Large and impressive, this 700-gallon aquarium also has a calming effect on the patients who come to this clinic. The aquarium boasts custom-built rock work, commercial-class life support, and a computer control center which notifies our technicians if something has gone out of standards and the aquarium needs our attention.
Corals in the tank are supported by a large-sized dual-chamber calcium reactor and have been given ample room to grow and cover the rock work.
This “Incredible Hulk Leptoseris” has tripled in size since it was added to the aquarium, and has now become one of the focal points of the display.
The Lightning Maroon Clown Fish is one of the rarest Clown Fish, and is in high demand. This one shares the aquarium with a Platinum Clown Fish and a large Gold Striped Maroon Clown Fish.
The Cornbred Blue Eyed Flamethrower is one of the most sought after corals by collectors.
We were asked to come out and help restore the aquarium after an independent technician made a series of major errors. This is what the tank looked like when we arrived:
We began building an extensive life support system, starting with a custom-built sump.
Then we designed and installed a complex plumbing system.
We were also developing the aquascape with a custom built ReefScaping™ rock display for the tank. We went with tonga rock sculptures, resulting in a lively and growing piece of the ocean in their waiting area, and creating a calming and relaxing mood in the room.