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Doomants RSM130 heavily modified*now with sps*

Postby Doomant » Thu 08 Sep, 2011 3:17 pm

Introduction:

Hi everybody, I first got this tank in 2008 and had it up and running for about 18 months, sadly had to shut it down. In that time I learned quite a bit with the basics of keeping a healthy reef and growing coral.
Since then it has been sitting there waiting for the day it would be wet again and I was banned from looking at anything to do with aquariums by the Mrs.
We watching a program on TV about the Georgia aquarium in the US and It was all downhill from there, once I found this community of fellow enthusiest with a wealth of information and the hours of reading Tank Journals nothing is going to stop me. :madface:
So here it is, My ReaSea Max 130 mkII.
Not wet yet, hopefully in the next few weeks/months.



System Objectives: My aim is to start with small frags and grow the coral in my tank. It may look bare at first , but I want to grow my reef not just create it.

System Type:
Mixed Reef

Display System:
RSM 130

Strike up Date:
Haven't got a time yet, But I can't wait

Display Tank:
610 x 500 x 500

Display Lighting:
Standard 55w T5 10 000k/actinic.

Stand:
Custom stand (in progress). Wasnt happy with the space of the standard RSM tottem stand

Hood: Standard RSM hood.

Sump:
NA

Refugium:
NA

Refugium Lighting:
NA

Support systems:

System Water:
I always used the RedSea Coral Pro salt mixed with RO water. This time I am thinking of using both. When the tide and water quality( clarity)is good I'll collect NSW but when I can't I'll do a water change with artifical water.

Display Water circulation:
Standard RSM twin circulation pumps (2 x 500L/H), ordered a vortech mp10

Return Pump:
NA

Skimmer: Ordered a tunze 9002 also ordered a Steve T cutom collection cup and media basket.

Evaporation Top Up:
Ordered a Tunze Osmolator

Chemical Support:NA
Calcium Addition: NA
Alkilinity Addition: NA
Other Chemical Maintenance: NA
Current Water Chemistry:
Nitrates:NA
Phosphates:NA
Alkalinity:NA
Calcium:NA
Salinity / Specific Gravity:NA
Magnesuim:NA


Images:
Will be updating with progress

My empty Tank
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Starting my cabinet
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Cutout for the foam and tank to sit in.
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Should have the doors on and all painted on the weekend. The left side is for my chiller and ATO reservior, The right has 2 shelfs for storing everything else.

Thanks for reading.
Last edited by Doomant on Fri 24 Feb, 2012 9:26 pm, edited 3 times in total.
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Doomant » Sun 11 Sep, 2011 5:35 pm

Fished the cabinet today and squared everything away.

heavy duty Casters underneath, each has a load capacity of 55kg. I have 8 on a 1200x600 base. That should even the load out right?

this is the finished product.

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now everything looks neater.

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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby jamesant » Sun 11 Sep, 2011 6:57 pm

Looking pretty smart there. Nice and tidy cabinet and layout.

Keep us posted.

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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Doomant » Wed 14 Sep, 2011 4:44 pm

Ok, so I want advice on the direction I am taking.

I am looking at ordering the following:

Red Sea Algae Control Pro Multitest Kit
Red Sea Reef Foundation Pro Test Kit CA ALK MG
Red Sea pH/Alkalinity Mini-Lab Test Kit
Red Sea Reef Colors Pro Test Kit I K Fe
Aquarium Glass Thermometer
Reef Energy B
Reef Energy A
Red Sea Reef Foundation A (Ca/Sr) 500ml
Reef Foundation B (Alk)
Reef Foundation C (Mg)
Coral Color A
Coral Color B
Coral Color C
Coral Color D
KAMOER Dosing Pump KSP-F03
Red Sea N:P-X Nitrate and Phosphate remover 500ml
Tunze Osmolator Universal 3155
CaribSea Aragamax Sugar Sized 13.5kg
Vortech Propellor Pump MP10WES
Vortech Battery Backup
Digital Refractometer


This all up is about $1800


Has anybody else have a system going using all these RedSea products?

I have done some research on here in regards to the test kits and so far I have seen nothing but postive feedback. But with using the supplements I havn't found muh at all. I'd like to hear some more before commiting to using these.
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Doomant » Sat 17 Sep, 2011 6:13 pm

Yep, done enough reading, thats the way I am going to set up.


