Bespoke Aquariums Manufacturing Ltd Aquarium 390 L total volume.
10mm Glass display tank double thickness bottom Optiwhite glass front and sides. Black coated back and wier.
L=48", W=18", H=20" 240L water volume.
6mm Glass sump with three partitions. L=46", W=14", H=18" 150L water volume.
1st partition Left 8", centre refuge 24" and last partition 12".
Left rear corner weir, two holes drilled in base behind weir.
1st hole accomodates 40mm Durso downpipe with integrated full syphon (very silent).
2nd hole accomodates 20mm pipe to supply water from the sump via 3500 l/hr Oceanrunner.
Pipework will have to be cut to separate tank from cabinet.
Circulation pump: Aqua Medic Oceanrunner OR3500 3500l/hr, new impellor.
A manual drain valve will divert water from this pump to a drain outlet that I had piped outside the house to drain so
no syphoning necessary for water changes. When the valve is open the last partition in the sump will empty 10% of the total volume of water.
Skimmer air intake and skimmate over-flow can be connected to the drain side of this valve so fresh air is drawn from outside and
any skimmate drains outside.
TMC V2 800 protein skimmer supplied by Eheim 1060 pump 2280 l/hr. (Designed for up to 800L tanks.)
The skimmer is located in the 1st partition and its effluent is directed straight into the refuge.
This is a very efficient skimmer when coupled to the Eheim pump.
Twin AquaRay Reef Blue LED strips, one fitted for sump lamp the other loose.
1 Sicce Voyager stream pump 4,500 l/hr
1 Tunze Turbelle Nanostream 6015 1,800 l/hr
2 Tunze Turbelle Nanostream 6025 2,500 l/hr
1 Tunze Turbelle Stream 6065 6,500 l/hr
1 Tunze Stream 6060 6,000 l/hr
1 250w heater
1 200w heater
Automatic top up switch fitted.
The hood lid has been modified to mount a 45" x 8 1/2" alluminium heatsink under which are 58 Cree LEDs driven by 5 MeanWell ELN-60-48D drivers.
The LEDs are mixture of XP-G R5, XP-E Royal Blue and XP-E Blue.
I had this system set up as a very successful Berlin System, change of job means no time for this wonderful hobby.
There is no controller for the LEDs, some electrical DIY would be necessary to set up but they can be seen working.
Steve 0151 4864580
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