Subject: Re: NANFA-L-- articles for AC / Bottle tanks
From: James Smith (jbosmith-in-gmail.com)
Date: Wed Nov 17 2004 - 14:42:42 CST
Home depot has big heavy duty bins for construction supplies that are
almost a quarter inch thick too.
I have two of the 15 (I'm guessing) sterite tubs that I kept banded
killies and brown mystery snails in this summer. They were mostly a
holding place for plants, and the killies and snails kept them
fertilized. They worked great and never bowed.
That reminds me, I should really go get the water out of those.. it's
currently freezing-in-night and thawing during the day, but the
thawing won't last much longer :-)
On Wed, 17 Nov 2004 12:09:43 -0800 (PST), matt ashton
> There are some things a little stronger than sterilite/tote's that we have
> used-in-work for tank raising applications. They were basically trash bins
> made of I think HDPEP sp? (high density Poly something or other) as well as
> some round ones that were obviuos for water storage. Something kinda clever
> we got from the dry cleaner next door was one of their huge carts. It did
> bow out however when it was full. One way that it was somewhat corrected was
> to build an outside frame for it to help with its shape out of 2 x 4's that
> also double as the fram for the light rack. It's on wheel's too and even
> able to move when full of water...how convienent is that! For about 12 bucks
> Rubbermaid makes a round fairly thick rubber tub, im sure youve seen em all
> of the place, they store ice and laundry great, and its 16 gallons....how
> many places can you get a 16 gallon container that hol! ds water that well
> for 12 bucks. Personally I think glass is overated unless you need one side
> of it to view and obviously for display.
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: Fri Dec 31 2004 - 12:42:51 CST