My new Tunxe 9002 skimmer, Steve T collection cup and media basket arrived. Installed. This also gave me enough room to add my Ehien 2000 compact as a chiller pump beside the skimmer.very happy with that, as it used to just sit outsite the tank near the chiller. Very untidy.
Here's a pic from the top showing the new setup in the back.
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Also put in the surface skimmer and the chiller attachments by RedSea , which was sorely missing last time around.

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Thats only freshwater in there atm, just testing pumps and hoses.
Trying my hardest to hold off getting water and rock until I have more setup. Getting very hard though.
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby axela » Sat 17 Sep, 2011 7:48 pm

Looking very good!

The custom stand looks great!
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Doomant » Sun 25 Sep, 2011 6:03 pm

Update time.

I had a few goodies arrive this week to get me started.

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This is my ATO setup in the cabinet.

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Not much room to move in the back but i now have it all fitting nicely.

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Added water and rock. I placed the rock on eggcrete , I dont like the idea of having it on the glass. I also added a bag of carbon an a small eggcrete shelf I made in the return pump section. Hopeing by doing this to increase the water movement through all of the bag.

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This week I should have some sugar size sand and a Mp10 arrive. I'll update then. After that I'll just let it cycle.
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Doomant » Tue 27 Sep, 2011 8:50 pm

Update time. So now I have a Vortech mp10, sand and have aquascaped.

Have done some tests,

Temp 26c
Salinity 1.026
Cal 480ppm
mag 1540ppm
KH 10.1DKH / 3.6Meq/L
Amm 0
PH 8.2

Will test every couple of days for a while in the beggining



Full tank Shot

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Vortech position on the left side

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Aquascape I am going with

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Little bonus with the LR

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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Fugly » Tue 27 Sep, 2011 10:25 pm

Love the 'scape! Looks really neat!
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Doomant » Sun 02 Oct, 2011 10:26 pm

Ok its been 1 week since setup. Not long I know. I have been testing all week to see how things are panning out Water wise.

Probably not that interesting to some, here are some results. (All using redsea testkits)

The test posted on the 27/9/11 was actually done on the 25th.
Temp 26c
Salinity 1.026
Cal 480ppm
mag 1540ppm
KH 10.1DKH / 3.6Meq/L
Amm 0
PH 8.2


28/9/11
Temp 26c
Salinity 1.026
ammonia 0.1ppm
Nitrite 0.2ppm
Nitrate 0.75ppm
P04 0.36ppm
PH 8.1 - 8.2 ( redsea test kit isnt the best for this)

30/9/11
temp 26c
Salinity 1.026
PH 8.2
ammonia 0
Nitrite 0.1

2/10/11
Temp 26c
Salinity 1.026
PH 8.1
Ammonia 0ppm
Nitrite 0.1ppm
Nitate 0ppm
P04 0.16ppm
KH 2.7meq/L / 7.6 dkh
Cal 430ppm
Mag 1380ppm

I should also add I have been using RedSea n03p04-x since the 28th at 2ml a day. Should I be using it in the cycling period? Reason I started using it is I didn't want my p04 levels to get to high.

The chiller is going to have to get moved out of the cabinet, to much heat build up/not enough ventilation. I have a unistar 300 and it is constantly running in this enviroment to keep the temp at 26c.
but this will openmore room for other bits and pieces.

for now I am only going to do a weekly dose of Cal, Mag and KH until I get a dosing pump. The n03p04-x gets added everyday. Might have to start looking into some prob moniters/controllers for pumping.

Please give any advice if I am starting to go the wrong way here guys, still new and learning but love the experience around all the other TJ's in this community.
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Doomant » Thu 29 Dec, 2011 7:11 pm

So its been a while since an update was posted.

New hailea 300a chiller. (old one died), lots of new bits and pieces

this is a fts of my rsm now.

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Things are ok, but not good enough. I am having trouble with some of the the redsea test kits not providing accurate results. mainly the Phosphate test kit. As soon as I can I will be ordering the Hanna checker.

At the moment I am not having to many problems, but I can forsee certain issues starting to arise. Mainly phosphate and nitrate issues. At the moment I am using the N03p04-x at 2ml daily via a kamoer dosing pump. Although it is keeping my nitrates at undectable levels, it is not doing much with p04 reduction. For this I am toying with the idea of an overflow into a 2ft sump to house a dsb and refugium+skimmer. that way i can be rid of the n03p04-x altogether.

