Deep Dimension Corner-Flo Glass Aquariums

Product No. 97043
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High Quality at Affordable Prices

  • Ultra-Clear Glass - Maximizes light transmission for high-definition color
  • Beautiful polished & beveled-glass corner construction

Corner-FloTM Advanced water flow technology

  • Maximizes circulation and eliminates “dead-zones” within the aquarium
  • Engineered to maximize water flow to the main filter system - Water drawn from top and bottom levels of aquarium for flow rates up to 700 GPH.
  • All components are protected and hidden by Corner-Flo walls.

Includes:

  • Pre-Drilled Ultra-Clear Aquarium with black expanded-plastic decorative frames
  • Two Back-corner walls are factory-installed and siliconed into aquarium
  • Two Complete Plumbing Kits including bulkhead fittings, drain, return pipes, dual Loc-Line® outlet nozzles
    (note: additional fittings may be required to connect with external filtration unit)

Installation & maintenance

  • Easy to install the plumbing kit
  • Front section of Corner-Flo is removable for easy cleaning

 

Stands are available for the Deep Dimension in the Monterey design.  More about these stands can be found on the links to the right.

Information about lighting and glass canopies can be found in our Lighting areas, through the links to the right.


Deep Dimension Corner-Flo Glass Aquariums is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Absolutely in love I bought the 200 gallon Deep Dimensions aquarium on Dec 20, 2014. It was easy to setup and looks gorgeous. The only issue that I have is with the stand. It doesn't have much room as far as height is concerned. I had to go with a compact in sump protein skimmer. If you have the room available behind the tank, you could do an external protein skimmer. Keeping all of the equipment hidden was a big deal for me. It looks nice and clean that way. Everything is built very well. I am in love with my new aquarium and would definitely recommend it to everyone.
Date published: 2015-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Not to big not to small, easy set up and the ultra clear glass makes a REALLY good looking tank with or with out fish. I have the 150 Gallon deep. It is a fantastic tank because of the depth. I think it works better for both viewing and aquascaping. There is just so much more you can do with multi level when you have the depth to do it. I was going to go with a 90 but when I saw this deep 150 Gallon, I knew this was the not to big not to small size. They use the ultra clear glass which makes a HUGE difference, so you don't have the green haze you just get use to with other tanks. Corner-Flo is great easy to set up and quite. I would do this tank over the 120 just because it is a bit taller and when you view the tank you see fish vs fish and the top edge of the tank. The deep tank is the way to go for many reasons.
Date published: 2014-10-15
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Back panel on my 300 gallon dd cracked. what kind of glass panel would i need to replace it? and what are the exact measurement would i need to tell the glass company to cut to replace it?

Asked by: Anonymous
We cannot advise you on this matter for legal reasons. I can give you the glass thickness and tell you that it is annealed glass. 12mm is the thickness of the back panel.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-24

On a 300DD, how many gallon capacity should the sump be to prevent overflow in the event of a power outage? I realize this could depend somewhat on the height that the over flow pipes are set at, and the height of the water level in the sump. Thank you. 

Asked by: BenW
You will need one that will hold approximately 40-50 gallons of water. What’s more important is the remainder of empty volume in the sump after you’ve reached the operating level of the sump. During a power outage, you’d lose around 10-20 gallons to the pump, as long as siphon break occurs quickly. You’d want the sump to have that much additional space above and beyond the operating level.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-19

How expensive is it?

Asked by: Gregor
That would depend on the size tank you purchase, but typically the Deep Dimension tanks run $1,500-$5,000, with everything.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-19

I have a 300DD with stand and canopy on order. I would like to know the weight of tank empty, by itself. The height of inside of stand for skimmer, and over all height with canopy?  Thanks for any help.

Asked by: BenW
The weight of the tank, empty is approximately 700 lbs. Inside height of the stand is 25.5". The overall height of the stand is 29.00", and the canopy height is 11.5". The height of the tank is 27.25".BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-18

I have marineland 300gal dd, double corner overflow, there two bottom drain and return hole are 1 3/4" , what size bulkhead should I use for the return and drain, please help? 

Asked by: Ken253
I'll do better than help, I'll send you the plumbing tips document that we have for our customers. The bulkheads are 1" though.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-16

Can I get the exact base dimensions of the 150DD tank?  Mine is on order from you and I am building a custom stand for it.  I need to know the exact base dimensions including the bottom bezel.

Asked by: SaraS
Those are: 72-1/2 x 18-5/8 x 26-15/16Keep in mind that custom stands reduce the warranty from a limited lifetime one to only a one year warranty on the tank and nothing else.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-05-02

How tall is the canopy for a 180/220 (72"x24") and how tall is the stand from floor to the top where the tank will sit (30", 36", etc)?

Asked by: Derek Meline
Our Monterey canopy is 11.5" tall and the stand is 34.5" tall. The Majesty stand is 28" tall, and there is no canopy.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-04

Can the 300 gallon DD tank be special ordered with no holes or overflows?  I wish to install an external overflow on my own by drilling two 2" holes in the back panel and two 1-1/2" holes for returns.  Also would like low-iron glass for the front panel.

Asked by: Thcmusic
No, we do not do any customer orders. The 300 gallon tanks all come with the low iron, ultra clear glass on the front panel, but we do not sell any without overflows any longer.BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-04-21
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