I think I agree with it being classified as a swimming pool since people will be swimming in it. If what their engineers are telling them is actually the code in Sweden, I disagree with the code, not the classification. My backyard pool has a 220V pump and a 120V light below the waterline. But, it is also well grounded and on a RCD (well, GFCI here).We have 3 lines 1 neutral and 1 ground. L to L makes 400V and is only used in "heavy" equipment and some radiators. L to N makes 230V and supplies every outlet to generally 10 amps/room(s) and lights.
The key thing the engineers apparently somewhat oddly got stuck on here is that they equalise the aquariums to public swimmingpools. Public being the keyword that makes everything 100 times more strict.
I dont know how to say it in english but these engineers choose both safetybelt airbag and a belt around the waist
Makes perfect sense. Well, almost. Why green? So many better color options!And if you wonder about the green hose on the frag plug, that’s because I don’t want the frags to move around anymore. Sometimes it feels like they have legs...
A little bit more work, but in the long run I think it’s worth it.
And the frags gets a little more distance from the egg crate, and hopefully gets better flow.
We have hundreds of meter of green... And my football (you know, soccer) team has green shirtsMakes perfect sense. Well, almost. Why green? So many better color options!
And everything looks happy with itAn overview of our temporary coral tanks
We used all space we had and managed to fit ten tanks, from 800 to 1200 litre. The water surface area is around 25 m2 in total. The tanks are divided in two systems, just in case something bad happens..
Husbandry wise, we run our way of the Triton method. No water changes unless we need to clean/vacuum or find any unwanted elements in the water. Live rocks, corals and skimmers do most of the work keeping the nutrients down. We do have a small algae refugium in one of the systems, might setup one in the other one too soon.
Running both Triton Core7 and calcium reactors on both systems, to balance CO2 and pH. There’re lots of corals in not a lot of water, so even if the water volumes isn’t more then around 8000 litre in total we need to add a lot of elements.
We use Orphek, Hydra and Heliospectra, all LEDs.
We run GHL profilux as a controller.
Temp is around 25 degrees and the nutrients are undetectable(but we’re adding more and more KNO3 and KH2PO4 to raise the nutrients to detectable levels).
Here are some pictures from the temporary Aquarium
Thanks!And everything looks happy with it
How many fish are in there as well?
What/how much are you feeding?
I think they are fine. I mostly like to run LEDs on all channels at 100%, so I don’t play around muchWow, nice.. How do you like the orphek?
Haha, I can’t hear if something is silent in the Aquarium. There’s too much noise!Very cool! Those images are soothing, but there is one question that remains... Is it silent?
And where is the temperate tank? Don´t try to hide it, I am sure you have at least one!