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More tanks than not will have one or more colored background panels. It is easier to focus on the interior of an aquarium if you can’t see all the way through it. It can be distracting to see objects behind the tank that are not part of it. Plus it simply looks much better with a colored background. Though some will have colored acrylic, most aquarium panels will have a painted exterior. We use a high quality custom paint made for smooth surfaces that will not ever flake or chip off. There are always multiple coats. Black and blue are standard but we have done a variety of other custom colors as well. The picture here with some blue panels is an accurate representation of the blue we use, which matches the blue acrylic used on the interior of the tank. Other pictures throughout this website may look like different blues but it is all the same color. It looks different as the pictures are all taken in different camera light or with different cameras.
Unless specified differently, you should expect standard square vertical corners. On some tanks or in some areas it may be desirable to radius the vertical front (or other) corners of the aquarium for a better look, or to eliminate sharp corners. But this also makes it harder to fit nicely to a stand or canopy as there will be a small void where the corner of the tank had been taken away, unless the stand and canopy are custom built to accept the tank this way. One way of avoiding the (ugly) void space or having the cabinetry corners radiused as well is to have the rounded corner of the aquarium stopped short. This leaves the very top and bottom of the aquarium corner square so it fits into the cabinetry nicely. The picture here is an example of that.
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Cheap aquarium tank backgrounds, Buy Quality aquarium sump tank directly from China aquarium breeder tank Suppliers: Doo office fish tank aquarium goldfish bowl small round glass cylinder mini desk aquarium ecology¥49.80 Creative DesHere’s an aquarium that turn heads – the elliptical aquarium. It is suspended in the air with no visual obstructions. For those who want to save floor space and want to see the beauty of the ocean in gently curving ellipse, you will surely like this sleek design. It doesn’t need a stand and like the bull nose aquarium, it is a great room divider allowing you to have all-round visibility. This is an amazing design for your home, office or commercial business. If you like this type of tank, we will guide you from choosing the right location to proper maintenance and cleaning. We’ve put together a list of shapes to help you choose the perfect aquarium. In this post we will take a look at some round fish tanks.Flat Back Hexagon. The flat back hexagon is a good substitute for a rectangle or bowfront. Most applications will have the long back side up against a wall and viewed through the remaining 5 panels. It will also work well for a built-in. The four 45 degree angles between the 5 viewing panels will either be bent or mitered. Bent tanks are reserved for the smaller aquariums, as the 5 viewing panels have to come from a single sheet, which are limited to in size. If bent, there will be a band of distortion surrounding the bend the same as a corner pentagon. Most tanks thicker than ½” will have mitered corners as the band of distortion surrounding them gets wider on the thicker materials. A mitered corner does not produce distortion and gives a neater, cleaner look. It is also easier to make cabinetry trimwork match up with a tight corner versus the radius you would have with a bend. For larger Flat Back Hexagons the corners will have to be mitered. The cost of a Flat Back Hexagon will fall somewhere between the cost of a rectangle and bowfront of the same size.