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Do people use tank dividers?

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Sheldon13

Rather than a separate tank, do people use tank dividers to keep species or color variants separate?

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jayc

Yes, all the time. It's very common to use dividers within the same tank to separate colour variants or species that require the same water parameters.

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jessaweeshrimp

I have tow 2” thick pieces of HMF style foam dividing a 30 long. I used a canister filter on one end and the return goes to the other end. Works great until you have to clean it a year later lmao 🤣  

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Sheldon13

I never though about using foam.  That's a great idea!

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jayc
7 hours ago, Sheldon13 said:

That's a great idea!

That's the beauty of asking questions and sharing on a forum. sometimes you get ideas that you'd never think of.

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