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Arcadia 04-12-2013 11:56 PM

Tanning
 
Arcadia have produced specialised products for enriching the colouration of Arowanas
Firstly a T8 fluorescent lamp which mimics strong sunlight, emitting both UVA and UVB for natural colour development of the fish. This is a natural way to develop colour without harming the fish
With the Red Arowana Lamp Red Arowana develop a natural deeper red colour
and with the Golden Crown Arowana Lamp Golden Crown Arowana will develop a natural deep golden colour on the top of their heads and along their back
Reflectors are available to match the lamps

Red Arowana Light
Code Watt Length Diameter UV-A UV-B Reflector*
FAW30 30W 36″/900mm T8-26mm 27% 5% ALRS24
FAW36 36W 48″/1200mm T8-26mm 27% 5% ALRS39

Golden Crown Arowana Light
Code Watt Length Diameter UV-A UV-B Reflector*
FAWG30 30W 36″/900mm T8-26mm 30% 6% ALRS24
FAWG36 36W 48″/1200mm T8-26mm 30% 6% ALRS39

Alternatively we can offer a complete lighting unit including lamp, tube with integral reflector and ballast with alternative length mains leads - the Arowana T8 light fitting set.
It is a unique, submersible, T8 fluorescent fitting. The UV transmissive lens material allows UV radiation from an Arcadia Arowana lamp to pass through the clear portion of the tube. When used with the Arowana lamp this replicates the natural exposure of the fish to the UVA and UVB in daylight.
It also allows fish to develop a richer colour than they would under normal artificial lighting.
• UV Transmissive lamp tube
• High performance co-extruded reflector built in to tube
• Remote ballast box
• Designed specifically for the new Arcadia Arowana Lamp
• Includes Arowana Lamp

Red Arowana Lamp Set Lead Length
Code Watt Length Diameter Lamp Mains Reflector*
AWS30 30W 36″/900mm T8-26mm 66/127cm 1.5m ALRS24
AWL30 30W 36″/900mm T8-26mm 66/127cm 8m ALRS39
AWS36 36W 48″/1200mm T8-26mm 66/127cm 1.5m ALRS39
AWL36 36W 48″/1200mm T8-26mm 66/127cm 8m ALRS39

Golden Crown Arowana Lamp Set Lead Length
Code Watt Length Diameter Lamp Mains Reflector*
AWGS30 30W 36″/900mm T8-26mm 66/127cm 1.5m ALRS24
AWGL30 30W 36″/900mm T8-26mm 66/127cm 8m ALRS39
AWGS36 36W 48″/1200mm T8-26mm 66/127cm 1.5m ALRS39
AWGL36 36W 48″/1200mm T8-26mm 66/127cm 8m ALRS39

Hopefully this new product will help many Arowana enthusiasts to improve the health and appearance of these magnificent fish

Arcadia 06-12-2013 12:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fishspace (Post 9571541)
do you sell the transformer for a 5 feet tanning light?

Hi

I'm Paul. Thank you for your question.
We offer a range of controllers including the ACU58 which is for 60" T8 lamps. However you will need to check if the tanning lamp you are using is compatible with this type of switch start controller. We obviously cannot accept any liability if your lamp and this controller are incompatible
T8 ULTRA SEAL LAMP CONTROLLERS
The Arcadia ULTRA SEAL controllers are the latest generation of our popular fluorescent lighting controllers.
They incorporate a number of improvements and are designed to comply with the latest European aquarium lighting standards.
They have patented ULTRA SEAL® waterproof (IP67) lamp-holders and are supplied with universal mounting brackets for installation on aquarium hood or walls.
They are compatible with Arcadia reflector range and have a 5 Year Guarantee

T8 Single Lamp Controller

Code Watt Length Diameter Lead Length
ACU08 6/8W 12″/300mm T5-16mm 2.0m/2.4m
ACU15 14W/15 12″/300mm
18″/450mm T8-26mm 2.4m/2.48m
ACU18 18W/20 24″/600mm T8-26mm 2.4m/3.6m
ACU30 25W/30W 30″/750mm
36″/900mm T8-26mm 2.4m/3.6m
ACU36 38W 42″/1050mm
36/40W 48″/1200mm T8-26mm 2.4m/3.6m
ACU58 58W 60″/1500mm T8-26mm 2.4m/3.6m

Arcadia 09-12-2013 10:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WXTan (Post 9571876)
Distributors for singapore please. And the RRP for AWGL36. Also wanna ask if this is white light?

Sorry for the delay.

