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  • Franky's Reef!

    I wanted to showcase this tank because of the Rifferamik rock it uses. Not only that, he has some nice equipment and a good way of placing corals in its place.

    Source: http://www.frankyskoralenriff.be/






















  • #2
    Wow...all I can say is wow..

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    • #3
      god, that reef ceramic is amazing. So is the tank
      Sean

      Tank Specs:60g Cube SPS/Clam tank, ASM G1x Skimmer, DIY ZEOvit Reactor, 1x400w EVC 14k, Marine Life Aquatics CR-250 CaRx (RIP)

      Not sure yet.....Build Thread to come!

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      • #4
        Hiya all!

        My Name is Dennis. Operator of the Dutch and Belgian reefkeepers forums and chief editor of "Het Zeeaquarium" which is a bi-monthly non-commercial-magazine.

        In our september issue Franky's tank is "tank of the month". Due to that we have quite some recent shots of this tank.

        A nice detail might be that we have a conference at the 1st of october this year where Alf J Nilsen, Charles Delbeek, Habib Sekha (Salifert) and Oliver Pritzel (ATI) will be our guests.

        Some of these guest will visit this tank at 30 september so there is a chance your will hear and see alot more of this very special sps tank.
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        Last edited by Dennis; 07-27-2005, 07:13 PM.
        Biology rulez technoloy by far

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        • #5
          Another pic
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          Biology rulez technoloy by far

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          • #6
            Dennis, thanks for the updated pictures and more information. I went to your magazine, but couldnt translate the words to find the TOTM. Which menu option should i be choosing?

            Thanks again for bringing more information forward. Its a very inspiring tank!

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            • #7
              The magazine is a printed-only one and not an online magazine but after its distibuted (in september) maybe we can make an exeption for this TOTM (what we call "Op bezoek bij" in English a visit to) and put that part of that magazine online.
              Biology rulez technoloy by far

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              • #8
                Ahhh! Well please do inform us of when you will place it online so we can see what this tank is made of.

                Dennis, are there a lot of nice tanks like Franky's in Holland?

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                • #9
                  Franky comes from Belgium but yes, in Holland and Belgium are several dozens of tanks which may be seen. On our own vBulletinboard there are several topics with lots of pictures, I'll include a few but there are lots more to find (click the picture for an even bigger one):



                  http://www.zeewaterforum.org/forums/...ad.php?t=14732

                  http://www.zeewaterforum.org/forums/...ead.php?t=6565

                  http://www.zeewaterforum.org/forums/...&page=27&pp=25

                  http://www.zeewaterforum.org/forums/...480#post145480

                  http://www.zeewaterforum.org/forums/...473#post140473

                  http://www.zeewaterforum.org/forums/...&page=10&pp=25

                  http://www.zeewaterforum.org/forums/...&page=11&pp=25


                  Most of our readers/users do read/speak English btw so if you have specific questions about tanks you see you can always give it a try to ask directly.
                  Biology rulez technoloy by far

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                  • #10
                    WOW DENNIS!!!! Naso's Tank is amazing (first thread)!! His Aquascape is unreal!! Its HUGE!
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                    • #11
                      ok that first one is amazing!

                      what are the demensions?

                      thanks!

                      Nick
                      275 Gallon Envision Acrylics Tank, 70 gallon sump, BK 300 internal, Zeovit, 5 sequence darts (1 on a oceansmotions 4-way), medusa dual controller, 2 ebo jaer 250w heaters, 1/2 hp JBJ comercial chiller, 4 RO IIIs w/14k hamilitons, 4 VHOs super actinic, deltec pf500 Ca Rx, 3 reef ceramic pillar, and 1 reef ceramic mini-reef, 5 ceramic closed loop intake screen covers, with 50ish pounds of LR

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                      • #12
                        Its not Naso's tank Invincible but a tank in a firm that sell's fireplaces. This tank was build by one of our sponsors called "Aqua Compleet" pretty recently (April this year if I recall correctly). A few pics of the tank while building is can be found in this thread.

                        Another detail you guys may like is that the former 2 meters round tank which was several years eyecatcher in this fireplace-store used the ZEO line. I don't know if they currently use is in their new tank. Some pictures of that old tank can be found on this page .
                        Biology rulez technoloy by far

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                        • #13
                          You're killing me Dennis!! Those pics on those threads are beautiful. I especially love the top down view. Looks very natural!

                          On the older tank you showed, this has got to be the biggest zeo reactor! NICE!! Thanks again for sharing such inspiring tanks! Aqua Compleet really has their act together.

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                          • #14
                            Ah, which is the reactor?
                            Farish

                            Setup: 250G System, ATI Powermodul 10x80w T5s, 4x6100 Tunze Streams & 7095 MultiController, Deltec PF1000 CR, Deltec AP902 Skimmer, IKS, Zeovit, Artica 1Hp Chiller

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                            • #15
                              Farish, if you look at the bottom, there is a cube tank filled with the zeovit rock. It's not your usual design reactor. I like how this was designed out. Looks like the water comes down all around the rocks instead of it coming up by the plumbing which outlines the LxW.

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