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    Standard 250l SPS heavy Reef from İstanbul

    Hi All,
    I want to share here my Reef tank with you all. I have invested in Profilux a few months ago and i am very pleased with the peace of mind i have with the units and the ease of some daily tasks i had.




    Tank Details

    DT Size : 90x50x55(h) – ~ 250 lt
    Sump Size: 80x45x45(h)

    Illumination

    ATI Sunpower 6x39w T5
    Front to Back
    ATI Blue Plus
    ATI Aquablue Special
    ATI Purple Plus
    ATI Blue Plus
    ATI Blue Plus
    ATI Coral Plus

    Refugium Lamps
    3 x 10W T4 Kengo Lamps (6400K)

    Equipments
    Controller: GHL Profilux 3.1N With ExpansionBox (pH,Temp,Redox,Conductivity)
    Protein Skimmer: Bubble King Double Cone 180
    Return Pump: AquaBee 2000/1
    Circulation pumps: 3 x Tunze 6055, 1 x Tunze 6095 (Controlled by GHL)
    Heater: 300W Jager
    Chiller: GHL PropellerBreeze connected to Profilux.
    ATO: Tunze Osmolator (will switch to GHL in near future when i can afford it )
    Backup: 1.5KVA UPS for Profilux 3, 80Ah Battery for Tunzes
    Reactors: Fish Street Zeovit Reactor (Follow the Zeovit Method)

    Dosing
    Major Elements by DIY Balling Method without mineral salts. Salts used are pharmaceutical grade. GHL controlled dosing pump (Alk,Ca,Mg)

    Parameters
    pH 8,2 (GHL probe)
    sg 1026 (Milwaukee Digital Refractometer)
    Cond. 53 mS (GHL probe)
    KH 7,2 (Salifert)
    Ca 420 (Salifert)
    Mg 1290 (Salifert)
    NO3 0.2 ppm (Salifert)
    PO4 0.012 ppm (Hanna)
    K 390
    Temp 26.5 C (GHL Probe)
    Redox 350 Mv

    Feeding
    I feed the fish with a mix of pellets (NLS,Hikari,New Era)i home made seafood mix including various types of dried seaweeds.
    Target feed the LPS corals with very finely chopped seafood mix once a week.

    Livestock
    SPS Corals
    Acropora millepora - pink
    Acropora millepora - green
    Acropora millepora - purple
    Acropora hoeksemai
    Acropora sp. staghorn - green
    Acropora sp. staghorn - purple
    Acropora sp. staghorn - green - blue tips
    Acropora yongei
    Acropora sp - red dragon
    Acropora valida
    Acropora sp bonsai
    Acropora suharsonoi - yellow
    Acropora caroliniana
    Acropora loripes
    Montipora confusa
    Montipora capricornis - red
    Montipora capricornis - green
    Pocillopora damicornis - green
    Stylophora sp - purple
    Seriatopora hystrix - pink

    LPS & Soft Corals
    Acanthastrea lordhowensis- red
    Acanthastrea lordhowensis- red
    Acanthastrea lordhowensis - purple
    Fungia repanda
    Caulastrea furcata
    Euphyllia paradivisa
    Ricordea florida (Various colors)
    Ricordea yuma (Orange Green)
    Zoanhids (Various colors)

    Fish
    Yellow Tang
    Powder Blue Tang
    Lyretail Anthias
    Red Firegoby
    Purple Firegoby
    Melanurus wrasse (m & f)
    Percula Anemonefish (m & f)
    Yellow watchman goby
    3 x Green chromis
    Pixy Hawkfish

    Inverts
    2 x Blood Red Fire Shrimp
    4 x Scarlet Reef Hermits
    20-30 Astrea snails (Bred in my tank)
    Harlequin Shrimp
    Sandsifter starfish
    Several Nassarius snails
    Several Conche snails

    A Video of the Tank:


    Few more Pictures:





    You can find my build thread here.

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    Thanks for sharing these great pictures with us!

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    Spectacular tank. For all of us to aspire to.
    Thanks for showing us.

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    Thanks alot. I am seriously considering mitras over the tank. However the t5 gang (my friends) wont let me.

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    Zitat Zitat von tyuksel76 Beitrag anzeigen
    Thanks alot. I am seriously considering mitras over the tank. However the t5 gang (my friends) wont let me.

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    I probably will.. my only concern is due to rock placement some corals will not get enough light or will have hard shadows.

    I am planning to upgrade the tank next summer so it might be a good test bed till then to try mitras.

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    Hello Matthias

    I have ordered one mitras 6200 unit which i will get in a coupke of weeks when i am in Germany. Do you think with my current aquascaping and coral growth its enough or would i need a second one?


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