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  1. So I started a build thread on another forum but after reading all you guys' threads I thought this might be a better place to journal this build. What's up guys?! I'm Daan from the netherlands. I've been into reefing for over 6 years. After starting a freshwater tank I stumbled upon BRS' youtubevideo's. I'm in love ever since. Due to some planned construction on the house for a bigger kitchen/dining room, and yes ofcourse a bigger tank, I recently sold my reefer 350.After that I changed jobs. With the new job came my own office. To keep my fingers salty and to stay in touch with the hobby, I bought a second-hand red sea max nano to set up as an office tank. Which, to be honest, kinda is a dream come true. The reason I went secondhand is to see if the set up is maintainable in a work-environment. The size allows me to drain the tank and take it home during holiday breaks. Equipment- All the equipment that came with the red sea max nano.- Old mp10 I had laying around.- Once the cycle is complete I'll invest in a ATO to keep stable parameters.- Once waterchanges can't keep stable ca/alk/mg I'm adding a doser and prob try all-for-reef by fauna marin.Stocking plans fish- Pair of bullethole snowflake clownfish once properly cycled.- When the tank is matured (1-2 years) I might add a small lawnmower blenny if I happen to need one, otherwise a fridmani or a royal gramma. I'd love a sixline-wrasse for pestcontrol but I'm afraid to take my chances with aggression in a tank this small.That'll probably be it. I want this tank to be as low maintainence as it can be for the types of corals I plan on keeping.Stocking plans coral- Mainly Zoa's and different kind of LPS like acan's and a couple of euphyllia's.- Maybe a green and purple monti-cap, if I trust the system can sustain them.- Due to the size-restriction I'm focusing more on finding some cool frags instead of trying to fill the tank out as quickly as I can.I'm going to keep filtration on this build simple and just stick to the basics:- 25-30% waterchanges each week, which is easy peasy in a 20 gallon.- red sea skimmer.- Cured dry rock.- 10 maxspect nano ceramic balls in the rear sump.Currently in week 1 of the cycle. I started it with a fresh shrimp, pulled it out after 3 days. I'm pretty much going to follow the BRS/WWC hybrid method and their 4-month cycle. Keeping the lights off 'till I know the tank has stabelized a bit. I'll be enjoying this view A LOT in the years to come. Cabinet is prob. going to be switched out by something a bit more my taste. Inherrited this one from a colleague. Have a piece of rock curing in bleach atm, gonna ad that to the top-right of the scape which is gonna give some verticallity to the whole thing. I'll share a FTS once it's in. If you made it trough this long ramble, thank you.. 🙂
  2. I’ve had quite a few saltwater tanks up to a 90 gallon with sump, lots of coral, auto water change system, apex, etc. The 90 gave me a on of problems with cyano, aiptasia outbreaks and the like. My cat also had a fun habit of chewing through RODI tubing and flooding my basement. Eventually he managed to spray RODI water on the electronics of the RODI which messed up the auto flushing system so I had to manually bypass that. It was mounted on the wall but that didn’t stop him. Finally, less than a year after a full tank reboot I had a massive cyano outbreak I couldn’t beat. Lost everything and shut down the tank. Haven’t sold anything that still works because I know I’ll start it up again or upgrade so it’s sitting there waiting to be dealt with. Started getting the bug again about a month ago but not wanting to deal with the 90 I started thinking about nanos. My first tank was an Aquino Evolve 8 and one of my favorites was a little 1.5 or 2.5 gallon tank. I’ve had a 5 gallon tank I was using for a betta sitting next to my bed empty for a while now so I thought why not. The tank is a little Current USA Solo 5 Gallon aquarium. It’s rimless and pretty nice. Threw in some dry rock, black sand from a friend, an aqua knight light I had laying around, cheap heater, and