It would be one tank per shelve, there wouldn't be space for 3 tanks in 80cma1Matt said:According to Wiki answers 1l of water weighs 1kg.
So your tanks equal 180kg.
Each shelf can hold 150kg.
I wouldn't put all 3 on one shelf!
Fred Dulley said:Do the sections have enough height in order for maintenance to be carried when the tank is there? I'm just imaging it too be a bit squished. Putting bits of wood in there too might be awkward. Just my thoughts...
Yeah I have thought about it too, but I have seen a lot of setups similar to this, I can always play around with the layout of the shelves and place a tank on the top shelve and divide the bottom part into two rather than 3 tanks.Egmel said:hmmm, I really think that's going to make serious maintenance more tricky, there really isn't a lot of room.
Maybe I'm just panicking because I've never had a tank with restricted access, I would try a practice run by suspending a shelf above a tank at the correct height and trying to prune everything/catch some shrimp/fish.
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