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    Who needs Uniseals?

    Hi everyone i putting an order on Aquaticeco.com for uniseals. If anyone is interested let me know. I will put the order at the end of the week.
    55G CSS 3004, 2 Seio 620, 220WT5HO lighting, Yellow tang, yellow tail damsel, 2 clownfish, 1 shrimp, pulsing, soft corals.

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    Need is a little strong a word, but, I'd take an assortment for playing purposes.

    I'd take two of each 3/4", 1" and 1.5".
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    Can we not get uniseal's in Ottawa?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xenon
    Can we not get uniseal's in Ottawa?
    I looked everywhere in Canada and could not find any. So I'm ordering from the states and will pick up in Massena.
    55G CSS 3004, 2 Seio 620, 220WT5HO lighting, Yellow tang, yellow tail damsel, 2 clownfish, 1 shrimp, pulsing, soft corals.

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    I will put my order with premium aquatics from another post...
    55G CSS 3004, 2 Seio 620, 220WT5HO lighting, Yellow tang, yellow tail damsel, 2 clownfish, 1 shrimp, pulsing, soft corals.

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    How good are these things? They don't look to sturdy.....?

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    For reef level equipment, lots of people are using them. Including at the bottom of top off or salt water buckets.

    They aren't as good as a true bulkhead, but, they work quite will, from what I've read.
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    On a flat surface I'd stick with a bulhead, but on a curved surface, like a skimmer, this is where they work great. The key is to make sure that the hole you drill is the correct size and nice and clean. They are not as forgiving as a bulkhead because they seal in a smaller area.

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    You stop your search in canada to soon : reefconcept.com :wink5:

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    Thank you.
    55G CSS 3004, 2 Seio 620, 220WT5HO lighting, Yellow tang, yellow tail damsel, 2 clownfish, 1 shrimp, pulsing, soft corals.

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