RedSea S-400

Andover, UK
Volume 400 Liters
Make Red Sea
Model Max S-400
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Filtration

The MAX S-System is supplied with the main system pump which also feeds the C-Skim 1800 protein skimmer and Chiller. Mechanical filtration is by sponges which are located on the feed to sump, Carbon filtration is after the skimmer compartment in the Sump.
The Sponges are washed every other week to stop the becoming biologically active.

Lighting

The MAX S-Series slide & swivel lighting system consists of three individually switched lighting units. The identical front and rear 4 x T5 units are hinged to the lighting chassis that slides across the top of the aquarium providing total access for all maintenance and reefscaping tasks. The centre unit has an additional 2 x T5 lights and 12 LED moonlights.
I have removed the control of the lighting from the built in analog timers and now control them individually through the EB6 on the Apex

Flow

The aquarium includes a discreet rear chamber housing powerful circulation pumps and a flow controlled downpipe to the in-cabinet sump. The positioning of the circulation pumps guarantees complete water circulation throughout the entire aquarium. I have added an additional 2 Tunze power heads to increase water movement around my live rock aquascaping.

Measurements

Temperature
pH
Salinity
283
ORP
162
Alkalinity
Ammonia
Nitrate
Phosphate
430
Potassium
430
Calcium
Magnesium
Nitrite

Inhabitants

15 Fish

Aiptasia Eating Filefish. Acreichthys tomentosus
6 BlueGreen Chromis Chromis sp
Bluestreak cleaner wrasse Labroides dimidiatus
Canary Blenny Meiacanthus oualanensis
Lipstick Tang Naso lituratus
Ocellaris Clownfish Amphiprion ocellaris
2 Pajama Cardinalfish Sphaeramia nemanoptera
Powder Blue Tang Acanthurus leucosternon
Red Sea Sailfin Tang Zebrasoma desjardinii

37 Corals

4 Acan Brain Coral Acanthastrea
Bali Slimer Acropora yongei
3 Branched Montipora Coral Montipora digitata
2 Branched Montipora Coral Montipora digitata
Bubble Coral Plerogyra sinuosa
3 Gorgonian cream Gorgonian sp
2 Green Hystrix Seriatopora Guttatus
Green Star Polyps Briareum violacea
3 Leptastrea Red Leptastrea
Plating Montipora Montipora foliosa green
2 Pocillopora damicornis Pocillopora damicornis
3 Pocillopora damicornis Pocillopora damicornis
Porites densa Porites densa
Purple Plating Montipora Montipora monaseriata
Torch Coral Euphyllia glabrescens
2 Torch Coral Euphyllia glabrescens
3 Velvet Finger Coral - silverblue Montipora digitata

28 Invertebrate

Banded Coral Shrimp Stenopus hispidus
3 Berghia Nudibranchs Berghia Nudibranchs
Blood Red Fire Shrimp Lysmata debelius
Feather-duster worm Sabellidae worm
3 Maxima Clam Tridacna maxima
4 Peppermint Shrimp Lysmata wurdemanni complex
Porcelain Crab Petrolisthes galathinus
Sand Sifting Sea Star Astropecten polycanthus
5 Scarlet Reef Hermit Crab Paguristes cadenati
4 Scarlet Skunk Cleaner Shrimp Lysmata amboinensis
Tiger Sand Conch Strombus spp
2 Tube Anemone Cerianthus sp
Turbo Snail Turbo fluctuosa

Equipment

Aquarium
Bacteria
KorallenZucht Cyano Clean
ZEOvit Biomate
Pump
My target is to get the system in a ULNS condition. But with a large fish stock this may be a bit of a challenge.

Additives

I dose Red Sea NO3:PO4-X for the control of Nitrates and Phosphate.

Feeding See more

Brine Shrimp (2 cubes) · New Era Grazer Rings · New Era Marine Flakes · Frozen Krill Pacifica (1/2 Cube) · Brine Shrimp (1 cube) · Frozen Brine Shrimp (1 cube) · ZEOvit ZEOfood 7 · New Era Aegis Flakes · Polyp Lab Reef-Roids · Frozen Brine Shrimp (2 cube) · Polyp Lab Reef-Roids 1/4 tea spoon · New Era Marine Flakes (1 pinch) · New Era Aegis Flakes (1 pinch) · Gamma Brine Shrimp Blister Pack (2 Blisters) · Gamma Rotifers Blister Pack (1/2 Blister) · Nyos Coral Nectar · Calanus - Reef Grazer · Nyos Coral Nectar 4 drops · Aquaforest Coral F

On average you perform a 12.3% water change every 7 days.

0% total water change in December.

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