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Hello all, Roughly about 6-8 weeks ago I started cycling my deep blue 30 frag tank. I purchased this tank about two years ago but with a new baby decided it was best to wait until I had a more time and though to dedicate to it. I have an 10gal Nuvo that has been running for 4 years now that is mixed reef, while not completely new to salt this is my first tank with a sump. My main motivation for this tank is to move my beloved blue assessor to this new tank so he can be more comfortable. He has been a great resident for about 2 years. Next in need to do for this tank is add fish. I plan to go slowly so I will start with one fish either a pink streaked wrasse or tanaka wrasse. I’ll talk to my LFS see what they can do. I also need to switch the glass heater that I am using it’s a back to probably a colbat heater. And last figure out how to proof my weirs on the overflow more so I don’t have a fish slip into the overflow. Deep Blue 30 gal Frag tank Lighting XR15 Pro Gen 4 Powerhead MP 10 Eheim Pump Tunze ATO 3155 *Cobalt Heater *Better lid *Temp controller Live stock: blue leg hermit crab trochus snail 1 shark nose goby (Xander)
So I was tasked to setup and build out this 120 deep blue with 40gallon custom sump the lights are for Fowler tanks but they are want to have and grow coral so those will be replaced, with some aqua illuminations..They are also going to buy wave makers, so no need to worry about that. It already has a reef octopus skimmer, dual return pump, GFO reactor, and CO2 scrubber. what takes the cake is that it needs to be filled ASAP cause they’re worried about the smell.. they just purchased and got a sweet deal on it, and apparently holds water. The silicone looks great with no issues of wear and tear. Looks as if the tank might be 2-3 years old. I believe it’s going to be pretty simple kind of like a “plug and play”