Public aquarium pipework installation

Aquarium Technology Ltd specialise in the supply and installation of public aquarium pipework and life support filtration systems.

The ATL team has recently completed a major site installation of the life support and filtration systems for a large new public aquarium in Italy. The SEALIFE aquarium in Rome is due to open later this year. In addition to all of the pipework connections to each of the displays the ATL team has completed the fit out the LSS plant room. Working with industry renowned public aquarium pipework, filtration designers and manufacturers, Erwin Sander Gmbh.

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The ATL team undertook all aspects of the site based installation plumbing work. Ranging from high level ring mains to sub floor reservoirs connections (the ATL team all hold confined space entry certification) and all aspects of public aquarium pipework plumbing. ATL also installed the necessary pipework connections to allow temporary biotower maturation circuits to operate in advance of the main system coming on line. LSS recirculation pumps and particulate filter connections including protein skimming with ozone injection installation works were also under taken. All of the public aquarium pipework was professionally installed and secured to specialist support systems, assembled in situ by the ATL team.

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Once all of the filtration systems were installed and checked the ATL team worked alongside the Sander Gmbh technicians to successfully complete the system commissioning.

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Meanwhile behind the scenes, ATL completed the installation of the back of house areas including the provision of an enviable quarantine facility.

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The ATL team is proud to have been entrusted with the installation works for this prestigious public aquarium project. ATL has already received much positive feedback about the quality of its public aquarium pipework installations. We are looking forward to seeing yet another successful SEALIFE aquarium project opening its doors to the public later this year.

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