Those are two excellent points:It will be around 75-80 gallon in volume so plenty large for a 210....in fact, its bloody huge at almost half the volume of your main tank so if your plumbing is designed properly, the chance of flooding is pretty slim in case of power outages. When the power goes out, sump setups tend to siphon water back into the sump. All depends on how your overflows are set up. I'm no expert at these things so hopefully others can help. I had this sump custom built but decided to abandon due to noise that was too excessive for my tv room due to my poor choice of an uberpowerful pump.
What's going in the tank? Example: for a wet/dry should you plan for a protein skimmer for a brackish tank? Is it really necessary? Or would you be better putting your money into a higher end UV?Hi guys
i have been in this hobby for more than 2 years, but only been using
canister filters, i am building a 210g now and want to go wet/dry this time
any help would be great!