leftover in tank style filter then started cycling. I was using filtered seawater from Petco and distilled Walmart water to start out. I’ll figure out the RODI situation eventually but with a little tank it’s not as big of a deal. After a couple weeks I grabbed two zoa frags to test the waters. Got some slides for a Seneye reef I had laying around and hid it behind the rock. I also got a little power head to throw in the back and replace the filter for flow. Finally, I set up a Smart ATO Micro to keep things a little more stable, another tank leftover. Things were still doing pretty good at this point. Zoas were open and a little algae growing. Wish I had been taking pictures through the setup process but I didn’t think to. The next week I bought another little frag (Ricordea) and a tiny cleanup crew. This is when things started going downhill. I added the frag and cleanup crew consisting of 2 nassarius snails, 2 bumblebee snails, 4 stomatella, and an asters snail. Only problem was the LFS gave me two Cerith not two nassarius and I didn’t notice til I got home. The store is an hour away so I didn’t go back to switch them out. I was also stupid and picked up a sickly looking yellow clown goby they were selling cheap. He was eating and this will probably be a single fish tank so I gave it a shot. I worked In the tank and got things placed, did a water change, etc. That night things looked irritated but they usually do after messing around in the tank. I had also picked up a Mini Complete Tank I planned on bringing to work. I put some sand and live rock in and added a little hermit crab. I upgraded the heater to a 10 W betta heater on an inkbird temp controller. It’s a cool little tank. The next day day zoas were closed and angry, Ricordea did not look happy, and I found the yellow clown goby dead. Snails were not moving much. Ammonia was at 0. Tried waiting things out that day but they weren’t looking better. I thought maybe I had some bad distilled water. That evening I did a 100% water change with heated water and things were looking better for a bit. I transferred one zoa to the mini tank as that hadn’t any distilled water in it yet and monitored. I put hands in to tweak one more thing in the tank and things started looking annoyed again. That’s when I realized I had put some hand sanitizer near the tank and both times the tank looked annoyed I had put my hands in the tank after forgetting I had used the hand sanitizer. I normally only rinse with water before hands go in tank but I messed up. Checked the label on the hand sanitizer and it has moisturizers in it too so yeah. I didn’t have water for another full change so I put the filter back on with a new carbon filter pack and hoped. THe next day (two days ago), the tank looked a lot better. Zoas open again and snails moving around except the Ceriths which I think I am going to lose. Moved the zoas back from the mini and the hand sanitizer is now in a different room. Yesterday my my friend gave me a Monti frag and some really tiny clove polyps. Polyps are in the Mini and Monti in the main tank. Things look good except a couple zoa polyps that don’t wanna open. Switched to a tiny hang on filter with carbon to finish clearing out the water but it won’t be permanent. Considering an upgrade to an AI Hydra light eventually. I have an order for an Octolid for the tank and I hope to get my hands on a hammer soon if things stay stable. Euphyllia are probably my favorite coral and yellow clown gobies are one of my favorite fish. A YCG was also one of my first two fish. I’ve approached this tank much differently than I have other tanks in the past. Moving faster than I normally would for sure. I’ve been reading up on reef bowls and 100% water changes so I figured I’d try doing things differently. I would never start a large tank this way but I have a lot more control with this nano. Of course I never would have considered doing a 100% water change even on a nano in the past but I wanted to try this approach this time around. Hopefully I can remember to take pictures as things move forward. 2/12/2020 Mini Complete Tank
  3. Grimm_Medic

