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Evolution of my fishroom... ahem... shrimproom

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Just need to shift it across...shouldn't be difficult, worst case is a small hole in the wall ?

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KillieOrCory
Oh no! A mistake' date=' now you gotta tear it down and start all over again! LOL! looking great and yes I am very jelly[/quote']:dejection:<ahttp://shrimpkeepersforum.com/forum/ipb3/http://shrimpkeepersforum.com/forum/uploads/emoticons/default_smiley_simmons.png' alt=':smiley_simmons:'> Had to have a few things go not exactly to plan. Thanks I am stoked!No holes on the walls thank you :) I thought about it while sleeping last night and I know what happened! It's due to the sliding door those power points had to be shifted along the wall a few inches!!! Oh well!Went and bought some polystyrene sheets on the way home. IMG_2480_zps2785c165.jpg12 10mm polystyrene sheets 1200x600mm each. Need a lot more but will get those later.Racks going upIMG_2482_zps62ce8746.jpgIMG_2481_zps8fd15427.jpg

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Squiggle

Looking very cool dude, can't wait to see some glass in place. :victorious:

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northboy

But where are the Shrimp and fish, stop mucking around and get to it.LOL

Looking good Serkan well done mate, cant wait to see it finished.

Bob

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KiwiBigD

So Bunnings racks eh? They're not blue mate ;-) What sort of weight are you putting on them?

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KillieOrCory

Getting there, getting there!!! Wish I had more hours in a day and more days in a week!

Yeah KiwiBigD the bunnings racks. I am anticipating not having more than 300kg's per tank. If you consider they are designed for 750kg I am well under half the recommended weight.

I've spend one whole day putting together irrigation pipes for the air and water.

Finally some results can be seen

http://youtu.be/3Wco76-CdWQ

And the airpump I am using

 

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Squiggle

Looking very cool dude, but you've really got to get your ass into gear, come on, hurry up! we are dying to see this up & running!! Hahaha :smiley_simmons:

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KillieOrCory
Looking very cool dude' date=' but you've really got to get your ass into gear, come on, hurry up! we are dying to see this up & running!! Hahaha :smiley_simmons:[/quote']

I know I know! :dejection:

I have quite a lot of buckets with tight fitting lids which is proving to be very handy moving the fish.

When moving a tank, I fill the bucket with the water from the tank, move all the plants into the bucket and then catch the fish and put them into the bucket as well. I put the lid on and write on the lid which tank the water, plants and fish are from. Then I empty the rest of the water and use this water to give the sponge filter a clean. Put the filter back into the empty tank. Now the tank and the inhabitants are ready to move.

When moving the shrimp, I follow the above steps but do not try to catch them. I leave the plants in too but take the filter out clean it and put it in the bucket with the water. In the tank with the shrimp I leave an inch of water and carry the shrimp this way. Remember my largest tank is a 2footer and it is not recommended to move your tanks while there is water in it.

Wooohooo! The first lot are at the new place

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I've so far only managed to move 16 tanks over :p Slowly getting there!

And when the room lights are off

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:D

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Squiggle

Hahaha, awesome stuff dude, keep the pics coming! :encouragement:

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newbreed

Awesome work Serkan. Between you and squiggle, I am getting rack envy and lots of ideas about getting one running!

There goes the tax return! ;)

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ineke

"SIGH" Awesome Serkan now I'm lusting after something I will never have - I cant work at anything above shoulder height or below thigh height. Can't wait to see it all finished and with shrimp and fish in!

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durro68

Nice one! And how do the racks seem to be holding up?

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KillieOrCory

Sure thing Squiggle sure thing :D

Go for it Newbreed! :encouragement: Racks are fun, they are like high rise buildings you go up to fit more into the same footprint :P

Ineke, there was a time when I thought I'd never have a rack as well ;) Though it only works if it is what you want.

Hi Durro, I've been using these racks for over 12 months at my other house so I find these racks work perfectly for my kind of set up.

Just wanted to say my wife is an absolute angel :angel: We are getting early in the morning moving 8 tanks before I have to go to work and while I am at work she moves the water and fish into the tanks and gets the filters going again. She feeds the fish as they settle in as well. Love her a LOT!

So here are a couple of fishroom items I have now that I did not think of before. Now that they are in the fishroom how did I manged without them in the past!

 

Wet & Dry portable vacuum. A great thing to have around when you are constantly cutting styrofoam I tell you.

 

The fishroom's own kettle! Currently using it while putting air and water loops together with 13mm poly pipe. When dunked in boiling water they are very easy to push into connectors and taps etc.

Later on I'll be using it to blanch vegies and leaves as well as boiling peat.

And here is the progress so far

 

24 tanks moved and many many many more to go! ;)

Edited by KillieOrCory

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JohnH

Wow you are powering along now

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Squiggle

Very cool dude, it's starting to take shape nicely! :victorious:

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KillieOrCory

Woohooo! First of the Cory tanks moved :victorious:

 

 

 

All the tanks moved so far:

 

and this is just a fraction :p

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Squiggle

Looking amazing dude, are they Panda Cory's in the first pic? My favourite, they look like little bandits, hahaha :victorious:

edit: hahaha, just noticed that the names are written on the tank, duh! :stupid:

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ineke

All I can say you've got to love your wife doing all that for you. Looking good Serkan :D

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b00f

I am going to propose you fly me up there to lend a hand.

This needs to finished already!!!!!

Great work.

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Looking amazing dude' date=' are they Panda Cory's in the first pic? My favourite, they look like little bandits, hahaha :victorious:edit: hahaha, just noticed that the names are written on the tank, duh! :stupid:[/quote']Yeah! I like panda's as well. Have to write the names to keep track of who's in which tank! LOL Thanks Ineke :D I love her a lot :couple_inlove:Haha thanks for the offer boof :encouragement: I am doing fine cheers :congratulatory:I am working on it to finish it as soon as I can! ;)This mornings workIMG_2654_zps5eed17cc.jpgIMG_2651_zps47f4d023.jpgIMG_2653_zpsb79570c1.jpgIMG_2655_zps9cf0ecb2.jpgTodays final lookIMG_2652_zps26516555.jpg

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Squiggle

Wow dude, very cool! :encouragement: drooooooool!!!!! :victorious:

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KillieOrCory
Wow dude' date=' very cool! :encouragement: drooooooool!!!!! :victorious:[/quote']

Thanks mate! So tired :P It is so worth it though.

To do's after work:

*Get more plywood cut at bunnings

*paint the new plywoods raw cut edges

*remove couple of the drawers from the rack at the old place

*put the drawers onto the new rack

*teach an hour of private lesson

*move tanks of a rack at the old place and put them on the floor :dejection: I need to move the stand before those tanks :P

*dismantle and move part of the rack at the old place

*start putting together the stand for the other wall

*start on the air supply irrigation on the newer rack

*start on the water supply irrigation on the newer rack

... die of exhaustion!!!

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Squiggle

Pffftttt!! that's not much,should have that finished before dinner!! hahaha :smiley_simmons:

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durro68

good luck mate! Will all be worth it though.

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northboy

Who cares about all that stuff, just show us the finished room LOL

Seriously though mate looken good, now I know who to hit up for some of the Corys I use to keep (dam I miss working at Bay the variety WOW)

Chin up, you can take a holiday when its finished

Bob

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