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Old 09-27-2019, 05:01 PM
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Are you using an aquarium you used to use for fish? In other words, you have aquarium experience? If so, same thickness glass as you'd use on an aquarium. I had an LED aquarium light that fit one of my tanks (back when it had fish in it) and left that part of top open where light bar went. Seemed to work well, and provided a bit of ventilation.
Well I do have aquarium experience buy never used a glass top. Usually very large reef tanks with an open top. I purchased this used just for this project since its my first build. I paid $100 for a 75 gallon drilled with a heavy oak stand a Odyssea t5 quad light. I'll eventually upgrade the light but it seems to be doing pretty well actually. Everything is showing signs of growth.
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