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Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - small update

Postby Macca_75 » Wed 07 Dec, 2011 8:52 am

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Macca's 8x2x2 in wall spec's

Postby Macca_75 » Wed 07 Dec, 2011 8:52 am

Introduction:
Hi All,

I've been into reef keeping for 10yrs + now. Seems like forever. My first (marine) tank was a 8x2x2 and the glass box you see here is only my second. I had to replace my first as I had an issue with 1 of the silicone joins.

System Objectives: Mixed reef with movement from plenty of soft corals and colorful fish. Love my Tangs and might even get a school of Anthias

System Type: Mixed Reef, mainly softies with a few LPS eventually

Display System:

Strike up Date: Technically the tank was put into the wall 17/3/2012

Display Tank: 8x2x2.

Display Lighting: 2 x 250W MH, 15,000K AMD SE bulbs (10 hours/day). Fishbowl Moonlight system. (24x7)

Stand: Custom made in wall. Frame built from 4x2 Structual Pine.

Hood: Nil.

Sump: Return - 410 (W) x 490 (D) x 400 (H) (approx 80 litres)

Refugium: Refugium Specifications if applicable. To be re-designed

Refugium Lighting: Lighting specifications. To be re-designed


Support systems:

System Water: Natural Salt Water

Display Water circulation: 4 x Tunze 6105 running 24v giving approx 48,000 when all run full (or 48 x turn over). Currently run between 70% - 100% alternating on 7096 controller.

Return Pump:Sump return pump. Laguna 11,000 LPH plumbed through a 25mm return. Returning around 8000LPH

Skimmer: Reef Octopus 3000, to be changed over to a Tunze 9410 or Tunze 9420 hopefully.

Evaporation Top Up:Tunze ATO.


Chemical Support:

Randys Receipe #1

Marine Magic Dosing pump

Calcium Addition: Damprid (Manual)

Alkilinity Addition: Baking Soda (Manual)

Magnesium Addition: Espon Salts (Manual)

Target Water Chemistry:
Nitrates:Unknown - never checked.
Phosphates:0.04 via TLF Phosban 550 running RowaPhos (Hanna Meter)
Alkalinity:9 dkH
Calcium:410 ppm (Hanna Meter)
Salinity / Specific Gravity: 1.025 (Refractometer)
Magnesuim: 1200 ppm (Salifert Test Kit)

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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - In the begining

Postby Macca_75 » Wed 07 Dec, 2011 8:52 am

A mate is helping to build the wall after hours. Hopefully it will be steady progress as it needs to be in, finished and the tank moved by Xmas.

A Blank Canvas (3/12/11)
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(7/12/11) - Small update - the wall is started
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Coming soon...

Postby axela » Thu 15 Dec, 2011 6:57 pm

This is going to look amazing,

silly question,how are you going to get behind there though?
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Taking shape

Postby Macca_75 » Fri 16 Dec, 2011 9:54 am

Pics from 13/12/11
Front all plastered up.
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And the Stand is started (from the left, then the right)
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And we'll need a door in here for access
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I've also roughed in the wiring for power and lights.

Don't think I'll have it in by Xmas though :-(
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - We have access

Postby Macca_75 » Sat 17 Dec, 2011 11:00 pm

And pics from Today's work (17/12/11)

The walls have all been lined with insulation and then tile underlay on top. This will be coated with a few coats of paint.
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And from the front (the 2 boxes are really like in built shelves). Room for the new TV in the centre (you can see the outline of where it will go if you look really, really closely). The shelves also have hidden duct to the lower white box behind the TV for connecting Wii, etc). Each shelf will have 1 x 240v outlet and 1 x CAT6 patch point. TV also has CAT5 run to it. Using the inbuilt wireless struggles when streaming full HD movies.....
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And we have access now (the door will be replaced with a custom made door to suit the rest of the doors in the house, but for Xmas it's a $22 special. Also had to have a slightly different door handle so I could get one with a lock to keep the little people out). I'll also need to fix the mounting for the light switch first thing tomorrow.
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And last but not least, the base of the tank stand extends past the tank. Thought here is I can run the sump out the end if I want to allow for a large (internal) skimmer or place a large external one - for now my RO 3000 will fit nicely.
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Still so much to do....
- Sand the patching on the front
- Undercoat to seal the plasterboard in the front
- wallpaper the front
- Add arc's and skirts
- A couple of coats of the tank stand
- Install bathroom extraction fan or 2
- Get all the power hooked up
- the list goes on.....

Hopefully by Xmas the front will be completed (except skirts around where I nede to slide the tank in)
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Coming soon...

