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About mikeguerrero

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  • Birthday 03/24/1970

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  1. Red headed goby is priceless and a great addition to a 4.2 gallon system!
  2. Kat, I am making this 2 gallon cold water into PINK!
  3. So, clean! I love your build! Wait till you see what I have in my magic hat for a build, all I can say is that it's going to be pink!
  4. Thanks for the bounce for my small business. The media basket has a little extra than most others, first I use 1/4 inch or 3/16 cast acrylic and the plates are always 1/4 inch for stability. Mine comes designed to work with my back filtration system which are designed and fabricated by me. Let me explain, I discovered through research that each tier has a different function for flow. I have made my design media baskets to slow down in the middle chamber giving more contact time with resins then other systems. I ran the test and found that contact times in this particular zone will benefit better from a slower rate as with when you run a refuge or a UV light, flow is paramount. So, if you look carefully at my media basket for the 24 gallon you will see greater drains in tier one and tier two, tier three is designed for a slower flow rate, it's the small stuff like this that places Micro-Reefs LLC ahead of others that mass market their systems in the greater glory of capital. I am very small, just one modern day Gepeto doing all systems by hand. JM2C
  5. I need to know which one you want to place me against, so I can properly attempt to give you an objective reply.
  6. Our largest to date AIO system is now up for sell on our site! Click link below http://micro-reefs.com/store/p89/Micro-Reefs_24_Gallon_AIO_%28Euro-Brace%29.html
  7. Very nice start and I like the variation of color.
  8. Remember its all about gradual change in temps, no shock. So, what does that mean? Any sudden change from hot to cold or vice versa will affect your inhabitants adversely to possible death. Gradual swings in very long successions are best and acceptable in this hobby, unless you have specific corals like SPS then it's different, you want to stay consistent as possible.
  9. Red, White and Blue and I see Micro-Reefs is blue...
  10. This is a good post for Josh or Stu from COLD WATER MARINE AQUATICS to chime and give us directions.....
  11. I want to create a bookshelf tier add on for the 7.2 to allow you to place cold water corals and critters above the ground floor to take advantage of the limited space. This piece would be supported by two black legs and two clear legs that would blend in the background and foreground, simple to place and simple to remove.
  12. She will convince you, it's going to be a growing fad that I hope many will enjoy. Just enjoy a small slice of the PACIFIC OCEAN with our 2 gallon horizontal or vertical series Micro-Reefs system! Both are in stock and will ship out on order!
  13. The cold water family is growing,,,,, check out my site..... A family of coolness all running at 55 F degrees.... Your pick; 7.2, 4.8 or 2 gallons... All run silent with no compressor based noise, easily run it in your room and just run the magic behind the scenes in our hidden base is the chillers....
  14. That is amazing on the 2 year Mark in an really proud of your husbadry or should ibsay wifeasbry. I also kept the Catalina goby at 55 f degrees in my original 2 gallon system 2 years ago was my anniversary of having shared that tank on Facebook. Amazing you own such a rare system only seen in public aquariums. I salute you Tam..... quote name="Tamberav" post="5358896" timestamp="1467850322"] I run it at 55. I got some more livestock arriving tomorrow The tank just hit its 2 year old birthday
  15. It's amazing how these little guys like to pose for photos! Also how cold do you run the tank? I am in testing with another 7.2 system with two probes for a customers in Michigan! I am working on his tank hitting 55F degrees of COOLNESS!