This page showes you the the main frame used in the station to hold the tanks
This picture showes you the frame I use to hold the tanks in place. Note, the frame is just put into the box without further mounting and as a result can be taken out easily. If I come to the impression that I should better seal up the frame cells, this could easily be done. It would further improofe the savety of the box, but for the moment I decided against this because - as mentioned - the box could hold the contents of all tanks and it takes more than three tanks to leake before the electronics is directly affected.
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