bad, my last tank was definitely worse and it was a traditional stand. One thing that isn't apparent from the picture is that the stand is about 42" tall.

    FYI - Any CaRx can be submerged...as long as you set it up correctly.
     
  6. xcaret

    xcaret Supporting Member

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    I think a pH probe/controller can take care of that; pH drops to x number, controller shuts off reactor; with all those new fancy gadgets, you will get an alert even up in the ISS if something goes wrong.
     

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