The red Arowana lamp has a pale pink colour appearance and the golden Arowana has a white colour appearance
For product price and availability please contact:

Qian Hu Corporation Limited
(Yi Hu Aquarium Accessories Division)
No.71 Jalan Lekar Singapore 698950
DID (65) 67661524/1549 Mobile (65) 92780800 FB

If I can be of any further help please contact me

Paul

Arcadia 09-12-2013 10:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jon-san (Post 9572776)
Most of us are from Singapore here, so I believe quoting in SGD would be the best. Thanks!

I'm afraid I can't give you the prices as they are set by our distributor.

Please contact:
Qian Hu Corporation Limited
(Yi Hu Aquarium Accessories Division)
No.71 Jalan Lekar Singapore 698950
DID (65) 67661524/1549 Mobile (65) 92780800 FB

If I can help in any other way please contact me

Paul

Arcadia 12-12-2013 12:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by xinan18 (Post 9571224)
For Arcadia tanning light for red Aro. How long must we change the tubes for effectiveness? Daily usage about 8hours per day , used for 5months

Hi
The average useful life of these lamps is 6000 to 8000 hours so at 8 hours a day you should be ok changing the lamps every couple of years
Paul

Arcadia 12-12-2013 12:38 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by WXTan (Post 9576758)
will be good if your distributor can provide a list of LFS carrying your products and their RRP(estimated amount).

having the info here will be much easier than having interested parties making separate phone calls to QianHu.

I can't tell you which local shops stock these lamps or their RRP in Singapore but a quick call to Yi Hu Aquarium Accessories on 67661554 should give you answer or look at:
http://www.arcadia-aquatic.com/store-locator/

Arcadia 12-12-2013 12:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zhuoyuting (Post 9572639)
Paul,

What your recommendation, if i want to tan both red and gold aro together in a com.

I would prefer white light, submerge type, at least 2m long power cord.

Kindly let me know your recommendation.

I'm from singapore.

Hi
The Golden Crown lamp will give you the white light you are looking for.

The leads lengths from the control gear to the lampholder are 66 and 127 cms (which allows for the control gear to be at one end or the other of the aquarium. The mains leads from the socket to the control gear are either 1.5m or 8m depending on which model you buy.

Hope this helps

Paul

Arcadia 16-12-2013 11:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by washywashy (Post 9575371)
Hi Paul,

This is a Singapore-based forum hence most of us are from Singapore :)

Just a feedback, the plastic casing tends to break easily especially after long periods of use of the tanning lamp. Anyway to improve on this?

Hi
It is always a problem using any form of plastic with UV as the radiation eventually breaks down the plastic. The alternative is to use quartz but this is quite fragile and the last thing one wants is the outer tube to break under water. It is also expensive and not easy to get a good fitting/quartz seal in a way that would be aesthetically pleasing in an aquarium.
We do however offer replacement tubes: the C011 (900mm) and C012 (1200mm) prices and availability from your dealer

Paul
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Zhuoyuting 22-12-2013 11:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Arcadia (Post 9577629)
Hi
The Golden Crown lamp will give you the white light you are looking for.

The leads lengths from the control gear to the lampholder are 66 and 127 cms (which allows for the control gear to be at one end or the other of the aquarium. The mains leads from the socket to the control gear are either 1.5m or 8m depending on which model you buy.

Hope this helps

Paul

Hi Paul...

Could you attach the link regarding the golden crown lamp.

Thank you.

You mention the UV rays will disintergrate the plastic, if we are using 24/7 what the expected life span before the plastic start to crack?
Cause it very dangerous once water slip in, it would cause a electrical shock all of our fishing will go up heaven ya.
So we need to take note

If we hang outside the tank example the thickness of the glasses is 12mm , the effectiveness of the UV rays transmitted to the aro will be cut down by how much?

Arcadia 27-12-2013 11:43 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dragonafanatic (Post 9571509)
Hi,

Will D3 be more effective in tanning red since uva-30% uvb-12% compare to red arowana tanning of uva-27% uvb-5% ? And can i use arowana golden crown to tan red since it is also higher uva-30% uvb-6% ?

Sorry for the delay in replying - some of the questions require multiple disciplinary inputs from the laboratory and factory
Using the D3 lamp is probably not a good idea as the lamp has some proportion of the phosphors that are used in our Original Tropical lamp and those are designed, amongst other things, for photosynthesis and I doubt the promulgation of algaes is something desired in an Arowana aquarium and the way the colours are rendered in the D3 lamp means that the appearance of the aquatope will appear unnatural. Also the amounts of UV-A and UV-B are proportionate to the requirements of the particular fish whilst the reptile lamps emit more light in the UV-B spectrum. In short the Arowana lamps are specifically engineered for arowana aquaria.

Hope this helps

Paul

Arcadia 27-01-2014 06:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zhuoyuting (Post 9586726)
Hi Paul...

