Would be sweet if you could have put some commercial MH recessed cans above the tank, but Im sure the t5 setup you have planned will look good as well, and probably have the added benefit of being easier on the wallet
Yeah... Cheaper in every way and should still do the job...
love it more and more:D
haha, i just noticed your sumps are plumbed the same way my LFS does its displays
I couldn't get a larger sump in there due to the supports, but I can certainly plumb them together!
Great build! I thought the clear PVC was slick, but the pipe hiding wall looks fantastic. I think it really helps frame the tank, and once finished will really tie in well with the rest of the room. Can't wait to see the tank wet!
Thanks! Stay tuned for an update.
Looking good now. Crazy power management, I'd be labeling those switches after you get it hooked up and wired. Getting close.
Yep, they will all be labeled as soon as I figure out where everything will be wired.
ud never have the i-have-to-unplug-everything-just-to-see-which-one-is-the-pump-for-the-turf-scrubber problem i have
LOL! Yeah, been there done that, never again.
Dude I wish I was still stationed at Fort Carson so that I could see your set up in person when its up and running. Truly a professional setup and a fantastic job you're doing. Can't wait to see it with water in it.
Wish you were too, we have a great club here now, and my door is always open to fell addicts.
great job!!! love the chase, good way to hide the pipe! what about using the clear pvc u bought to come out of the chase in to the tank...i think that would finish off the look, and be less noticeable. coming along great!! awesome!!
I'll be using the clear in the tank, but because I won't be able to remove the pipe to clean it it has to be white.
So here's what I did today, hope you guys enjoy... Can you say WET!!!
Under the stand:
I wrapped the ATO drum stand in left over PVC Sheet to give it a better look for you guys.
Fans are installed and running, these babies are silent!!! With 3 of them running full speed, the air flow from the furnace is louder!
The fans blow directly into the utility room:
Chase is finished, you can see how much it cuts off.
Here's the finished tank (except the lights)...
After 4 hours of RO/DI running: