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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125 gallon exact dimensions? Width depth height

Asked by: Chrisyboo
72-9/16 x 18-23/32 x 22-1/8 BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-04-17

Do you make the DD tank in 125 gal, 72"L x 18"D by what ever hight it is?

Asked by: pedro57
No, as that would not be a DD tank. All DD tanks are 36" deep, not 18". We make 150, 200, 250 and 300 sizes. The 150 is 36 x 36 x 27. We make a regular 150 that is 72 x 18 x 26. The 125 is 72 x 18 x 22. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-04-11

What is the weight of the 250gdd empty?

Asked by: Kdoudt
430 lbs. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-03-29

I am looking for a 125 gallon wide aquarium, must be 72" long x 24" deep, height anywhere from 15"-20" but I think 17" is standard for this size. It will be a reef tank with dual overflows and returns so 4 holes, 2 in each corner would be ideal. Price?

Asked by: RP709
That is a standard 125 gallon, one of my favorite tanks. We do not sell direct. You would need to visit a local fish store in your area to order one, if they don't have it in stock. To find a store, scroll to the bottom of any page on our site, and click on the tab, "Buying Options". Enter your zip code into the dealer locator. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-03-07

Besides the canopy is there a glass lid for the 300 did. Is there a certain size or would it  be a custom build? 

Asked by: Sneeze
The 300 DD has its own glass canopy, item 36654. You would need to special order it through your local fish store, or purchase it through www.thatfishplace.com. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-03-06

Do u have 300 to 500 hundred gal pretty drilled aquarium?  Price as well? Thank u

Asked by: Corona
Corona, Thank you for your inquiry. The largest tank that we have is a 300G Reef Ready Aquarium. We do not have a price list, as we do not sell this directly to our consumers. You would need to visit a local family run pet store and they would be able to order/price quote for you. Thank you, Christina
Answered by: MINI
Date published: 2017-03-03

Hello, on the Marineland (Perfecto) - 180g 72x24x24- I was curious on the inside dimensions. ie dimensions of back glass between corner flo's, also if I could get dimensions of corner-flo's that would be awesome. I am pricing out a custom back piece. thx

Asked by: BStein
The width is 55.5” between the overflows. I would suggest giving that a +/- 1/8” tolerance on the positioning of the overflows. The height from the bottom glass to the underside of the frame is 23-9/16” with more like a +/- 1/16” tolerance. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-02-24

Yes I have a 303dd Corner overflows how much weight can the bottom Glass hold per square inch or foot I have a piece of dead rock that 200 lbs and only 32 tall and a foot squared thanks

Asked by: Ssg123
Point contact on glass is never good. As long as you have a sand bed down and the rock is resting on that, it would be ok. The main thing is the typical guideline is to keep the substrate or any live rock within the 1.5-2 lbs per gallon. So, the max total could be 600lbs. That size rock can’t stand up in the tank, so it would be laying down on a 12x32” side, which would distribute the weight better. Hope this helps! BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-02-23
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