Postby bad_inferno » Wed 21 Dec, 2011 9:31 pm

You ended up with a reasonable amount of room behind the tank, should be functional. I really like the idea of the sump protruding past the end of the tank. Even if you don't use a tall skimmer it will make maintenance a lot easier in that section of the sump.
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Coming soon...

Postby Macca_75 » Thu 22 Dec, 2011 12:34 am

Small update.

Just finished hanging the wallpaper. Forgive the colors of the photo - it's point and shoot time. Nothing better this time of morning...

Anyway - 22/12/11
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I don't expect I'll get much done inside the tank room before Xmas however I want to have it finished and the tank moved back in (albehit without the fish) before the New Year.
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Outside nearly finished

Postby blags » Thu 22 Dec, 2011 11:28 am

Looks like it is coming along nicely :clap: :clap: :clap:
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Outside nearly finished

Postby Thommo01 » Thu 22 Dec, 2011 11:34 pm

This is looking great. :clap: Deffinitly along for the ride. :nod:
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Outside nearly finished

Postby Macca_75 » Sat 24 Dec, 2011 4:09 pm

And the TV is in, working and the Wii is connected for Xmas eve. :nod:

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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Outside finished in time for Xma

Postby Macca_75 » Thu 26 Jan, 2012 9:06 am

Small steps.

I managed to give every bit of exposed wood inside the tank room 2 coats of paint. So it went from
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to this (not really that exciting :-( )
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The shelf is also up and painted.

And yesterday I put the order in the the 3 sump sections. Due to the stand I need to make the sump in 3 pieces and plumb it together. Basically it will consist of

1 x Refugium. Approx 560(W) x 490(D) x 500(H)
1 x DSB Approx 390 (W) x 490(D) x 400(H)
1 x Return approx 400 (W) x 490(D) x 300(H)

These will all be fed by the return from the wier. The ref will flow into the DSB, which it turn flows into the return. All return water (including from the skimmer, "backup" from the wier and DSB will return via a section in the return which will have 3 x 4" filter socks.

It will make more sense when I have some pics to show.

Now I need to order the plumbing - not looking forward to that bill.
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Outside finished in time for Xma

Postby bad_inferno » Fri 27 Jan, 2012 11:28 pm

The wall went up so fast. Good to see your sump is on order, better do some planning whilst its getting built or it will be Easter by the time we move the tank :)

Bet you can't wait to get it into position now, its going to look fantastic. When do you pickup the sump ?
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Outside finished in time for Xma

Postby Macca_75 » Sat 28 Jan, 2012 10:55 am

Hey Rob,

I'll finalise the order for the plumbing and get it done Monday. I'll take a trip down and pick up the sumps either Mon or Tues. PLumbing should arrive around then.

It's only a matter of getting the manpower together then 1 weekend.

I've also decided to put a lot of the rock under the Gerni to remove excess algae and have been reading a few idea of aquascaping so I have an idea of what to do.

The plumbing design has changed a little from what we discussed (I've redeisnged it a few times over actually), but the same basic idea. I've also incorporated 3 (or 4) socks into the return section.

I'll keep the skimmer for now and dedicate funds to either a RA or ATO next I think.

Catch up soon.
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Outside finished in time for Xma

Postby Macca_75 » Mon 30 Jan, 2012 3:09 pm

All pipe and fittings order today (at least I hope thats all - the bill is getting exeee.)

And I'll have the valves ordered later today.

Hopefully pick up the sumps tomorrow and then start playing and getting the plumbing installed (at least what I can with no tank) during the week.
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Plumbing, Sumps and valves order

Postby Thommo01 » Mon 30 Jan, 2012 9:13 pm

:clap: cool. Always like plumbing pics.
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Plumbing, Sumps and valves order

Postby blags » Mon 30 Jan, 2012 9:28 pm

:withyou: we definately need pics
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Coming soon...

Postby pilonstar » Tue 31 Jan, 2012 6:19 pm

i love it! looks like smile face!! :D
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looking awesome!!!

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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Plumbing, Sumps and valves order

Postby Macca_75 » Wed 01 Feb, 2012 8:53 am

Rang before I picked up the sumps yesterday. They won't be ready until Fri/Sat at this stage so no new pics :-(

At least the plumbing and valves should arrive today or tomorrow - just a box full of plastic but a start none the less.
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Plumbing, Sumps and valves order

Postby Macca_75 » Fri 03 Feb, 2012 11:47 am

Well the valves are here at work waiting for me this morning - man they are huge.

