PROPAGATION!! oh yes!

calvin

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hey all
so stoked to inform you that im on track with my propagation setup!:slayer: an it should be running within two weeks

here is a list of some of the goodies iv got and will be recieving in the next week

3 x propagation tanks measurind 150cm x 90 x 25 with c3c eurobracing and 2 32mm drilled overflows

3 x galvanised stands

3 x lumanarc 250w metal hailide pendants with SE 14k bulbs

1 x KR 140 kalkwasser reactor

1 x saga level controller

1 x rio hyperflow pump HF20

digital timer

egg crate

80 kilos of great fiji rock

1 x huuuge bouble becket protein skimmer

and around 40 pieces of sps coral

big thanks to Andrew (eco-aquatics )

so what do guys think?

cool people

Calvin
 

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impressive Calvin, i love the idea.

OK you know you need to post pics or I am setting Tom on you :lol:
 

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next week dude when everything arrives and is in place
 

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Wow Calvin, really glad to see you're up and running with this, look forward to seeing the results.
 

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thanks dean! you must break down and come take a look some time!
 

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i got it dude! but cant really see much lol
 

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Calvin, is the width or the height of those tanks 90cm?
You seem determined to get into the propogation thing full time, and I commend you for it.
Is ur prop setup indoors or outdoors?
Do you have a ca reactor?
 

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irie ithe height is 25cm and width 90cm
the propagation setup is indoord for now and hopefully next year ill do a tunnel!
 

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Nice dimensions. From an economical point of view I would consider using t5's instead of halides. But seeing you have them already, just be very careful with having the lights too low. (obviously amy cost savings should be filtered down to us, your future customers)
 

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With that amount of sps heading ur way, you should really consider getting a calcium reactor.
 

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i will get a carx at some stage but iv spoken to andrew about usind a kalk reactor and its all he is running on his system wich is pretty stocked
 

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