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RE: Walk-in Vivarium: Humidity Tips?

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Posted by: khorvidius at Sat Mar 5 12:47:28 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by khorvidius ]  
   

Wonderful, thanks for taking a peak at the unit I've got. I've had it running for about 20 hours now just in a big open space to test-run its programming/function and so far so good! As I look at it I may be doubling the tank capacity: I'll need to check. (It's an oddly shaped rectangular reservoir that may only be 1g, but it felt like 2 when I filled it last night. I'll read the info again.

I'll run some tests with piping/tubing to see what I can get away with. I'd like as narrow an opening as possible without putting too much pressure on the little vent's pump/motor doodads, for easy of install, efficient airflow/pressure, animal safety, and aesthetics.

Thanks again. Helpful! Now to figure out the lay-out of the enclosure's physical set-ups. Hides, shelves, etc. Would love to do a more naturalistic vivarium but that's a long way out, due to budget constraints & research limitations. For now it'll be a more conventional multi-level snake enclosure, with plenty of climb/hide spaces, a soaking pool, and room to be spread out, draped or otherwise unfurled in a whole slew of different directions and configurations!


   

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