Rang and the sumps still aren't ready - although they were "currently being made". Fingers crossed I can pick them up early next week.

Then I'll lay the plumbing out with the sumps, take a pic and get some feedback.
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Plumbing, Sumps and valves order

Postby KoNP » Sun 05 Feb, 2012 9:02 pm

Won't having the TV directly above the aquarium be massively problematic when it comes to actually watching it? It looks like a plasma and seeing as their screen is a pane of glass, they've got a real propensity for reflecting any lightsource near it. With the amount of light that tank is going to be pouring out, I'm wondering if you're going to find it's quite uncomfortable trying to watch the TV.
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Plumbing, Sumps and valves order

Postby terbit » Sun 05 Feb, 2012 9:16 pm

KoNP wrote:Won't having the TV directly above the aquarium be massively problematic when it comes to actually watching it? It looks like a plasma and seeing as their screen is a pane of glass, they've got a real propensity for reflecting any lightsource near it. With the amount of light that tank is going to be pouring out, I'm wondering if you're going to find it's quite uncomfortable trying to watch the TV.


????????? pretty sure the lights will be above the tank behind the wall you would assume no where near the tv.

It's looking great macca :thumbsup:
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Plumbing, Sumps and valves order

Postby Macca_75 » Mon 06 Feb, 2012 7:32 am

KoNP wrote:Won't having the TV directly above the aquarium be massively problematic when it comes to actually watching it? It looks like a plasma and seeing as their screen is a pane of glass, they've got a real propensity for reflecting any lightsource near it. With the amount of light that tank is going to be pouring out, I'm wondering if you're going to find it's quite uncomfortable trying to watch the TV.


That was a bit of an initial concern however

1) If I wanted to build a wall it needed to have a TV (not my order !!!)
2) The lights sources are from behind the wall. At worse I think it will be a completing light source. As this TV is only in the "sitting room" and not our main source of TV it won't be an issue. On the odd occasion that we do watch TV in there I* can always turn the lights off.

Cheers and thanks for looking.
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Plumbing, Sumps and valves order

Postby Macca_75 » Mon 06 Feb, 2012 7:33 am

terbit wrote:
KoNP wrote:Won't having the TV directly above the aquarium be massively problematic when it comes to actually watching it? It looks like a plasma and seeing as their screen is a pane of glass, they've got a real propensity for reflecting any lightsource near it. With the amount of light that tank is going to be pouring out, I'm wondering if you're going to find it's quite uncomfortable trying to watch the TV.


????????? pretty sure the lights will be above the tank behind the wall you would assume no where near the tv.

It's looking great macca :thumbsup:
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Spot on :clap:
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - Sumps have had their wet test

Postby Macca_75 » Sun 12 Feb, 2012 12:42 pm

Progress at last.

I picked up the sumps after the minor issue had been fixed last week.

Gave them a quick clean out and leak test.
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ALL GOOD !!!! :thumbsup:

I had to empty the return as I didn't have plumber tape so the seal for the cap in the bulkhead leaked - but I figure if there was a leak in the silicone seals it would have showed in the first 5 mins.

And while I was at it I noticed a few pieces of rock have started to become over infested with Algae - not sure what type if anyone can ID.

Anyway I figured I'd run a little experiment.

I hit the 2 pieces with the Gerni and went from
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to
(need to fix the broken links here)
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(Sorry about the reflections in the pic but the garage has a window I can't close off)

I will take another photo in a few weeks time and see what difference the blast has made in terms of

1) Coralline die off
2) Algae reappearing
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The hard work is over...

Postby Macca_75 » Fri 23 Mar, 2012 2:31 am

(Disclaimer - I need to add some better photo's and will once I get time)

Firstly a massive thanks to everyone who helped. I couldn't have done it without their help !!!

The tank is finally back in the house !!!!!

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The move seemed to go well, although I was so focused on the task at hand I forgot to take pictures along the way :konk:

Anyway, it went from something like

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to

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Started to prepare the holding tubs, empty the stock, empty the fish, corals, rock, (save what clean water we could) and sand bed at 7am. The tank was empty by around 10:30am

Next we moved the tank, removed the plumbing and rescued what parts I could re-use.

We cleaned the inside of the tank (why not take the opportunity) and prepared to move it back inside.

Moved the tank in and slotted it into the wall - this went a lot smoother than I anticipated. There was a gap of around 10mm each side and it went straight in. Once in we notice 1 corner of the stand was approx a few mm out although the tank was level - inserted a shimmy under the foam and presto - the tank is level and all the foam had weight on it. :clap:

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Next all my helpers did an ace job on scaping the base layer of rock into the tank, followed by the sand bed and then the remainder of the rock (I bury some rock to add stability to the structure so sand sifters and alike can't shift the structure by burying under it).

