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Old 01/12/2019, 08:15 PM   #1
FLSharkvic
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** SCA 150 Rimless build **

''First, I would like to start with my motto when it comes to this hobby - I ALWAYS use quality products, I believe that 50% increase in coast is definitely worthwhile, even if you only gain another 5% of the product reliability especially if you have a mature tank with years of time and effort invested like many of us do. Keep in mind that your tank is a place where water and electricity come together''

Ok, let's start this thread, with what size and kind of tank I went with for the new build. After going back and forth with a RESEA 725xl or an SCA 150, I decided to go with the SCA tank! They are all made with Star-fire glass and their tanks that are 12mm thick and made very solid. I knew from all of my experience that I wanted to try a more SPS Dominate type tank this time around w/ a minimalist type scape! Also, SCA builds a really awesome stand and I will be floating my LEDs from the ceiling... Here is the tank I have chosen:


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Old 01/12/2019, 08:42 PM   #2
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As far as my overflow box , i went with a 20'' Synergy External Overflow box since I wanted to run a bean animal type system for my 150: Also, went with a Synergy CL-44 Sump and a Matching 10 gallon reservoir that currently in production and should be done in the next 2-3 weeks. Cant Freaking wait.
Here are a few of examples but my sump will not have are refugium and its a CL-44 not a CL-34.Plus, I will be running one of Buds Turbo Algae Scrubbers, like you see in attachment #3.


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Old 01/17/2019, 10:11 PM   #3
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Nice. Looking to get back in the hobby and this is one of the tanks I am considering including the Red Sea reefers.


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Old 01/20/2019, 11:56 AM   #4
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Nice, that going to be a great tank. Is that also an SCA stand? How do you like it?


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