1 gallon US weighs about 8.35 lbs. So 100 Gals US weighs 835 lbs approx. Then there is the weight of the tank, top glass and the gravel and the (decorative) rocks, the lights, filter etc and don't forget the stand too. You would need to allow for well over 1000 lbs for a fully set up 100 gal aquarium.
is 4ft by 16 deep by 23 high a 100 gallon tank
This is simply funny if it really means a fish tank.About 1025.5 for a standard 100 gallon fish tank if the beers are 12 fl oz.Remember fish tank gallon sizes are measured by outside dimensions.
That depends on the kind(s) of fish.
One gallon of water is 8.345404 Lbs.So a 100 gallon tank would have 834.5404 lbs of water.
this Xmas moss-Aquarium Fish Tank 55 75 90 100 125 Gallon A1 can hold gallons of water.....
100 pounds. 10 pounds an imperial gallon dont ever lift up a tank there is alot of pressure on the sides and it will split
No. If the water doesn't overflow, then the addition of the fish will increase the total weight of the tank and its contents by 50 pounds.
The price of a ten gallon tank ranges from $15 to over $100. If you are planning to keep fish in the tank, then you'll have to think about accessories like a heater, a thermometer, a hood, lights, plants, a filter, and, of course, what kind of fish you want. It's also important to do a little reading and make sure that your fish are compatible.
I belive that they are warm water. They need a heater and a 50-100 gallon tank but it is according to what size puffers you get.
no.you have to have at least an 90 gallon tank or an 100 gallon tank.
There is about 6 pounds to a gallon.100 pound propane tank will hold 23.58 gallon. 100 pounds / 4.24 pounds per gallon = 23.58 gallons
How many gallon tank do you have? How much is multiple? And what kind of fish? The bigger the tank the better. The more territories the better and if it is community fish the better. Not 100% they are all going to live in perfect condition's.
first get a big tank like a 100 gallon put lots of fish that's if its a alligater snapper and for a common snapper get a 100 gallon as well but you can feed them pellets 2 have fun
No. It has a 36 gal. tank.
100 pound propane tank will hold 23.58 gallon. 100 pounds / 4.24 pounds per gallon = 23.58 gallons
It all depends on how much the tank holds and the wattage of your heater I like to have 10 wattage for ever gallon so if you hVe a ten gallon tan you need a 100 watt heater also the temperature of you want will make a deference normally my 20 gallon tank can go from 46F to about 77 F in two hours
The blast radius of a 250 gallon propane tank would be 100 yards
The empty weight of a 100 cubic foot steel SCUBA tank is approximately 33lbs.
I have a 100 gallon tank plus others but a quarter of that tank would be 25 gallons
There is about 6 pounds to a gallon.
Keep your tank clean and fish happiness at 100% and they will breed when they are mature. :)
The trouble with puffer fish is that they are terrible fin nippers and will rip chunks off almost any species. One may survive for a while in a tiny 10 gal tank but the smallest tank I would consider keeping one in would have to be over 100 gallons.Actually 1 dwarf puffer can go in a 2.5 gallon tank, I have 7 dwarf puffers in a 37 Gallon tank, but i probably could have about 15 in there (maybe)