Special features of the facility:
Back to Nature jerk Wande
Back to Nature modules
Because I got the email many question about my BTN backplane, I want to tell you some more of it.
I am starting to make a design. I have the modules gehohlt of internet and printed on a piece of paper. I have the abgeschneiden and to scale inserted on A4. In this way, kan man pretty well determine what man needs.
I have used 2 rear panels of 200x60 plus I still have the modules A, B (2x), E, F, H (2x), M (2x), N (2x) and O used. The modules C, G, L and U, I had gehohlt in home but not used and subsequently sent back. In my case, these modules would be the least usable.
Because my tank 80 is high, a problem with the rear wall of 60 was as high. Therefore, I have installed the modules. On the left side I have the first rear wall all the way up moored with silicone. Dan I took the other back wall and turned half a beat and custom made with a saw. This backplane I moored at the right side all the way down. In this way man meet in the middle of a place where the two rear walls come pretty much together. Fasten with silicone and equal a little sand over it and no See Something.
Then I installed the modules on the left side down and installed on the right side upwards. With the Restant from the second back wall I have done the rest holes. Always decorate again with silicon and sand. Every now and then man must make the modules with an (leaves) saw to measure, so that each transition is familiar. The modules must be adequately supported and held up when installing the silicone is dry.
My fish can swim behind the whole back wall around. They plant sichselbst continued even in the modules. When ausfangen I must lock the entrance with Koi batting, I let the water run away and I just can ausfangen the fish.
When looking at calling the following web address, kan man watching the back wall in a higher resolution: http://wietze.matvak.nl/highres/
Aqua Light T5 light-absorbing fitting with Grolux and White
4 x 54 watts and 2 x 39 Watt
2 x Clear Control 25 pressure filter
2 x Red Dragon 8000 l / s pumps
Tunze Turbelle Stream 6201 20000 l / s
Silenta per 1200
Professional Heater 1Kw
1/2 Buccochromis lepturus
1/2 Buccochromis Rhoadesii
1/1 Champsochromis Spilorhynchus
1/1 Fossorochromis Rostratus
1/1 Lichnochromis acuticeps
1/2 Nimbochromis Venustus
1/2 Protomelas spilonotus
1/2 Tyrannochromis Maculiceps
7 Synodontis Lucipinnes
NO3 = 25 mg / l
NO2 = 0 mg / l
KH = 6D
PH = 8
Tested with JBL Easy Test
Temperature 25 ° C
Water change: 1/3 to 1/2 of each week
(Sometimes 14 days)
Mussels, shrimp, smelt
bloodworms, brine shrimp, mysis, krill
granulaat: Aquatic Nature, Tetra Cichlid
I also did some movies: