10 Best Saltwater Aquarium Fish
Updated on: March 2023
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- The IOAOI protein skimmer is equipped with an LED controller. The operation and the status could been seen easily. The water flow of the pump could be adjusted as required. And there are 20 gears, the power consumption of which is from 1W to 20W.
- Patented needle shaped diversion plate helps to generate much richer bubbles. Better reaction. And it could prevent the bubbles/foam from returning, and could also provide long contact time between water and air, which makes the protein skimmer obtain better performance.
- 20W pinwheel DC water pump adopts advanced frequency conversion technology, high efficiency and energy saving. Ultra quiet. Multi-gear adjustment.
- Constructed of high-quality cast acrylic to guarantee long life. For in sump use only.
- Foot Print/Height: 9*6.9/20 in. Recommended sump water depth: 7" to 9".
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Aquarium Coffee Table DIY Project
This aquarium coffee table can be used with a new fish aquarium you actually intend to hold fish in or an old empty aquarium.
If you are looking for a glass aquarium to make this coffee table out of, try hitting the local flea market and see what you find. I come across awesome old glass aquariums all the time. Be sure to clean them thoroughly before turning them into a coffee table.
To Make an Aquarium Coffee Table You Will Need:
1 - 2 large aquariums
2 fish bowls
1 glass top
Go ahead and empty out yoru glass aquarium and clean it out.
Flip the aquarium over so the bottom side is up. Make sure the bottom is dry.
Now, take four small glass fish bowls. The four inch tall size would be perfect for this. Run a thick bead of clear epoxy glue along the top mouth of the small fish bowls.
Press one fish bowl into each corner of the aquarium bottom to create some feet for the aquarium coffee table. If you are using a really large aquarium, then you may also want a small fish bowl foot in the middle for support.
Let the clear epoxy glue dry according to the packaged directions. This will most likely be about 24 hours.
Repeat this process on as many aquariums as you need to make your coffee table. You make like one or four aquariums.
Four aquariums will create a large coffee table.
Now, once all the fish bowl feet have dried on the aquariums you want to go ahead and set them in place where the coffee table will be. Once they are filled with water you will not be able to over them easily.
Fill each aquarium as you normally would. First the rocks, then the water, and all the pumps.
If you want to skip the water you can. You can simply add the rocks and decoration inside to get the aquarium look minus the fish.
Now, once your fish have settled you want to top the aquarium coffee table off with a nice thick piece of beveled glass. The glass needs to be a little larger than the aquariums so you can easily pick kit up to feed the fish in the future.
To keep the cords from becoming a problem have them all meet in the middle under the aquariums. Plug them into a power cord and have that one wire running out to the electrical socket.
The addition of lights in the aquariums will make this fish tank coffee table really awesome!