    G_M's 20 Gallon Nem Garden

    Hey everyone! Im new to this site and nanos in general and figured I would share my progress (hopefully) with you all. A little background about myself, I have been in the SW hobby for a little over five years now and currently have a 75 gallon mixed reef which is quickly becoming SPS dominate and a 40 gallon BTA tank. I have had my eye on the Waterbox AIO tanks for a while now and after seeing some of the builds on here I decided I needed to blow some money and get one for myself! 😉 This will be a new build from the ground up, but I will be moving the livestock from the 40 breeder into it once it has cycled. Equipment Waterbox 20 gallon cube AIO AI Prime HD Stock return pump (will upgrade to sicce down the road) Hydor nano powerhead ATO from 40 gallon Apex Jr from 40 gallon Getting this tread started a little late, but here are a few pictures to get started!....I may have forget to take pictures while I was building the cabinet. I placed an order for 25lbs of live rock from Tamp Bay Saltwater which I am really looking forward to getting. The supplied bioballs are marinating in the the sump of the 75 until the rock arrives. Not too shabby for a DIY stand, need to build the door....eventually amazed by the clarity of the starfire glass. Kicking things off with the good stuff!
  4. norbert

    norbert's waterbox 10

    I added a clown to this tank a couple days ago so I decided to start a journal today! I previously had a 29 gallon nano for a couple years before converting that to a freshwater planted tank. I had never had a freshwater tank before (other than a small tank with a single betta) so I wanted to try something new. After a few months I decided I wanted to get back into nano reefing so I bought a waterbox 10 cube and an AI Prime HD. Equipment is the waterbox and ai prime, stock pump with carbon and filter floss, hydor koralia 425 gph pump, and 7-8 pounds of rock from my old tank that I bleached before adding. No sand so cleaning is easier and I can do whatever I want with flow. It's just the clown for now, although I hope to add another fish and a mix of different corals. Livestock suggestions are always appreciated! Here's the tank as of 7/12/19, any tips for taking decent tank pics would also be great: And here's a blurry pic of the clown: My only question for now is about the cloudy water, it's especially noticeable around the rocks with the light on (the picture is pretty close to how it looks in person). I just turned the light on for the first time yesterday so I don't know how long it's been like this. Is it just a normal bacteria bloom?
  5. So this is my first saltwater/reef tank; I've had several FW setups since 2011. Tank: IM Nuvo Fusion 20 gallon Pump: Siccra 1.5 Light: AI Prime HD Heater: EHEIM 50W Skimmer: Reef Glass Filter media: InTank media basket for 1st chamber with 2x chemi pure blue nano, filter floss (some carbon); also use phosguard as needed Substrate: Arag-alive bimini pink sand - about 4lbs Wavemaker: Jebao SW2 I set up my tank with live rock and sand on 7/6/17. Corals: Utter chaos paly frogspawn purple tip hammer green star polyps ricordeas green toadstool leather Duncan mushrooms Red Goniopora Livestock: 1 frostbite clown 1 misbar clown 1 mocha picasso clown 1 six-line wrasse hermit crabs nassarius snails scarlet shrimp FTS as of 7/6/18:
  6. Starting my build thread on Nano-reef since I just downsized but upgraded to an Innovative Marine Nuvo Fusion 40. My old, and first ever, tank was a 36x18x18 non-drilled tank that I had a HOB overflow box with a wet/dry sump that was very noisy and very low quality. Since I was unhappy with my Frankenstein set up and I wanted a tank that would be easier to move by myself since I am graduating college soon. I opted for an IM Nuvo 40 since the LFS I work at had the peninsulas and they seemed to be quality tanks. Many online forums had good reviews for the tanks as well so I ordered one. I then switched everything from my 50 to the new 40 in one day.... I had created a small cave with some epoxy and old live rock for my eel then the rest of the rock was taken from my 50, I bought 40 lbs of Fiji Pink sand since I did not want to mess with my old sand. I put the water, rocks with coral, and fish into a garbage can while I took the 50 off the stand and put the 40 on. Equipment: 2 x AI Prime HD+ (coral+ lighting schedule) Eshopps Nano Skimmer Seachem Matrix Chemipure Elite Marinepure shperes Eheimm titanium heater *IM media reactor (Aquavitro Biogen 4/21/2019) Fish: Dwarf Fuzzy Lionfish Snowflake Eel (Mac) Melanurus Wrasse Cleaner Shrimp 3x white hermit crabs 3x blue leg hermit crabs 2x turbo snail Coral: Caribbean gorgonian Yellow finger gorgonian Torch 3 hammers Toadstool Sinularia Christmas favia Zoas (don't know the trade names) Chalice Pulsing Xenia GSP Orange acan Samacora Plate coral Monti Cap
  7. ThatNewGuyReefing

    AI prime HD matching weather patterns?

