Wood laminate floor and large aquariums?

The reason that there is rather large safety factor built into the floor design is to take care of as many unknowns and imperfections as possible. Did the plumber cut a notch in the bottom of your floor joists for his piping? Is there any insect damage or maybe a little dry rot? Is there a split or knot in the wood in a zone of high stress? No one wants to have to replace their floor because it is not in perfect condition. So if your aquarium loads your floor over the safe load limit you might not be in danger of collapsing the floor, you might just have less safety factor than recommended. If you're stretching the load limits of your floor structure, then be absolutely sure that your floor structure has no imperfections.

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A solid and thicker style of wood. Unusual branching and suited to large aquariums. Excellent at reducing pH and softening water. It can be identified by its distinctive solid structure, bi-tone colours and nobule like growths that protrude from its lengths. Mopani is a stronger wood and an excellent supportive base for more intricate plants or driftwoods. It is also very popular in the aquarium hobby and can be found in most LFS.

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The wood becomes waterlogged after many weeks and so will sink in the aquarium. Large pieces with interesting shapes are quite collectible and are often added to aquariums to give them character.

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