Salt Water Brackish Water Articles DIY

How to protect metal temperature probes from salty water

Today I will show you a simple escamotage to protect the temperature probes with metal head from corrosion of sea water. Lately, I have often done DIY projects, especially in aquariums, where the use of temperature probes for salty water in your aquarium was required. As long as these probes are plastic all fine, but […]

Sweet Water Salt Water Articles DIY

How to build a plywood fiberglass tank Part 1

Not very popular in Italy, plywood tanks, are most used for sweet water aquaria, while in the United States they are commonly used for the salt water too. The winning characteristics of a plywood tank are remarkable flexibility, robustness, lightness, and even lower thermal dispersion, especially if covered with a canopy that is nothing but a cap, […]