I bought a fish tank, with a water filtration and light installed and have been using it for almost one year, I know think it’s time to change to a saltwater aquarium but don’t know if my old fish tank is capable of sustaining saltwater fish. Please help me on this. Can saltwater aquariums be made in any fish tanks??
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Home aquarists typically use tap water supplied through their local to fill their tanks. Straight tap water cannot be used in localities that pipe chlorinated water. In the past, it was possible to "condition" the water by simply letting the water stand for a day or two, which allows the time to dissipate. However, is now used more often and does not leave the water as readily. formulated to remove chlorine or chloramine are often all that is needed to make the water ready for aquarium use. Brackish or saltwater aquaria require the addition of a commercially available and other minerals.
Aquariums and Aquarium Stands - Marine Depot
This is a general introduction into the three main saltwater aquarium types: Fish Only, FOWLR (Fish Only with Live Rock) and the Reef Tank Setup. When getting started with saltwater it is recommended to get the biggest tank you can accommodate. Bigger tanks give you more room for error when it comes to water quality.
It seems like we have been getting a lot of new posts on the forum about basic saltwater aquarium setup information. I've written this saltwater aquarium tank guide to hopefully make it easier to understand the start up process for those just getting into marine tanks. I'll make it a step by step article so it is easier to follow. The picture above is my 120 gallon reef tank.