Does anyone else (picasso?) have a sump setup for there Max?

BTW Picasso if you are reading this how is the LED mod for your tank coming along?

Will post more photos later.
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby picasso » Sun 01 Jan, 2012 7:33 pm

still waiting for the LED kit,ETA was 4-6 weeks from Canada on week 5 atm cant wait
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Doomant » Sun 01 Jan, 2012 9:35 pm

yeah mate, I cant wait to see your tank with it fitted!
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Doomant » Sun 22 Jan, 2012 8:37 pm

So, Wasn't entirely happy with the scape/flow of my tank I have changed it around and added a little more liverock. Will post up pics tomorrow.

As far as water Parameters go;

Temp 26c
Sal 35ppt

Thefollowing with Redsea testkits
KH 8.4dkh
Mag 1360ppm
Cal 430ppm
Nitate 0.25ppm

hanna checker
Phosphate 0.06

Starting to see some good growth with the duncans and some of the hammers.
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Haydn24 » Mon 23 Jan, 2012 12:22 am

Nice tank :) I just got myself a 130D today :) where did you get your media basket and skimmer mod top from?

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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Doomant » Mon 23 Jan, 2012 7:48 am

got them from here http://shop.mediabaskets.com/ although, now not really worth it. I am now looking into creating a overflow to a small sump and replacing the lighting with LED's.
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Doomant » Sat 04 Feb, 2012 6:18 am

Ok setting up my overflow (willpostpics after).

Dont laugh , but instead of a small sump in the cabinet, I convinced the wife to give me some 'play' room and got 3 60L storage units that I plan to plumb behind the tank. 1 dsb ( more area than my tank for a dsb) , this will flow out and down a algae scrubber into a refugium. I plan to light this opposite to my display to stop the PH swings I get atm. Lastly into the return section where I plan to house my ATO and dosing pump outlets, chiller line in (line out in the dsb). This isnt about a tidy display for me anymore. I really want to find what will work best for me. Better to learn on a small tank rather than a big ($$$$) one.

question. Apart from lighting my algae scrubber and fuge, do I need to light my dsb?
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Onsan » Sat 04 Feb, 2012 9:37 am

updates? how's it travelling?
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Doomant » Sat 04 Feb, 2012 7:34 pm

Tank itself is going good, I am getting it off the n03p04-x.

Tomorrow I start building my 'sump area' behind the tank. For me this tank is all learning and having fun, getting a good routine, fine tuning. All the stuff to do before getting bigger.
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby fsamir » Thu 09 Feb, 2012 2:46 pm

Nice setup. The stand is just perfect.

I had the same problem with a chiller inside of the stand and I solved by adding 2 fans. One is next to the chiller and blowing air out, the other one is a 45 degrees fan, sucking air from the first fan. I had to do this way because my stand is only 6cm from the wall.
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In addition, in my personal opinion you don't need all those supplements. It is just easier, safer and cheaper to do water changes, since it is a small volume of water.

I am looking forward to seeing the progress of your tank.
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Doomant » Thu 09 Feb, 2012 6:02 pm

Yeah I do 20L weekly water change now. Just sticking to Cal, Alk and Mag supplements with the dosing pump. Almost finished my little sump project. Will post up pics soon, just been real busy.
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 mkII

Postby Mr Reefer » Thu 09 Feb, 2012 10:20 pm

fsamir wrote:In addition, in my personal opinion you don't need all those supplements. It is just easier, safer and cheaper to do water changes, since it is a small volume of water.


Very true.

Good husbandry will always win over dosing to remove nitrates. Phosphates can sometimes be a little harder to shake and often supplements can help short term in those situations.

Doomant wrote:Yeah I do 20L weekly water change now. Just sticking to Cal, Alk and Mag supplements with the dosing pump. Almost finished my little sump project. Will post up pics soon, just been real busy.


I think over 3 or 4 weeks you will see a great improvement in the water quality if you stick to that.

I do the same thing on my RSM (20L weekly water change, dose Seachem Reef Builder & Seachem Advantage Calcium), and it is thriving.

Water changes are so underrated, especially on small reef setups like the RSM130.

