Special features of the facility:
50kg coarse gravel "Spreklestone" based on water + stones,
3 large modules made from Portland cement.
- A corner / backplane module
- A free-standing module
- A backplane module.
All modules are hollow, provided with Einschwimmlöchern and completely out / hinterschwimmbar. Therefore, it is possible to fish, to swim through the entire aquarium full coverage from left to right.
Rear wall outside covered with frosted glass slide and afterwards. Painted with blue paint to create a soft transition.
LH side wall with dark tinted car window film pasted to create a little privacy.
On the right side there is the disguised HMF. Cladding is coated cement polystyrene with 3 caves of different sizes and Einschwimmöffnung. Furthermore, there are several swimming through openings. Between filter surface and the cover is some distance, so that the filter surface can be fully incident flow.
Another medium artificial styrofoam rocks located at the small cairn in the central area of the basin. Also it is provided with a cavity.
In total, 8 caves were created, columns not included in the calculation by the stones.
Modules and pebbles lying on a 1cm thick Styrofoam plate.
80cm LED "Polar" 7500K, 18W with little dimmer SIMU-1 of LED.Aquaristik.de dimmed to around 90%
a 40cm moonlight blue (self), centrally darkened.
Head Light 12:00 clock - 21:00 clock is driven in about 60 minutes from 0 to about 90% capacity
Moonlight: 21:30 clock - 23:30 clock
External filter: JBL Professional Crystal 500, 1200l / h
Internal filter: HMF with Eheim Aquaball 650l / h
SP: Sicce Voyager Nano Stream 2000L / h
- To improve the flow and prevent the flow shadow where deposits could form.
- Installed behind the corner module.
- Controlled by clock 10:00 - 21:30 clock, at intervals betw one and two hours..
Heater Jäger 125W, heating 8:00 - 22:00 clock
Brennenstuhl ProfiLine 6-way splitter bar, two switchable
Digital Thermometer Europet Bernina 227 with external sensor
Three timers (moonlight, heater and flow pump)
An overflow pipe with Gardenahahn and connection for the water change
3/5 iodotropheus sprengerae F1
3/4 Labidochromis Mbamba Bay F1
5 Synodontis Lucipinnins
GH: 18-20 (is already so out of the tap)
Nitrite <0.01 mg / I
Nitrate 30 mg / l (is already so out of the tap)
PH measured pHep of Hanna, all other values with JBL-drop testers
Temp: 24 - 25C °
DHW: 50% per week
Tropical Spirulina Super Forte granules
Tropical Malawi Chips
Söll Organix Super Kelp Pellets
Artemina (every 7-10 days)
homemade frozen food from, cucumber, pepper, shrimp, garlic, banana and Mulitivitaminsaft
fed once a day (I change the dry foods by)
Fasting once a week
I studied a lot of ideas and examples Beck. There is hardly a jar between 250 and 300 liters, which I have not studied! :-)
Thank you, that there's this portal!
Furthermore, I thank Malawi-Guru.de - where I know much about the fish, and when Fischauge.net - where I have the exquisite suggestions for Modulbau