Help with tank upgrade to Red Sea Reefer 350

Discussion in 'Reef Aquarium Discussion' started by RichyRich50, Dec 3, 2017.

  1. RichyRich50

    RichyRich50 Member

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    I recently bought a Red Sea Reefer 350 to upgrade from a 46 gal Bow front. So here is my issue, I want setup my Reefer 350 in the same spot as my current 46 gal Bowfront. What is the best way to do this without losing any fish? Oh and I also bought new sand, so the old sand will go in trash.

    Things to consider:
    Where should I put my fish during the transfer? (I have a small 10gal tank)
    I will transfer most of the old water to keep the bacteria However, if I add more water will this throw off my water parameters?
    Since I am adding new sand ( Fiji live sand) there will be small particles everywhere for the first two days or do. Is it save to add my fish during this stage?
     

  2. sfin52

    sfin52 Valuable Member

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    A brute trash can. Or multiple 5 gallon buckets. 5 gallon buckets is what I used. It was a quick transfer. I had everything ready for tare down and setup. That includes water ready for new tank. Maybe 4 hrs in buckets.
     
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