Our state-of-the-art aquarium Life Support Systems (LSS) create a healthy and stable environment for marine life.
Seascapes filtration systems are both dependable and quiet in order to provide maximum enjoyment with minimal fuss.
Our experienced Life Support System Design Team takes pride in creating effective, efficient, user-friendly filtration designs.
Think of an aquarium life support system as the circulatory and respiratory system for your aquarium. The Marine life inside of an marine aquarium must have its life artificially supported by extremely detailed aquarium design. This is a prime example of how engineering and art must intermingle in the development of a successful and beautiful aquarium. Behind the scenes of every custom aquarium exists a complex design of high-tech equipment, including pumps, filters, and monitors that help maintain the delicate balance of biological, mechanical and chemical filtration systems in the aquarium. Many of our smaller aquarium filtration systems are self-contained below the aquarium and utilize our robust Clear Choice Wet-Dry Filters. However, for aquariums over 350 gallons, the aquarium life support systems should be located remotely within your facility or residence. The size of the life support system is based on the volume and complexity of your particular aquarium application. Our installation team travels the world and ensures that your Seascapes life support system is installed to our precise standards, and ready for you to enjoy for years to come. Our unique, awe-inspiring custom aquarium systems have been installed internationally by our team of experts for over 10 years.
At Seascapes we design each Life Support System (LSS) to specifically meet the needs of the individual aquarium it is being produced for.
All recirculated aquarium life support systems require biological, mechanical and chemical filtration. At Seascapes, we design each Life Support System (LSS) to specifically meet the needs of the individual aquarium it is being produced for. There is no “one size fits all” application when it comes to creating your LSS. We look at size, shape, environment, as well as the marine life that will inhabit your aquarium when designing its LSS.
Turnover through the open system should be approximately four times per hour. Therefore, the pump should be rated for this turnover at the given head loss for the aquarium application.
On marine systems, an open system includes a protein skimmer rated for the volume and load of the aquarium in question. The skimmer should have the capacity to handle at least 100% of the volume of the aquarium once per hour.
At Seascapes we design each Life Support System (LSS) to specifically meet the needs of the individual aquarium it is being produced for. There is no “one size fits all” application when it comes to creating your LSS. We look at size, shape, environment, as well as the marine life that will inhabit your aquarium when designing its LSS.
Our primary concern throughout the entire design, build and test process is the living creatures it will be supporting.
We are constantly monitoring tolerances during the build process and every part goes through a rigorous quality control inspection.
In order to ensure proper operations and a long service life we test every aspect of the entire system.
Provide courteous, on-time installation by professional installers, licensed and insured as required by law, and trained to meet our tight standards.
Complete a pre-installation site survey upon arrival at your home to ensure the success of the installation.
Install and secure your new aquarium structure.