Photo #1 - 210 Gallon Display, 70 Gallon Sump, Led Lights

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Photo Caption: 210 gallon display, 70 gallon sump, led lights
210 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - 210 gallon display, 70 gallon sump, led lights
210 gallons reef tank (mostly live coral and fish) - tank at night

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Country: Canada
Description: 210 gallon display tank,70 gallon sump, Large Hydor recirculating skimmer, vertex 2.0 phosban reactor, carbon reactor, tunze wavebox, 3 led light pods 200 watts each, jbj auto top off, 2 x rio 2500 rtn pumps, custom raised stand (raised 6"), rodi unit, coralife 36 watt UV sterilizer, all hardplumbed
Advice: consistant water changes, test for nitrates, phosphates (buy a phosban reactor!) after algae problem we bought a 24" vertex 2.0 liquifiing reactor, used phosguard for 2 weeks, then rowaphos, problem solved!
Corals/Plants: mix of lps & sps
Tank Size: 210 gallons
Quote: git er done
About Yourself: reefing for 10 years, started with a 29 gallon, went through all sizes, sold the rest, one 210 now, its a husband & wife hobby. We both work in collision repair, this is stress relief. Most of the time.

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