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We tipped what water we had saved and filled the rest from the storage tanks below - this was completed by about 2:30pm.

I finished the plumbing at about 6pm and had to take a break. Got back into it and transferred the fish and corals. I gave the system a test run at about 8pm. 2 issues - 1 major and 1 minor.

The temp seems to be running nicely around the 25/26 mark even with the lights on although I have been running a fan in the room as I have now discovered I don't have enough (any) ventilation. Until the sparky comes this week I guess it will be door open and fan on.

The minor - small leak from the isolation ball valve to the skimmer - I think it may have some crud in the actual valve. Thank god for double union ball valves.

The major- it seems my 3rd sump (the return sump) doesn't have enough volume to run - basically it runs dry. I have fixed this by moving the second largest sump there – it now has enough volume to run and handle a power out.

More luck than skill I managed to get the drain/backup tuned almost perfectly.

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I have basically run the tank for 6 days now without a skimmer and am getting a bit nervous. I have since completed a 30% water change just in case of any ammonia spikes - all fish and coral seem to be OK. I will do another on the weekend, making it a total of 60% in 7 days. At least the plumbing is all in and with the exception of the small leak everything seems fine. I just want to run it for a few hours while I can keep an eye on it before I leave it to run overnight.

When giving it a test run I need to have a fair amount of water in the sump or else it sucks air

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Currently running with all 3 x 6105's (looks like I have blown yet another of the transformers) and a heater in the DT. :crossfingers: Hopefully everything will last until I can get the skimmer on.

Livestock transferred to tank (Happy to be correct on the scientific names)

1x Six line wrasse (Pseudocheilinus hexataenia)
1x Kliens butterfly (Chaetodon kleinii)
1x Orange Shoulder tang (Acanthurus olivaceus)
1x Foxface (Siganus vulpinus)
1x Scopas Tang (Zebrasoma scopas)
1x Yellow Tang (Zebrasoma flavesenes)
1x Chromis (Chromis viridis)
Pyjama Cardinal (easily the oldest fish - I've had this one for 10yrs+) (Sphaeramia nematoptera)
Pair of Clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris) in their BTA

Tasks still to do
• Pull valve to skimmer apart to see why it is leaking. It only leaks when the valve is open, and on the pressure side. Close it off (so there is pressure) and it stops – go figure. At the moment it only leaks into the sump so it’s not super urgent, but still needs to be fixed and/or replaced.
• Get ventilation fan installed.
• Hook TLF 550 up so i can run Rowaphos
• Think about how I could get a refugium under there – maybe the existing big sump will be OK. Maybe not.
• Tidy up power cables and get everything mounted and off the floor.
• Start adding some new stock (in a few weeks).
• Get powerhead/s rotating for a more true “Random” flow. I have programmed a PICAXE to control a Futaba s3003 servo. Works well in theory. All I need to do is mount it into a case and mount the servo onto the bracket and attached the pump.
• Get a second magnetic cleaner for cleaning front glass.
• Fix trimming to wall at the front of tank and paint.
• Think about some sort of backing instead of see through to wall. A few options here:
o Paint wall behind the tank
o Mount some painted 3mm MDF sheet to back of tank
o Sign writers Vinyl
o Do nothing (definitely the easiest) :thumbsup:

And way of in the future.
• Replace MH’s with LED’s to save a few $$$ on electricity
• Downsize skimmer.
• Get a Reef Angel or similar for online monitoring. Control of all equipment remains on separate components/controllers – 1 to monitor and a separate one to control. At least if something goes wrong with a controller I have a better chance of picking it up.
• Did I mention adding more stock.
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - It's in the wall !!!

Postby Byronredsea » Fri 23 Mar, 2012 8:29 am

What happened to all your photos ??
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - It's in the wall !!!

Postby Macca_75 » Fri 23 Mar, 2012 9:43 am

Byronredsea wrote:What happened to all your photos ??


Haven't had time to take thwm yet :-)

Justnput place holders there. Hopefully on the weekend

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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - It's in the wall !!!

Postby chromus » Fri 23 Mar, 2012 10:24 am

Slack IMO, don't make me post a poll for a ban for lack of pics :roflmao:
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Re: Macca's 8x2x2 in wall - It's in the wall !!!

Postby Byronredsea » Fri 23 Mar, 2012 12:59 pm

:stupid: insert pick :thumbsup:
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