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A Betta Supply Drip System


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Hi All

well after 2 weeks of building its finnished

200cm long x 185cm high x 21cm deep, self standing

5 shelves, 17 a shelf, 85 beanie boxes

145 litres of water, 2000ltr\per\hour sump pump, 90cmx16cmx21cm glass sump

42 hours of build time

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only five more to build

will have these in kit form soon

thanks all

Warren

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Looking good! I'm interested to know how you find the algae issues in this system over time. A few of the ones I've seen end up getting blocked tubing, and it would be wonderful to find a way around that.

I've been toying with the idea of feeding ports in the dripper plumbing, though it would limit the type of food that could be fed, it beats feeding every fish individually every day. Not sure how practical is is though, but it would be wonderful if it worked!

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200cm long x 185cm high x 21cm deep, self standing

its easy to feed top the top of the beanie box is just above eye level and there is a feeding hole in the top front edge of the lid

HHMMMMMMM i'm only 5'3" i would so need a step stool/ladder to get to the top shelf ;)

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Hi All

update on how this system has been working

i have had no trouble with algea at all

the sump with its biological and partical filtration was handling the load easy

the flow to the boxes was not quit ejecting the waste matter into the overflow properly as i wanted so an upgrade from a 2000 litre pump to a 3000 litre has solved the problem

Thanks

Warren

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