Thanks for the specs. What I am considering this for is a friend/customer's tank that I have a thread running on, it's a 120 acrylic in a recessed cabinet, but the space beneath it is the same dimensions as the tank, so it could even house a 55 or 75g sump. Right now he's running it on a 30g Oceanic sump here
and him and I talked about setting up a refugium to help keep his Nitrates under control and supply pods
. If I had to guess, the bigger sump the better, more volume, stability, and margin for error (power outage, etc) since it's in an office.
I guess I have a few questions about how you installed the panes inside. How do you go about sealing up the edges of the interior glass panes when they're so close? I've re-done seals on a tank, but not interior panes so if you could maybe explain it quick so I get the general idea.