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  1. I am looking for recommendations for heavy duty steel racks for 20 gallon aquariums for my fish room. looking for it to hold 4-5 tanks on each rack. Thanks!
  2. Hello! I am looking into some kind of shelving where I can have stacked tanks. My question is, what is the largest tank you have on that kind of shelving? Also, What brand do you use? Thanks!
  3. Hey guys. Looking to put an actual fish rack in my apartment (ground floor, concrete floors). I want to have a 40 breeder, a 20 long, and a couple tens on it. Looking at the gladiator 36x18x72 that has the “laminate” shelves instead of the particle board. Anyone have this same shelf? Do you use it with tank directly on the laminate shelf or did you still do plywood? Maybe just a rubber leveling mat on top of the laminate? Also, does a 40 breeder fit on this shelf? thanks guys! https://www.lowes.com/pd/Gladiator-EZ-Connect-18-in-D-x-36-in-W-x-72-in-H-5-Tier-Steel-Freestanding-Shelving-Unit/1000197475
  4. Hello, Does anyone have experience with the industrial style racking for a fishroom? I will be building a fishroom this year. The room is in my outbuilding with sprayfoam insulation. I am building a smaller room inside the outbuilding for a man cave/fishroom. The room is a little over 16x16. Concrete floors with a couple of floor drains. Originally, I was going to fill that 16x16 room with wall to wall tanks! But I have come to my senses and I am going to limit myself to one wall with an auto water change system. My fish interest goes sky high during the spring and summer and falls to nonexistent once fall comes back around and my outdoor hobbies start up. So since I am sticking to one wall, the metal shelving seems to give the most flexibility and space. But I worry about the sturdiness. So far, the wall will contain: (2) 125g (6) 40 breeder (9) 20 gallon (or 15's if I can find them).
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