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Old 08-11-2007, 06:20 AM   #141 (permalink)
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Great Shrimp Rack and great Shrimps!!! they simply look great!!!

btw.. What do you feed your shrimps with.. and does the Sponge filters work well???i mean i usuallt have a bad impression on sponge filters...always preferred canisters but very costly for a shrimp rack..

And may i know your water parameters?
(i just want to improve my shrimps a lil' moreXD)

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How are you adjusting and buffering the pH for the different tanks?

What are you feeding?
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Old 10-12-2007, 04:31 PM   #143 (permalink)
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How are you adjusting and buffering the pH for the different tanks?

What are you feeding?
Until know I have been using the following equation:

ph meter + RO/tap water mix + muriatric acid + patience = low ph water

The rest is tap water.

I feed them different foods I have bought.
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Default Rack Update

The room was a mess after the first two racks. So I decided to set up another one and cleaned the room. I can even walk on the room now.

I currently have three racks picture below.








The tank that loos brown is like that because of the ADA amazonia.

I also have a 75G tank in here:




So in total I have: one 75G tank, two 10G tanks and 14 custom made tanks.
Most of them powered by air pumps and 4 using HOB filters that were already seeded with bacteria.
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Does the Dolphin power those sponges at a decent pressure?

I want to set up a rack but will have a lot more tanks then you are running and am looking into the best single option to run the tanks......I will be running 6-8 5.5g tanks and 4-6 10g's
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Does the Dolphin power those sponges at a decent pressure?

I want to set up a rack but will have a lot more tanks then you are running and am looking into the best single option to run the tanks......I will be running 6-8 5.5g tanks and 4-6 10g's

Dolphin pump pressure is good. I use one outlet per two tanks. So with the 4 outlets I can power 8 tanks in total.
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Dolphin pump pressure is good. I use one outlet per two tanks. So with the 4 outlets I can power 8 tanks in total.
one outlets means one air pump?
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Nope, there are 4 outlets on the dolphin 5, so 8 tanks with 1 pump.
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