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Old 03-04-2006, 01:42 PM   #1
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odd sump shape

sooo....the latest sump dilemna is: the space where i want to keep my sump is very limited in space, and the largest plastic container i can find that will fit in the cramped space is the Rubbermaid Pets Scoop'n Store Pet Food Storage - 20.75"W X 11.75"D X 24"H, just over 20 g. capacity i figured. Is it alright to have such a deep sump, with little surface area? I want to run my Aquac remora in the sump, will it work alright? Does anyone know if this will hold it's shape, filled with water?

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Old 03-05-2006, 12:26 PM   #2
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As long as you have a skimmer running on air rather than ozone, surface area isn't a big deal. You'll have plenty of oxygen.

Rubbermaid stuff is usually pretty good about standing up to water. Straight sides may bow out a bit, but it should hold and not break.
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