Could you attach the link regarding the golden crown lamp.

Thank you.

You mention the UV rays will disintergrate the plastic, if we are using 24/7 what the expected life span before the plastic start to crack?
Cause it very dangerous once water slip in, it would cause a electrical shock all of our fishing will go up heaven ya.
So we need to take note

If we hang outside the tank example the thickness of the glasses is 12mm , the effectiveness of the UV rays transmitted to the aro will be cut down by how much?

Hi
First below is the Arowana web page and I've had pictures of the lamps added so you see the colours.
It is very difficult to say how long the plastic sleeve will last before it becomes weaker but based on the fact there is no UV-C, which is the radiation that causes most trouble, I am only guessing that changing the sleeve every second time you replace the lamp would be ok and in any case it will probably not leak if it is not moved. The lamp needs to be in the aquarium as the distance UV can travel in water is not high, but through glass, even low iron glass, is negligible. There is little risk of harm to the fish if the sleeve does leak as the voltage on the lamp is quite low as is the current and in any case, provided the aquarium water is not earthed there will be no path for the current. Obviously you should turn off the lamp before attempting to move, reposition or remove it.
Hope this helps
Paul

http://www.arcadia-aquatic.com/arowana-t8-lamp/

Arcadia 27-01-2014 06:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jon-san (Post 9583654)
Thanks, bro. i'm also considering getting 2 of the 4ft ones.

Hi, Paul, just to re-affirm, the UV that is emitted by these tanning lights are harmless for casual viewing? Asking as my tank is a clear 3-side viewing setup. Intending to place 1 tube on each of the length-wise span of the tank.

In addition, the double T8 Lamp Controller serves as an on/off switch for the Arowana Lighting sets? Can the Dimmable Controller be used in place of the T8 controller?

Hi
Hopefully you will be installing the lamps inside the aquarium, in which case the UV-A and UV-B will not penetrate the glass of the aquariums and will dissipate rapidly in the water. I wouldn't think that direct viewing of the lamp would be a good idea, but I don't think it would be harmful in the short term.
Remember to allow the fish to be able to escape the lighting as it would in nature so do not 'fill' the aquarium sides with lamps but keep them to a proportion of the tank

Yes the double T8 controller can be used with Arowana lamps if you are buying them as separate items and yes the switch will control both lamps. If you buy the Arowana lighting set it has the control gear with it. The dimming controller is for use with our LED luminaires, not with fluorescents

Hope this helps

Paul

Arcadia 27-01-2014 07:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kenza (Post 9583622)
Hi Paul. I checked with c328 and qh. Currently there's no stock for 4ft red tanning light. May I know when is the next available stocks? Pls advice.

Sorry for the delay
I can't advise you on stock positions in Singapore I'm afraid, but suggest you contact:
Qian Hu Corporation Limited
(Yi Hu Aquarium Accessories Division)
No.71 Jalan Lekar Singapore 698950
DID (65) 67661524/1549 Mobile (65) 92780800 FB
They will know what they have on order and when it is likely to be in stock

Paul

Arcadia 27-01-2014 07:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dragonafanatic (Post 9577674)
Any advise on this Paul ?

Hi
No, this is definitely not a good idea!
The Arcadia D3 lamp has a mixture of phosphors of which around half produce the colours we have in our Original Tropical lamp. These are centred on the red/blue spectrum required for photosynthesis in a planted aquarium and will encourage algae growth as well as distorting the colours. The Arowana lamp is designed for optimum tanning and any increase in radiation levels, unless the aquarium allows the animal to escape the radiation is not a good thing.

Paul

Arcadia 30-01-2014 06:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thor (Post 9614214)
hi paul my tank is 5 feet
what is the length if the arowana tanning t8 light i can use?
regards

Hi Thor

Personally I would use the 36" unit as this gives the fish the opportunity to move in and out of the lit area as it sees fit. I'm sure these animals have similar levels of intelligence to reptiles and we know they know when they've had enough heat or light!

Paul

Arcadia 30-01-2014 06:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by xenshix2209 (Post 9614958)
Hi Paul can i insert the arcadia reflector into the arcadia arowana tanning lightset. where can i get it in singapore and how much is it? thank you.

Hi Xenshix

The tanning light set includes a 'reflector' which is a white section of the tubes that acts as a reflector. If you are referring to an aluminium reflector such as that listed on the website it might help if the lamp is mounted over the tank and out of the water but I believe it really is not necessary in that mode and certainly not when the lamp is submerged so I would forget it!

Our distributor for Singapore is:
Qian Hu Corporation Limited
(Yi Hu Aquarium Accessories Division)
No.71 Jalan Lekar Singapore 698950
DID (65) 67661524/1549 Mobile (65) 92780800 FB

and I suggest you contact them for stock and prices if you want the reflector.

