#### dean

##### Member

Hi all

So I’ve been setting up the discus system for a friend

Yes the usual bare bottom boring tanks

All 28 of them total of 2384 litres

Each tank is going to have a 300 watt heater in it

I know in uk I can wire 10 of these together onto a 13amp plug (max 3 kw) using 1.5 mm2 cable

My question is how to make it neat, tidy, safe and be able to replace one heater easily if required

But the worst bit is this

Cheap as possible he’s at the end of his budget and if he goes over it he won’t need to pay for a sex change his wife will do it for free

There are 3 tiers to the system

10 tanks on top and middle and 8 wider ones for growing out on the bottom

So I’m thinking of putting each row on it’s own 13amp plug and using chocolate blocks every so often but can’t think of how to make it splash proof but easily accessible

So over to you clever folk for your ideas

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They are all 3ft long and are end on using industrial racking

So from the front you are looking through what should be a side panel

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So I’ve been setting up the discus system for a friend

Yes the usual bare bottom boring tanks

All 28 of them total of 2384 litres

Each tank is going to have a 300 watt heater in it

I know in uk I can wire 10 of these together onto a 13amp plug (max 3 kw) using 1.5 mm2 cable

My question is how to make it neat, tidy, safe and be able to replace one heater easily if required

But the worst bit is this

Cheap as possible he’s at the end of his budget and if he goes over it he won’t need to pay for a sex change his wife will do it for free

There are 3 tiers to the system

10 tanks on top and middle and 8 wider ones for growing out on the bottom

So I’m thinking of putting each row on it’s own 13amp plug and using chocolate blocks every so often but can’t think of how to make it splash proof but easily accessible

So over to you clever folk for your ideas

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

They are all 3ft long and are end on using industrial racking

So from the front you are looking through what should be a side panel

Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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