    Is it possible to sync an AI prime HD with actual light levels and weather patterns? Like could I sync mine with the weather in let's say Australia storms and all? Not saying I don't like the blues but I'd love to make my tank as close to nature as possible.
  8. Established: October 2017 Disclaimer: It's a long one! (that's what she said?) Hello everyone! My name is André, and I'm from the Azores (a somewhat hidden piece of paradise). This is my second saltwater tank, but the first built on actual experience and purpose. The goal of this tank (yet to be achieved) was to house a small species of Mantis Shrimp. Sadly, Capitan Hook died prematurely during a shipping misstep. Sad times. Anyway, the tank is now an actual reef, and the mantis shrimp idea is on hold. One main idea with this tank (coming from a 50g) was to reduce the equipment and maintenance needed and increase the overall enjoyment of the actual tank. In my case because I collect my own NSW that meant that reducing the total volume of the tank would have a pretty significant impact on the time put into my weekly routine. Also, I wanted it to have a clean, minimalistic look and feel. Especially in a small tank that meant hiding the equipment, so an AIO became an obvious solution. Finally, it had to be cheap. Unhappy wife would mean soon-to-be-dismantled tank xD. Bought some glass, aquarium safe silicone and some acrylic sheets. As I had access to a laser cutter from a jewelry store, all the pieces were custom made to fit the tank. That being said, on to the original setup: Equipment Tank: DIY 10g AIO Lighting: Chinese Par 38 LED Bulb Circulation: Sicce Syncra Silent 1.5 Filtration: Filter floss, sponge and purigen Temp. Control: Small 50w heater ATO: Tunze Nano Osmolator Skimmer: Air stone diy water bottle skimmer Corals Utterchaos Zoas Scrambled egg Zoas Gorilla nipples Zoas Playboybunny Zoas Sunny D Zoas Rastas Zoas Orange Bam Bams Zoas Ring of Fire Zoas Blue Hornet Zoas Purple Bee Zoas Keds Reds Zoas Red Hornet Zoas Green Mushroom ————————–————————————— Below, a visual time-line of some of the phases the tank went through until reaching its current state: October 2017 It's safer than it looks... Back of the AIO Custom media basket Finished!! Acrilic top helped cut down evaporation and paved the way for the removal of the ATO. November / December 2017 Used some Frieda rock to seed new one, but it starts getting some bad air algae. Had no snails to counter it at the time. Ricordea Florida January - June 2018 - New rock structure made using reef glue added for a hair algae free start. This structure (or rather, part of it) would make it to present day! One of the "legs" broke and the structure had to be adapted. Tailspot Blenny, who sadly died a few days after coming in. Aiptasia eating monster! Tank born little trochus snail. New additions! Couple clownfish, torch, montipora, digitata and hydnophora corals. Top view Side view Simple "refugium" with some chaeto strands added to the back of the tank. July 2018 - changes to lighting and circulation AI Prime HD added! Spin Stream arrived! Unexpected hitchhiker... After light and flow adjustments August 18 Zoa island Current Equipment Tank: DIY 10g AIO Lighting: Ai Prime HD Circulation: Sicce Syncra Silent 1.5 + IM Spin Stream Filtration: Filter floss, sponge and purigen + Tunze 9001 Temp. Control: Small 50w heater Skimmer: Tunze 9001 Current stock - Occelaris Clownfish x 2 - Trochus Snails x 4 - Zoas (same as above) - Blue, orange and green ricordeas - Green and blue mushrooms - Torch Euphyllia - Red Montipora - Pink Digitata - Green Hydnophora - Purple and green Clavularia After a lot of changes and my fair share of challenges, I finally feel like it's on the right track. Feel free to offer insight or ask questions. Abraço, ffoott
  9. Snazxy

