NANFA-L-- Tank Bottom

Bausch, Kenneth (
Wed, 18 Jan 2006 13:57:57 -0800

Recently, I have been given two very large aquariums-in-work. The bottoms are
thin stainless steel plates. Over the years, electrolysis has occurred from
the rocks which were once in the tank and the steel. There are pinholes and I
need an easy and affordable way to seal the bottom. Some people have
suggested silicon and others epoxy gels. If anyone has any ideas, please let
me know. In the past, these tanks have leaked and damaged an office below
them. I want to do what is best for the fish and try to keep the people below
us dry.

Kenneth Bausch
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