haha thanks its been alot of work but i think in the end it will be all worth it. Cant wait to wrap up this tank friday, than i can start adding water! lets pray theirs no leaks hahahWow! Very impressive build so far, looks like you're on the Fast Track to 'Home Improvement' CONGRATS!
not sure if I missed it or not but just in case...
I did not read any plans to properly vent that tank and the basement itself.
Any electronic equipment and metal surface for that matter will eventually become victims of humid
ity and salt corrosion, including the washer and dryer without proper venting, especially in a basement.
Sounds good ill start doing some research thanks for the heads up didnt really cross my mind at this pointThe best advice I can provide is to enclose the back of the tank and throw a humidifier in the enclosure or look into getting a decently sized dehumidifier.
I would inquire with the forums for feedback on long term performance of dehumidifiers and ceiling exhaust fans in saltwater applications. i know people use dehumidifiers in their fish rooms but the internal components were not meant for saltwater, could not tell you how the units hold up to saltwater evaporation and a good unit runs about $400
Tonyor possibly a ceiling vent/fan like in a bathroom?
maybe something like this - http://www.homedepot.com/p/Delta-Breez-Signature-110-CFM-Ceiling-Humidity-Sensing-Exhaust-Bath-Fan-VFB25ADH/203314717?keyword=203314717
Turbo dude I haven't heard from you in awhile how are things your tank looks great. I think I'll just get one of those room de humidifiers it should be fine! Gonna be getting some coral from u soon here lolTony
I used one of those cheap bathroom fans on my build. Right side of the tank near the top. It rusted and died after about 2 months
The new build is looking great