    The Snazxy Reef

    About Me and This Tank (TLDR at bottom) So a few years ago (about 4) my family and I were getting cichlids for my little brother's bow-front from this little shop that our uncle recommended. Keep note that the closest thing Ive ever seen close to a reef tank was a shark-filled-false-coral tank at Seaworld. As soon as I stepped into those doors I was greeted by a 32 gal Biocube. As fast as a blink of an eye I was hooked, not just by the clownfish playing around in a foot long circumference of a bubbletip anemone, but as to what I noticed as those alien like creatures that I have roughly known as coral from the books in the elementary library (I was a big reader). I was mesmerized by the beauty of a 30 gallon box of water to the point where my parents had to pull me away from the dang thing. Naturally I was pissed and refused to leave the thing. But my parents told me to check something out. I round the corner see a room full of frag tanks, my jaw dropped. That day was the day that I owned my first reef tank. We got a Fluval Spec 5 gal, some live rock, live sand, a small strip light, a clown goby, a firefish, a 6 lined wrasse, and some zoanthids as well as a paly. I had that tank for about three years until we moved and things went down from there, I had my first algae bloom and the tank went out with a boom, everything dead except for a GBG as well as my blue coral banded shrimp (that I still have today lol). I was devastated. Even though I didnt know what I was doing I knew I was on fire, I mean, I had some pretty cool corals as well as a dragonface puffer (that somehow lived about 6 months but sadly died to my firefish -big meany) and on top of that I never did a single waterchange! After that I had nothing but an algae filled tank for about a year. That brings me to where I am now! Last year for my birthday my parents got me a Fluval Evo 13. BIG learning curve. I had constant algae blooms and the seams even busted. But luckily that gave mw a clean slate-- the best of the slates! I started doing hardcore researching on reefing, and I mean hardcore, as In staying up til 3 AM on school nights (still a strait-A student!) watching videos and browsing forms, until I had a rough Idea of how to properly care for the delicate, money draining art forms we call reef tanks. As of today I have my Fluval evo 13.5 that only houses about five corals, sad I know but its hard when the closest LFS from where I live as 45 minutes away (an hour if you count Austin traffic). I have also recently bought an AI Prime HD that I got with lawn mowing money😄! Im still learning but since i've been doing water changes algae is at a minimum, only a few spots. Tommoro I will try to add pictures but thanks if you've made it this far through my story. I look forward to adding pics soon! TLDR; I have been reefing since a young age and I have a Fluval evo 13.5, but srsly this doesn't do my story any justice just read the above lol
  10. LongBeachReefer

    Fluval evo 13.5g.

    Just started a Fluval evo 13.5g. Was going to do a 3g picotope but wife wanted more than one fish. So far the tank is still using stock equipment. Have anAI prime coming in the mail tomorrow. 15lb of live sand and 14 lbs of live rock. Just waiting for the cycle to be done. Haven’t done any water test. Salinity is at 1.024. Using the Topic Marin salt.
  11. Conner smith

    New corals for 20 g nano!

    New corals for my nano 20 gallon long! red montipora hollywood stunner chalice seasons greetings montipora zoanthids acans
  12. Ronnyeicher

    First Post

    First post here and a pic of my first coral. Candy cane, sitting about 20 inches below my ai prime in a 10gal nano. Placement ok? And what's that protruding from the center? Feeding tube? Newbie at this. Sorry for the bad photo. Still trying to figure out what works best using my Samsung S7 Edge Thanks!!
  13. hello all, I have the ai prime HD's and I was wondering if someone can send me their light schedule or help me determine exactly what I need for my tank (what light and what intensity) Im currently running the acclimation mode at 50% reduction of lighting, so I just want to know what light spectrum should I aim for.. (TANK WILL BE LPS DOMINATED) Thanks all
  14. Marine Depot

