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Universal "All in one" Systems
Old 08-05-2006, 05:57 PM   #1
 
Universal "All in one" Systems

Hi everyone,

I am considering getting a second tank because I have been told that two fish I want are not compatible. I noticed they sell "Universal" systems that have wet/dry, bio, and mechanical filtration as well as a protein skimmer built into the tank.

Does anyone have any experience with these types of setups or experience with them?

Thanks!
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Old 08-05-2006, 06:41 PM   #2
 
I have never seen that kind before, but I have see wet/dry, bio, and mechanical filtration all in one. That would be alright if they did sell somthing like that. I have to do some research on that one.


What kind of fish were you thinking about getting?
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Old 08-06-2006, 11:53 AM   #3
 
We were thinking about moving our existing Dog Face Puffer and Bicolor Angel to a larger tank so we can get more fish. They are currently in a 55 gallon. We were thinking about a 200 gallon Universal tank so that we wouldn't have to contend with all of the wires, devices, etc. It sounds like a cleaner solution than even a sump tank.

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I have never seen that kind before, but I have see wet/dry, bio, and mechanical filtration all in one. That would be alright if they did sell somthing like that. I have to do some research on that one.


What kind of fish were you thinking about getting?
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