As long as any fittings in the bath (like the plug hole etc) were sealed to prevent rusting, then why not, but for the price of the glass you could build a shallow fish tank (no more than 200mm deep) quite cheaply out of 6mm glass.hi,
heres a quick Q, suppose wanted to keep corals not for viewing, for frags etc, how would an acrylic bath do? like a jacuzzi or normal bath.
given that all other equipment would be the same?
Use a marine ply type wood for the base - we use WBP (water and boil proof) plywood, it doesn't swell and expand like pine - also for peace of mind, go to 40mm angle iron.thanks dude, link to your tank?
going to use inch think pine for the bases of tanks, with polystyrene.
stands will be 45cm high, less metal, and safer less gravity drag, 25mm angle iron
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