Weir Cover

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Hi guys,

Just curious to know if anybody have the tank's weir covered? If so, could you post some photos of the weir's cover please?

I'm thinking of getting it covered to stop livestock going down to the sump but not sure how ...

Many thanks :)

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Reply #1

You could use some gutter guard plastic mesh

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Reply #2

Is it reef safe mate?

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Reply #3

Depends what type you get.  The solid plastic stuff is.  Don't get anything with metal in it.

You could also use the netting that fruit/vegtables come in.  That's food grade, and won't leak any nasties.

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Many thanks mate :)

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