Saltwater fish, more specifically reef-dwelling species, are some of the most colorful animals in the world. It’s no wonder that saltwater tanks are so popular. Aquarium hobbyists are creating magical aquariums with lush aquatic plants and natural décor elements. Though rewarding, many people don’t realize that creating a thriving saltwater tank is not very easy. Specific equipment needed to keep the tank running. Also, you must maintain a delicate balance of pH, salinity, and other parameters to keep your saltwater tank flourishing. Your success in the aquarium hobbyist world stems on the choices you make starting out. At the start, you need to choose a fish tank to cultivate a sustainable aquatic environment. Saltwater fish tanks come in all shapes and sizes. Shop saltwater fish tanks in Utah here!
Saltwater Fish Tanks
Rimless Tanks – Red Sea.
Deciding to go with a rimless tank offers the possibility to view every bit of space in the aquarium. From the Red Sea MAX Nano to the REEFER models, Red Sea tanks offer thick ultra-clear glass aquariums. They sit on an HPL coated Marine Spec cabinet base, perfect for water resistance and leveling. Red Sea rimless tanks come in various sizes. The MAX Nano is only available in a 20-gallon tank. It offers HD LED lighting with WiFi controls, advanced filtration and circulation systems, including an automatic top-off with RO reservoir. The REEFER models are designed for ease of operation. Additionally, they allow hobbyists to install unlimited choices of lighting, filtration, circulation, and controllers to create a uniquely customized system. The REEFER models have tanks ranging from 20 gallons to 200 gallons. You’ll be sure to start with a solid foundation for building a fully featured saltwater tank.
Canopy Tanks – Aqua Wood
Canopy tanks are constructed in a way that the tank is housed between a wooden cabinet base and a wooden top. The wood is either oak, maple, or pine and comes in various color selections. With Aqua Wood Canopy stands, the tank is a separate purchase. This allows you to determine the tank size you want, up to 250 gallons, then select the canopy size or vice versa. Canopy sizes range from 36 inches long x 18 inches wide to 72 inches long x 24 inches wide, with a standard
Nothing is more beautiful and awe-inspiring than a thriving saltwater aquarium, displayed in your living room for everyone to admire. No matter which saltwater tank you decide on, you’re sure to show off the majestic scenery of an ocean-like home for your colorful fish. You can shop Saltwater Fish Tanks in Utah at Aquatic Dreams in Clearfield, UT.