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Table of Contents

- How much does a 100 gallon tank cost?
- How much water should be in a 2 foot fish tank?
- How do I calculate the amount of water in my fish tank?
- How many gallons is a 4x2x2 tank?
- How big is a 90 gallon fish tank?
- How big is a 100 gallon fish tank?
- How many Oscars can fit in a 75 gallon tank?
- Is it cheaper to build or buy an aquarium?
- How thick is the glass on a 100 gallon aquarium?
- How thick is the glass on a 90 gallon aquarium?
- How thick is the glass on a 180 gallon aquarium?
- How thick is the glass on a 220 gallon aquarium?
- How thick is the glass on a 210 gallon aquarium?
- How thick is the glass on a 200 gallon aquarium?
- How thick is the glass on a 150 gallon aquarium?

Companies measure capacity in pounds or gallons. One gallon of propane weighs a little over four pounds. This means that a manufacturer or reseller might label a 420 pound tank as a 100-gallon unit….Gallon Propane Tank Costs.

Gallons | Price |
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100 | $400 – $800 |

120 | $400 – $800 |

250 | $500 – $1,000 |

500 | $500 – $3,000 |

2 cubic feet * 1728 cubic inches per cubic foot = 3456 cubic inches. 3456 cubic inches divided by 231 cubic inches per gallon = 14.961 gallons. If you give yourself two inches of space at the top of the tank (so the fish don’t jump out), that is 2.4935 gallons, so, your tank can hold 14.961 – 2.4935 = 12.468 gallons.

Calculate Your Tank’s Water Volume

- Units of Measurement* Centimeters, liters & kilos. Inches, gallons & lbs.
- Length*
- Width*
- Height* Measure to the top of the water – not the tank.
- Do You Have a Sump? * Yes. No.
- Length of sump.
- Width of sump.
- Height of sump. Measure to the top of the water – not the sump.

120 gallon

Large Aquariums | ||
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Tank Size | L x W x H | Empty Weight |

75 gallon | 48″ x 18″ x 21″ | 140 lbs. |

90-gallon | 48″ x 18″ x 24″ | 160 lbs. |

125-gallon | 72″ x 18″ x 21″ | 206 lbs. |

Most 100 gallon fish tanks have dimensions of 72″ x 18″ x 20″ (L x W x H). However the dimensions of your tank will depend on its shape and volume. Cubic tanks are wider and deeper than long, rectangular tanks. Their width and their height are usually about the same.

Ideally, however, a 75-gallon tank is best for one adult Oscar and, if you plan to keep more than one, you will need a tank at least 100 gallons in capacity. In addition to supplying your Oscars with the right size tank, you also need to cultivate the right tank conditions.

If you’re trying to budget and build your own aquarium, the cost will be twice as low as buying an aquarium kit. After calculating the average cost, the price for building a complete aquarium comes out to $136. It’s cheaper to build your aquarium since you’re able to utilize materials that are within your budget range.

You can actually get away with 8mm glass for this tank. Most guides will always recommend higher thickness just due to the danger and hazard of glass breaking. But technically 8mm is enough for a 60 x 20″ H tank. Providing you don’t plan to be banging things against it.

Registered. kevinnq said: I have a 90 AGA RR and the thickness of the glass is 3/8″. Awesome, thanks.

Premium Member. ADA’s 180 comes in two thicknesses, 12mm and 15mm.

1/2 inch Glass would be good, if you wanna go a little bit thicker thats on you but 1/2 inch should work fine. NO ONE can select the proper glass thickness based on the GALLON size of a tank.

3/4″

This tank is normally constructed of 1/4-inch-thick (six millimeters) glass. According to calculations displayed in the aquarium glass thickness chart, the glass has a safety factor of 2.92.

3/8″ is normal for framed tanks around 4′ long with a water depth of about 25″. Bottom pressure is the most important factor and unbraced side length is the next most important factor, when figuring glass thickness.