Your tank is looking great, I look forward to seeing some more pics.
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Re: Doomants RSM 130 *upgrade*

Postby Doomant » Sun 12 Feb, 2012 6:31 pm

:clap: :clap: :clap:

Here it is!

So as I have said somewhere around the place here before, I have been toying with my RSM , using it as a experimental tank or somewhere along the lines.

My main goal was to get off the N03P04-x and to go about a more natural approach to nutrient control. For this I have opted for a DSB, Fuge and ATS.

Creating a overflow for a RSM130 was giving me the [censored], So I decided (with some convincing from Richard @ townsville Aquariums) to give drilling the back a chance. Being a Saturday afternoon, not many places open, MASRQ member Zookpower1 (Adrian) came to my aid helping me with a bulkhead and the glass holesaw needed. Big thanks to Adrian for this!

Drilling it out was easy, though I must admit I have never drilled glass before and quite a bit of nervous sweat was rolling down my face.

Here is the bulkhead position in the back part of the RSM130


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As you can see I have kept the great little Tunze 9002 skimmer inplace right infront of the wier.


From the tank it enters the fuge. Here I have a small amount of caurlerpa taxifolia.

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Underneath is my DSB and ATS. The ATS is actually the return from the chiller. I have seeded the DSB with some of the sand from my tank and also added in a piece of liverock that is home to a mantis shrimp.

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Finally it goes to the return section. Here is where the pump for the chiller is located and the return to the tank pump. Also has the tunze ATO and is where my dosing pump tubes enter.

Before the return line gets to the tank I have put in a T piece and a ball valve to make water changes a bit easier and less messy.

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In the display I have run the return pipe behind my rock work to a 90 elbow the fits snug inside a small hole in the rock. I have drilled a small hole in the pipe just below te water line so if the power goes out, al lthe water doesnt end up siphoning back into my sump and over filling it.

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Thanks for reading, Hopefully have a new LED light this week and as soon as the scrubber have matured and in working order with stable parameters, I'LL GET SOME SPS YAY!!!!! :cheers:
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Re: Doomants RSM130 heavily modified

Postby Doomant » Wed 15 Feb, 2012 8:31 pm

So on monday, just as I was starting to get a little algae coloring on my algae scrubber I did a p04 test. It came back @ 0.14.

Today (wednesday) I redone the p04 test as well as a few others.

The algae turf scrubber is now a light brown and starting to see some algae growth.

test results today.

p04 = 0.05 (hanna checker)
n03 = 0.5ppm (redsea test)
KH = 8.2 DkH (redsea test)
Cal = 490ppm (redsea test)
Mag = 1520ppm (redsea test)

my LED light should arrive tomorrow apparently, so will be good to set that up this weekend.

Question un-related to this Tj, does anyone with a tank room and a large tank run a inverter air-con 24/7 rather than use a chiller? would the power difference be that much especially if the aircon is on tariff?

I have found with this small tank that if I have the air con @ 25 my tank sits @ 24.8 and the chiller never needs to turn on. So my theory is that if i were to have a large scale tank and sump set up in a aircon room would this be better than having a large chiller or 2?
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Re: Doomants RSM130 heavily modified

Postby Doomant » Thu 23 Feb, 2012 7:28 pm

Algae turf scrubber is working well. P04 has now dropped to 0.02

Nitrates are at 0.25ppm

Apologies for photo quality, is off my phone
Current FTS.

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Some green zoos

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Goni

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Green Hammer

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orange hammer

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green stem hammer

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Can anyone ID this for me
I have another that has moved up to the return so maybe a type of anenome?

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Re: Doomants RSM130 heavily modified

Postby Doomant » Fri 24 Feb, 2012 5:02 pm

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Re: Doomants RSM130 heavily modified

Postby Doomant » Fri 24 Feb, 2012 8:30 pm

My tank is FULL!

Hopefully the tank will cope with with extra bioload of coral.

Big MASSIVE thanks to Mark(reefpix)

I am so excited right now I am lost for words (doesn't happen much hahaha)

So here is the new Vid , CHECK IT OUT!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6jiG2hB ... e=youtu.be
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Re: Doomants RSM130 heavily modified*now with sps*

Postby fishguy24 » Thu 29 Mar, 2012 8:05 pm

Top looking tank mate.
What camera are you using to shoot the vid?
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Re: Doomants RSM130 heavily modified*now with sps*

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