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Old March 16th 06, 09:55 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.misc
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We have a 500 gallon salt water tank that was leaking. (8 ft wide x 4
ft high x 2 ft deep).

It is not repairable and we do not want to spend the 10 grand it will
cost to replace it.

It was suggested that we would be able to utilize the tank as a "dry
tank" which would house shells and dry coral in an attractive display
similar to the one shown he

http://www.molluscan.com/dennison/images/aquarium.jpg

Does anyone have a recommendation as to who might be able to design
this for us? We are a business located in Perris, CA (Southern
California)

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Old March 17th 06, 05:17 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.misc
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This sounds very interesting. You might want to repost to
rec.aquaria.marine.reefs, which has tons more traffic. If you end up
doing this, please keep everyone up to date on it!!

b

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"Betty" wrote in message
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We have a 500 gallon salt water tank that was leaking. (8 ft wide x
4
ft high x 2 ft deep).

It is not repairable and we do not want to spend the 10 grand it
will
cost to replace it.

It was suggested that we would be able to utilize the tank as a
"dry
tank" which would house shells and dry coral in an attractive
display
similar to the one shown he

http://www.molluscan.com/dennison/images/aquarium.jpg

Does anyone have a recommendation as to who might be able to design
this for us? We are a business located in Perris, CA (Southern
California)



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Old March 17th 06, 09:31 PM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.misc
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Thanks for the tip. I'll post over their as well.

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Old March 22nd 06, 07:44 AM posted to rec.aquaria.marine.misc
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"Betty" wrote in message
oups.com...
We have a 500 gallon salt water tank that was leaking. (8 ft wide x 4
ft high x 2 ft deep).

It is not repairable and we do not want to spend the 10 grand it will
cost to replace it.

It was suggested that we would be able to utilize the tank as a "dry
tank" which would house shells and dry coral in an attractive display
similar to the one shown he

http://www.molluscan.com/dennison/images/aquarium.jpg

Does anyone have a recommendation as to who might be able to design
this for us? We are a business located in Perris, CA (Southern
California)


Betty,
I had GlassCages build me a tank and they did an excellent job. You can find
them at glasscages.com


 




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