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The disease free curing station

A facility such as yours that is by the Ocean / Gulf can bring in and endless supply of clean disease free saltwater, either by a saltwater well or pumping it directly from the Ocean / Gulf through sand filters and / or diatom pool filters, which filter down to 1 micron which is smaller than almost all parasites and some bacteria. The water is pumped though ¾” PVC pipe and poured into small containers such as an upside down 5 gallon water jugs or for larger fish, aquatic ecosystems makes a 48” tub with a funneled bottom. One fish is placed in each 5 gal. jug where the parasites go though their natural life cycle of falling off the fish. Now here’s the secret; the water falling out of the bottom of the jug along with any parasites or disease does not run into another tank full of fish or the next jug. It is simply pumped back into the ground at the other end of the building killing any parasites or disease.

No water touches one fish then another separating the disease from the fish and not making any others sick just by filtering them off. Then the fish can be put together in other holding tanks not running with any other systems for later or direct sale. Although not our first choice the same principle could be applied to a closed loop system too, as long as the water is being filtered down to one micron or smaller before returning to the jugs or tanks. We use single units (pictured below) designed for one fish that uses 5 gals. of water and a maxi jet 1200 pumping through a 5 micron carbon block whole house filter 60 times an hour, where we can place a ten inch queen angel covered in ick for 3 - 5 days totally curing the fish with no chemicals, just good clean filtered water, the same jugs have cured different fish of bacteria infections without chemicals as well. We find that most fish with cloudy eye or fungus, etc. will simply get better when put in good clean water.

Although we have a provisional patent on the process of filtering off ick, the only reason we got the patent is so we can give it freely to the world to take better care of the fish they are already taking out of the wild.

 

 

 

 


Handy feeder / grabber

We just received our Paten Pending status for this invention and we offer it freely to the world. This is the handiest tool in our store. You can feed your eels, anemones, lion fish, anglers, with a realistic live movement. You can pick up fallen corals in small places, and even catch mantis shrimp and bristle worms. Lots of uses and keeps your hands out of your tank.

Take .80 to .105 ROUND weed eater sting and split one end, down the middle, approximately 5/8 of an inch with a razor blade mounted in a vice, (CAREFULLY). Spread cut ends wide and quickly touch the seam with a hot soldering iron to help keep  the spring. Bend and squish grabber ends with needle nose pliers.

Slide weed-eater string through 3/16 ridged air line tubing 12" - 36". Cut off 1/2" past tube.

Cut 3/4" PVC pipe into 1/8" ring, sand if needed.

Drill small hole just smaller than the weed-eater string. (Tight fit)

Twist PVC ring onto the weed eater string after applying a tiny drop of super glue until ring touches the hard tubing and the grabber end is still open. Cut and melt leftover string inside the ring.

To use; place index finger in ring and hold tube with your thumb and middle finger, moving index finger up and down to open and close.

You now have the handiest tools EVER for under $2




625 gallon surge system

Step 1; Start with empty 625 gal. "Stock Tank" and two 55 gal. Barrels with removable lids.
Step 2; Drill the holes in the bottom of the barrel for toilet valve and 1” bulk head
Step 3; Using nylon trout line tie 16 oz. empty bottle to toilet valve and cut 1” PVC pipe to match height of the other pipe. Install toilet valve and extra emergency 1” bulk head
Step 4; Cut the edge of the basket off and cut 3 1/4” hole for 2” shower drain
Step 5; Cut and install a 2’ piece of 2” PVC pipe to shower drain then turn over and add the strainer
Step 6, After rinsing place basket assembly in barrel and add 1 ½ buckets coral life bio-balls
Step 7; Place carbon and phosphate pad in a circular pattern 8 pads total 4 carbon 4 phosphate
Step 8; drill a 1 ¾” hole for a 1” bulk head in center a barrel lid for water in, Place a 1” street elbow to connect hose and attaches to your pump (we use a mag 12) other pipe is an air vent
Step 9; Attach a 2” rubber elbow to toilet valve and a 1” street elbow to the bulk head aiming the water towards the middle

Additional:
We added lighting supports to hang 1000 watt 20k over center With 2 x 4 hangman noose style stands 1000 lbs of live rock, mother colonies and Rescued fish to stock.

