Waterlife Design Group to be Featured on Season Premiere of Animal Planet's Hit Show “Tanked"

The August 11th season premiere episode of "Tanked" on Animal Planet will feature life support system designs by Waterlife Design Group and equipment from Aquatic Eco-Systems, Inc.

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Waterlife Design Group

(PRWEB) August 07, 2012

Waterlife Design Group of Apopka, FL, will be featured during the upcoming season premiere episode of Animal Planet’s “Tanked.” The episode, “We’re Gonna Need a Bigger Tank,” stars Tracy Morgan and airs on Saturday, August 11, at 9 PM (ET/PT). Waterlife Design Group was proud to design and install the life support system for Tracy Morgan’s Jaws-themed in-home shark tank as well as the fountain and lighting equipment for the one-of-a-kind bi-level koi fishpond designed for NFL linebacker Bart Scott.

Equipment for the shark tank’s life support system and the lighting and fountains for the koi fishpond were provided by Aquatic Eco-Systems Inc. (AES), the largest source of aquatic products and systems worldwide. AES has offered unmatched selection, service and solutions to the aquatic community for 35 years.

Waterlife Design Group was thrilled to provide life support system design and installation services on these projects and looks forward to working with Wayde King, Brett Raymer and everyone at Acrylic Tank Manufacturing (ATM) on future projects.

Tune in to Animal Planet to see Waterlife Design Group on “Tanked.” For more information about Waterlife Design Group, visit WaterlifeDesign.com or call 407-472-0525.

ABOUT WATERLIFE DESIGN GROUP:

Waterlife Design Group is a division of Aquatic Habitats Inc. established to meet the increasing demands of the aquaculture, public zoo and aquarium industries. Facilities around the world have benefited from Waterlife's design, engineering and consulting expertise. The team's extensive field experience and versatility have quickly established Waterlife as a leader in system design and analysis, including retrofits and troubleshooting. Waterlife will coordinate with owners, architects, engineers and contractors to develop integrated, coherent and economical solutions for the aquatics industries. For more information and examples of Waterlife Design Group's projects, visit WaterlifeDesign.com.

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PR Contact: Mitch Manning – 407-886-3939


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