I'm in the process of setting up a 33-gallon tank for african cichlids. I'm planning on having a 15-20 gallon sump, which will house a heater and aqua-filter. And there will be 2 powerheads and a bubble wall in the tank.
Any suggestions so far?
My main question is the plumbing for the sump - I'm planning on getting 3 holes drilled: 1 just under water level for out-flow to the sump, 1 near the bottom (under gravel) for water in-flow from the sump, and 1 near the bottom (also under gravel) for air in-flow for the bubble wall. How big should the holes/tubing be? What size water pump do you recommend? Are these good spots for the holes? What kind of tubing do you recommend?
Thanks for any advice you can offer!
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