The Ready Tank
After Adjusting Thermocol
After adding some patterns
Patterns are almost Ready
Advice, comments and suggestions are most welcome.
juanico wrote:thats good.
all 3 sides of your tank are isolated with styrofoam...so the front glass will be the coldest area in the tank...this is exactly where the fog will appear.
maybe you can point the fan for fresh air directly towards the front glass.
parthapratim22 wrote:wood could be attached with the BG thermocol may look more natural.
It will be really a inspirational work with its success...will follow this sure
deepesh wrote:I think Wojtek is right. By using thermocol you will insulate the three walls. The top will have the warmest air and therefore the most humid so there will be condensation there whenever there is any significant heat exchange. Similarly the front being uninsulated will be a site of heat exchange and this will result in condensation. If the room is cooler than the inside the water will condense on the inside of the front glass, if the inside is cooler than the room the water will condense outside. If you keep humidity high like 80-90% condensation will occur and you don't want it on the front glass. A curtain of low humidity air flowing along the front glass will keep the condensation off. Probably that's why Wojtek mentions the fan blowing fresh air towards the front glass.
I think Wojtek having kept frogs will be able to guide you better.