Screen Top Videos

  1. Red Sea DIY Net Cover vs. BRS DIY Screen Net Top? - #AskBRStv

    Red Sea DIY Net Cover vs. BRS DIY Screen Net Top? - #AskBRStv

    The truth has been revealed...Ryan would choose a Red Sea DIY Aquarium Net Cover on his saltwater tank over BRS's very own DIY Screen Net Top aquarium cover! Today, Randy takes a look at what the hype is about and builds a screen for Ryan's office reef tank.   More from #AskBRStv! Put Red Sea Test Kits back in the box? - Watch Now! Mixing Coral Pro and Blue Bucket? - Watch Now! How to go Bare Bottom on your tank? - Watch Now!   Community Links! #AskBRStv Facebook Group - Join Now! Today's topic on Reef2Reef - Check It Out!  BRS R2R Sponsor Page - Join Now!   Related Reef Gear! Red Sea DIY Aquarium Net Covers   Red Sea Net Cover Accessories   Welcome to #AskBRStv where we take questions from you, the reefing community, across all of our social networks and forums and answer them right here on YouTube! From how your reef gear works to coral and fish care and everything in between, we're here to answer your questions and share collective

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  2. BRStv Investigates: How much light do screen net tops block?

    BRStv Investigates: How much light do screen net tops block?

    Today on BRStv, we have a brand new episode for our series, BRStv Investigates. In this series we explore popular reefing theories, products, methods, and what the manuals are missing, with a focus on putting them to the test! Join us this week as we are going to be taking a look into how much light do typical screen net tops block, and does the size of the openings on the screen make a difference? We test two different sizes of screen that are very common for tops. Screen net tops are great at keeping your fish in the tank while allowing a large majority of the light through the screen, but there has always been a concern of how much light is actually being blocked? So follow along as we investigate today's question, provide a little insight into screen net tops, and help make reefing just a bit more fun and easy. Want to join the discussion? http://www.reef2reef.com/threads/diy-screen-net-tops-tips-tricks-and-pics.290457/ Be sure to watch and keep an eye out for future episodes

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  3. How To Build an Aquarium Screen Net Top | DIY

    How To Build an Aquarium Screen Net Top | DIY

    Top Keep your fish in the tank with minimal impact on light penetration with a do-it-yourself screen net top! To build this, you have two options: 1. Buy the items at a big box hardware store (probably the cheapest option). 2. Buy our DIY Screen Net Top Kit, which has everything you need including the screen frame, corners, spline, spline roller and clear netting. The clear 1/4" netting is really hard to find, but we do have it available on our site: https://www.bulkreefsupply.com/clear-netting.html Once you have all your materials, here's how to build the top: Step 1: Measure the inside lip of the aquarium frame, or rimless tank to get the dimensions for your new top. Step 2: Subtract the corner from the total length and width. Each corner is 3/4", and there's one on each side so you will need to subtract a total of 1 1/2" off each side. Step 3: Measure and mark two pieces of frame. Step 4: Cut the frame. TIP: We use a hacksaw in a series of backward strokes,

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  4. Custom top off Box and Screen Top

    Custom top off Box and Screen Top

    In Today's episode we are going to make a custom acrylic box for our aquarium auto top off as well as make a DIY clear screen top for the aquarium. Saltwater aquariums don't do well with glass tops in most cases because the glass gets full of salt creep and they have a tendency to overheat so the screen top is not only a fun project but the results are really worthwhile. Disclaimer

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  5. DIY Aquarium Screen Tops

    DIY Aquarium Screen Tops

    Todays episode is about how you can build your own DIY Screen Top. Screen tops are nice because they keep fish from jumping out, may prevent items from falling in, and block the least amount of light compared to other solutions. Disclaimer

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