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Full Setup -- Envision Cube, Skimz, Reef Breeders, Reeflo


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I have decided that my time is up.  Really just not paying attention to the tank anymore and not giving it the attention that it needs. 


This is a turn-key setup.  It has everything you need to get up and running. 


Looking to sell as a package right now, not parting out.


It is a 90 gallon custom tank from Envision with a semi-rimless setup.  You can see what that means from the pics.  I just hate seeing the water line in rimless tanks, so I decided to build an open-top, semi rimless tank.  With the sump and refugium, the total system volume is around 90+75+45 = 210 gallons.


The whole setup is about 3 years old.


Here is a list of the equipment that is included (most of it has the original boxes):


 - 90 gallon custom Envision cube.  Has the BeanAnimal overflow setup, external.  Black back.

 - Custom furniture-grade stand and canopy made from first quality maple. Stained black.

 - 75 gallon glass sump - drilled for return pump

 - 45 gallon glass refugium - drilled with redundant drains to drain to sump

 - 15 gallon top of tank - drilled to be quick drained to sump, if needed

 - 15 gallon saltwater change tank

 - SKIMZ SM 202 Monzter E-Series - External Protein Skimmer w/MJ feed pump (Purchased Jan 2014)

 - 2 Reef Breeders Photon16 LED lights w/hanging kit (Purchased Jan 2014) (I think the ramp up to only about 65%)

 - Vortec MP-40W ES

 - Reeflo Dart Hybrid pump - Can be a dart or a snapper by changing the impeller (return pump)

 - Two eductors on the returns to help with flow.

 - 2 TLF reactors with MJ 600 feed pumps

 - Bulk Reef Supply RO/DI setup

 - BRS RO/DI booster pump

 - AutoTopOff.com auto top off system with solenoid

 - (2) MJ 1200s with propeller kits (1 for mixing kalkwasser in top off, the other for mixing new water)

 - Sybon Refractometer

 - (5) Eheim heaters

 - Ranco 1 stage temp Controller with temp Probe

 - (3) American DJ Power Strips

 - tons of plumbing and valves, etc.

 - box of Kent Sea Salt to get you started

 - Test kits for everything you need

 - Enough home-made seafood mash to feed them for a year

 - over 200 pounds of live rock between the tank and fuge

 - (2) 40 gallon Brute cans drilled with valve, 1 with float valve for water changes, etc.


Here is the Livestock in the tank right now:


 - Yellow Tang (4")

- Blue Hippo Tang (4")

- Bangai Cardinal (2")

 - Matted Filesfish (2")  - he lives in the refugium, haven't seen him in a while

-A few peppermint shrimp (1-7, not sure how many)

 - various snails, crabs,

 - tons of caulerpa

 - various mushrooms, leathers and soft corals and other corals.  Huge GSP Covered rock


I am asking $2500 for all of it.  The tank and stand alone set me back about $1300.  The SKIMZ was another $530 and the LEDS were another $630.  Those three pieces pretty much cover the cost of the tank. Add in the vortech, various other tanks, heaters, reeflo ranco, etc, and this is at least $4500 in equipment alone.


The Sump room that you see in the pics was designed such that it can be removed from my garage in more or less one piece.  It is fully epoxy-lined ($500+) and water proof.  It has a drain and a vent to exhaust the air.  If you are interested in that, we can work something out.


Looking to sell as a package right now, not parting out.




Building the stand:









After it was stained:









Sump room when brand new (before putting in the 45 gal. fuge):







Shot of the tank, etc. taken today (lights were just ramping up - sunrise):







































Older Shot of the Tank:









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