Marine Aquarium

Your guests will marvel and share your pride.
Marine fish keeping is different from its freshwater counterpart because of the fundamental differences in the constitution of saltwater and the resulting differences in the adaptation of its inhabitants. A stable Marine Aquarium (Vedio) requires more equipment than freshwater systems, and generally requires more stringent water quality monitoring. The inhabitants of saltwater aquariums are usually much more spectacular than freshwater aquarium fish. There is nothing like having a pet and taking care of it. It can be a family task where everyone gets involved at some point or other. Saltwater animal life is no exception to this and having a salt water aquarium can give you many valuable rewarding moments along the way. Though there are steps to take to do a salt Water aquarium setup successfully.

Much has been said about the difficulty in keeping marine fish. There are so many conflicting opinions on the way forward in keeping marine species in captivity.  what the filtration system should achieve. Improvements in the equipment and modern filtration has made a significant difference to the success in keeping these beautiful creatures. Not hard to keep and don't need any expert skills just common sense and patience is the most important factor. Our aquariums are custom made to your specification. By improving the aquarium system and creating a better environment we reduce the numbers of fish that die prematurely 

The equipment used in our systems will reduce power consumtion in times of economic crises and enhance the environment by producing much needed oxygen levels. We don't just build aquariums we provide the full service. Design, Construction, Installation. We provide service and back up on all complete systems. We provide systems suitable for the total beginner to large custom built aquariums for the office/hotel/restaurant. All our systems are designed for low maintenance.

Overall, you should try coming as close as you can to their natural environment in the wild. This includes adjusting the temperature/environment, biological, and water quality in your saltwater aquarium setup. Your saltwater aquarium setup will begin before you actually bring your fish to their new home. You will need to condition the environment accordingly first.
Easy setting of Marine Aquarium do it Your-Self

Aquarium Design India saltwater aquarium set up, will focus on a fish only tank. This is where we do not have a live Reef living in tank. This will make our setup a little bit easier. Before starting, you will need to make some decision on what kind of fish you would like to keep in your saltwater aquarium setup. If this is your first time it would be wise to choose the hardiest fish you can find, as they will survive situations from inexperience that some of the more demanding fish might not. 
You will need a Fish tank, Filtration System, Substrates, Heater/Thermometer, power head, protein skimmer, water pump, and maybe air pump for your saltwater aquarium setup. 

Make sure to have a safe location for your tank that is not in direct sunlight or subject to fast changes in temperature. Do not forget that some maintenance will require accessing the back of the tank, so you want to be sure to leave some clearance behind. You will also want to be sure that your saltwater aquarium setup is not in the way of children and other pets. 
Remember your filtration system is not only the devices you add, but the whole tank environment as a whole. It effectively removes debris, as well as cycles dangerous Ammonia to dangerous Nitrite finally to Nitrate. Being less water, waste is not diluted. Make sure you have well-covered Biological, Mechanical, and Chemical filtration.
Add the water to the tank up to the desired level, and install your heaters, lights, thermometer, and other decorations. Bring all systems on in your saltwater aquarium setup and get the temperature to the level you want for the aquarium tank and your intended fish. 

You should then run the aquarium tank empty for a week or two before adding any fish to it. This time allows the aquarium to become more stable and get a working bacterial floral before you add fish. 

Now that your tank has been up and running for a week or two, you are ready to add your fish. Introduce the fish very slowly and carefully to allow them time to adept to the temperature, pH and salinity of their new home and your new saltwater aquarium setup. Below are
Recommended water parameters that can be used as a guideline for general marine tanks.

pH-8.2 to 8.4
Salinity - 1.023 to 1.026 (or 30.5 to 34.5 Specific Gravity (SG))
Calcium - 380-420
Alkalinity - 6 to 9 dKh (ideally 6.5 to 8.5 dKH) NSW levels
Magnesium - 1300 to 1350
Iodine - 0.04 to 0.06
Strontium - 8ppm or 8mg/l (NSW levels)
Potassium (K+) - 380-420
Nitrite - 0
Nitrate - less than 5
Phosphate - less than 0.01

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