Shane's tank progress

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Hi guys,
Just a few pics to show my slow progress i have made.

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Sorry for the large pics please can the moderators help tthe re-arange the pics or something.I am still deciding if I should remove the t piece from the centre of the return piping and replace it with a SCWD.I am not sure if the SCWD can handle the 6500 l/hour pump used for return.
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The blue lights that are visible in the last picture are going to be the moonlights.I am still undecided if 2 lights are to bright or do I only need 1.
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Sorry for the large pics please can the moderators help tthe re-arange the pics or something.
Sorted, hope they all there.
 
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Hey guys,
Thanks for the replies and thanks Alan for arranging my pictures,looks great. as I said before I am deciding on weather to remove the T piece and replace it with a SCWD or leave it as is.Another thing I have to decide on is what to do about a siphon break, because if the power goes off then the tank will drain out to the return pipes, which are quite deep into the tank. Any ideas please help.
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Thanks guys,
Hey jacquesb I suppose this is what happens when you take a looong time to setup a tank,trust me I would rather have water in the tank than nice looking plumbing. Thanks for the compliment.Does anyone know what the maw flow the SCWD can handle and what to do about a siphon break.I dont what the tank to drain if eskom decides to load shed us again.My last system I had a 6 mm air line tube glued into the last elbow and it would drain water into the tank while the return pump ran but would suck air in when power went off.
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