Tip;
A small amount of water in the bottle will determine the dump time. Play with it outside with a garden hose for desired dump cycle.

Conclusion:
This procedure could be used not only to culture corals but also house or “Purge” your seafood, such as; shrimp, crabs, fish, oysters etc. You can keep outdoors but should be climate controlled depending on what you plan on keeping. Add a tarp with bungee cords, to protect from the elements, be creative. You could also add bags of carbon to add to the filtering process and reduce the amount of bio-balls. This also could be used with different size stock tanks and barrels. The creatures don’t care if it’s All Glass, Oceanic, Perfecto. They don’t care if it’s rimless, glass or acrylic, They care about GOOD water, GOOD filtration.

PARTS LIST: Approximate cost $500 in parts and the Light $500 = Total $1000

2 - 24” baskets, 2 - 6 foot hoses (1 ¼” flex hose), 2 barrels, 2 mag 12’s (Supreme Danner mag drive pumps), 1 - 625 gal (stock) tank, 2 - 2” rubber elbow', 4 - 1” street elbows, 2 - $10 toilet valves, 2 - 16 oz. bottles, 2 - 2’ PVC pipes, 2 - 2” shower drain, and strainers (plastic), 2 - ¾” threaded couplers (for mag drive to flex pipe), 16 pads, 4 - 1” bulkhead, 24” - 1” pipe (2 10” pieces and 2 - 2” pieces), Add Light of choice.

For any other information you may need contact us.


(Bubble up the Bay) our water aerator is the best way to help oxygenate the water. Increasing the oxygen levels will help in the recovery process.

Take any type of water pump and place ice maker line in the end of the strainer. The end of the ice maker line can be zip tide to any dock and will allow air to be sucked in and chopped up thus producing oxygenated water.


DO IT YOURSELF

 "TOOLS OF THE TRADE"

FEEDER: Does your frozen cube have a tendency to get sucked up to the overflow? Don't have time to thaw it out? Make this simple yet efficient tool.

Take a 1" strainer and cut out one section. Take the heater holder and insert into the end of the strainer. Place it directly in front of your water flow, that will help thaw out the cube and disperse the food like a snow dome. Cleaner shrimp will help this along and your fish will learn where to come to get their food. Also gives you a great opportunity to inspect your fish. Works great!



THIS IS A BIG ONE.

FILTRATION, FILTRATION, FILTRATION.

We At Sea Save Inc. have been running this type of filtration on our systems for over 7 years with little to no loss. Reduced loss of life significantly on sluffing crab systems, and breeding endangered species for the aquarium trade. Set-up and delivered many aquariums to peoples homes with this type a filtration system as well. Easy to maintain on a long term basis. We give this information freely so the creatures we put in them will not only live but thrive and breed. If you have any further questions, you may stop in, call, or email. We also can make these for you.








ITEMS NEEDED :

BLACK TOTE – HOME DEPOT  - $10

3 DRAWER (STERILITE) – TOTE – WAL-MART - $15

1” – STREET ELBOW – LOWES, HOME DEPOT -  $1

EGG CRATE (CEILING TILE) – LOWES, HOME DEPOT –  $12

HOSE CLAMPS - $1

DOUBLE SYSTEM:

SHOWER DRAINS – $7

2 – 2” COUPLERS – $5

2” PVC PIPE (DEPENDS ON LENGTH) - $5

TOOLS :

DRILL

DRILL PRESS

CUTTERS

POCKET KNIFE

AQUARIUM SUPPLIES :

FILTER PAD (POLY FIBER) - $6

CARBON PAD - $6

PHOSPHATE PAD - $6

BIO BALLS (CORAL LIFE) (5 GAL. BUCKET) - $60

(BAGS OF CARBON) (MARINE LAND/ BLACK DIAMOND))- 68OZ. - $30

3’ CRINKLE HOSE - $25

1” BULK HEAD  - $10

THESE ARE APPROX. PRICES