    3 New Videos to Start Your Day!

    3 New Videos to Start Your Day! WATCH & LEARN: HOB 1.5 - Reef-Roids - R2 Target Feeder!
  15. I am in the process of cycling my IM 20 Fusion and I have a question about lighting. I have both the AI Prime HD and the Kessil 360 WE as an option to use for this tank. Once the cycle has completed I will be transferring my coral(mostly LPS, Chalice, Blastos, etc) from a 45 cube to the IM 20. The current tank utilizes the Kessil and my coral seem to have done very well. With that being said, which light would you use and why?
  16. Brooklynreefer

    New Nano cube 12 journey!

    hey everyone!! just getting back in to the hobby after a 3 year hiatus found a nano cube 12 DX with a stand (no hood) at a garage sale here in Brooklyn for 60 bucks!!! how could i say no!!?? is it perfect?? no........some scratches BUT the stand is like new and ummmmm 60 bucks!! come on!! and it already had a MJ-900 in it so score there!! it runs, it doesn't leak and i have some super fun plans for it just ordered some equipment today and went a bit over board AI prime HD MP-10 new RO/DI unit Stevie T's media basket! and much much more. just introducing myself again and my future plans......will have pics soon for the tank empty on the stand and then everything from equipment installs to dry scaping to the first fill and everything in between hope that my thread is as fun for guys to look at as it is for me to write! thanks everyone !! Happy Reefing
  17. vaughnking

    Coral Box Moon versus AI Prime HD

    Hello Nano Reefers! I am in the process of updating my lights for my IM 20 nano reef with 2 Skkye 18w lights. I am running a LPS / Softy tank. I might decide to insert low light SPS in the future. I was leaning toward purchasing an AI Prime HD. The light has been well received and Jake from Reef Builders has previously raved about the light. I also consider a Kessil or Nanobox, but they are currently out of the budget at this time. I recently stumbled across a little-known LED fixture that appears to be somewhat promising. I am talking about the Coral Box Moon. I am now trying to decide between a Coral Box Moon or an AI Prime HD. I am interested in the Coral Box because it is slightly cheaper, comes with a mount, and has comparable specs. Does anyone on this forum have experience with both of these lights? I would like to hear from a few Coral Box owners. There are enough AI Prime owners that have provided glowing reviews, and I am open to hearing more reviews. Any suggestions? Coral Box Specs: WIDE MORE! COVER MORE PLACE! LED MORE! COLD MORE! To Come First Circle LED, up to 175mm x 175mm Cover all area on your tank, still thinner as 34mm 6.89" x 6.89" x 3.4" inch LED up to 59Watt 18 LED Chips Centralised Cross LED Wide Enough Lumen on Tank Moon LED using Aluminium with Plastic Cover Fast Cooling on the LED! No Burn smell with harmful in your home ENJOY 2 TYPES OF LENS Our Crystal Ultra Lens Maximum on your Lighting Range 90 Degree Lens strength Lighting on small tank without over burn of coral 120 Degree Lens Wide More for 24" inch Tank CROSS POWER SUPPLY 1 Power supply for 2 LED. Minimum on your power source SIZE Length 6.89in. (17.5cm) Width 6.89in. (17.5cm) Height 1.34in. (3.4cm) LED SPECIFICATION Channel 1 White: CREE XTE 5W 7000-8300K 4pcs Channel 2 Blue: CREE XPE 3W Royal Blue 450-465mm 5pcs Channel 3 :Epileds Purple 3535 420-430nm 3W 1PCS + Deep Ocean Blue 445-450nm 3W 1 PCS Channel 4 Moonlight Blue: CREE XPE 3W 465-485nm 2pcs Channel 5 Green: CREE XPE 3W 520-535nm 1pcs + Philips 3W Cyan 490-515nm Channel 6 Red: CREE XPE 3W 620-630nm 1pcs + Cree Amber 585-595nm 1pcs 3W
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