I would increase the depth of the sand in the sump, and make some sort of lid to cover the sump compartment where the water flows into the sump - this will cut down on noise, and (more importantly) prevent salt creep caused by the spray/bubbles from messing up everything. Oh, and don't leave the hydrometer floating in the sump permanently, as it will become covered in algae and/or calcium deposit, which will affect it's accuracy.Any advice welcome......
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