Aquariums, 120-200 Gallons

With a 150-180 gallon aquarium you can keep all but the largest freshwater and marine fish or create a beautiful reef environment. However, large aquariums also require serious equipment and care. Tanks this size are often deep, which for a reef means more powerful lighting that can grow corals at the bottom. You will definitely want a sump filter with strong filtration like a large cone protein skimmer. You also want to consider automation, at least an auto top off system to replenish evaporated water, if not a full aquarium controller that monitors and controls your fish tank. You will also need strong powerheads to circulate water over long distances.

Looking to set up a 150 gallon aquarium or something similar? Marine Depot has the supplies and support you need to succeed in the aquarium hobby.
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Reef 130.4 Waterbox Aquariums - 130 gallons - Black

Reef 130.4 Waterbox Aquariums - 130 gallons - Black

Peninsula 6025 Waterbox Aquariums - 183 gallons - White

Peninsula 6025 Waterbox Aquariums - 183 gallons - White

Reef 130.4 Waterbox Aquariums - 130 gallons - White

Reef 130.4 Waterbox Aquariums - 130 gallons - White

Peninsula 6025 Waterbox Aquariums - 183 gallons - Black

Peninsula 6025 Waterbox Aquariums - 183 gallons - Black

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