Hope this helps

Paul

Arcadia 20-03-2014 10:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vitor (Post 9642537)
since now going into more higher tech, and more and more going into LEDs.

acradia got any plans to go into tanning LEDs? should be v popular....

Hi Vitor
The difficulty at the moment is getting LEDs that emit UV light. Some say they do but they don't and some say they do but die after a couple of weeks and don't really emit anything anyway!
However, there are a number of companies trying to produce IR emitting LEDs and as soon as a good, reliable and economic product comes on to the OEM market Arcadia will certainly be looking at renewing the tanning lamp with an LED version - but don't hold your breath!!

Paul

Arcadia 01-04-2014 03:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Juracule (Post 9654053)
Hi Sire,

My Holder Clip for holding the light has spoil may i know where can i buy the holder clip?

Best Regards
Desmond

Hi Juracule
Our distributor for Singapore is:
Qian Hu Corporation Limited
(Yi Hu Aquarium Accessories Division)
No.71 Jalan Lekar Singapore 698950
DID (65) 67661524/1549
I'm sure that if they do not have them in stock they can obtain one for you fairly quickly
I hope this helps
Paul

Arcadia 07-04-2014 03:53 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by henryow7691 (Post 9658018)
just want to know is the gold tanning light can used for red too

Hi Henryow

There is no reason why you shouldn't use the gold lamp with a red fish. Although it will not be as efficient it will still emit UV but just not exactly the same wavelength as the red lamp.

Paul

Zhuoyuting 07-04-2014 06:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Arcadia (Post 9646926)
Hi Vitor
The difficulty at the moment is getting LEDs that emit UV light. Some say they do but they don't and some say they do but die after a couple of weeks and don't really emit anything anyway!
However, there are a number of companies trying to produce IR emitting LEDs and as soon as a good, reliable and economic product comes on to the OEM market Arcadia will certainly be looking at renewing the tanning lamp with an LED version - but don't hold your breath!!

Paul

Thanks Paul,

I will be looking forward regarding LED that are able to emit UV light.
Due to the cost of living in SG having a LED model would help hobbies like us who turn on tanning light on a 24/7 basics.
Save electricity longer life time.

Cheers.

Arcadia 09-04-2014 05:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Zhuoyuting (Post 9658690)
Thanks Paul,

I will be looking forward regarding LED that are able to emit UV light.
Due to the cost of living in SG having a LED model would help hobbies like us who turn on tanning light on a 24/7 basics.
Save electricity longer life time.

Cheers.

Hi Zhuoyuting
Thanks for your interest
I really think that having the lamp on 24 hours a day may not be the best idea. It is daylight for a much shorter period than that and as fish have no eyelids they need some hours of darkness to sleep. So I suggest you reduce the lighting period, which means you will save energy and your expensive fish will have a longer life!!

Paul

Arcadia 09-05-2014 04:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Epon (Post 9676504)
Hi paul, I have a community of red and golden aro. Can I put 1 x Red Arowana UV Tanning Lamp and 1x Golden Crown Arowana UV Tanning Lamp inside the tank at the same time.?
will this setup still serve the purpose of tanning the red and golden aro?

Sent from my SM-P605 using Tapatalk

Hi Epon
There is no problem in having both types of lamp in your aquarium. Remember that it takes a little time to see the effect on the fish and to make sure they have areas where they can get out of the light as they would in nature

Paul

Arcadia 14-05-2014 11:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thor (Post 9666459)
hi paul
any stock for pendant lighting OVERTANK LUMINAIRE OT8 for 4ft tank
in singapore is it selling at any location? whats the price?
what about price for classica stretch led for 4 ft tank
regards
thor

Hi Thor
I can't help you with stock information or prices as firstly I don't actually work for Arcadia, I just help out with the forums and secondly prices and stock are the responsibility of the Singapore distributor. However I have been told that any of the Arcadia fittings can be ordered from the distributor if he doesn't have stock although it may take some time for it to arrive
Sorry not to be more help
Paul

Arcadia 14-05-2014 11:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thor (Post 9666470)
hi paul
what about the new OTL luminarie new led for 4ft? price? singapore selling? location?
i need to tan my red arowana from above instead of submersible t8 arowana tanning lighting
regards
thor

Hi Thor
You can use the OT8 possibly or the separate electronic fluorescent ultra seal controller and a reflector. Make sure your eyes are shielded from the lamp though.

Paul

Arcadia 14-05-2014 11:28 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by EamesAro (Post 9670280)
Hi Paul,

I have gotten the Arcadia Red Arowana Tanning Lamp. I know that this is for tanning the Red Arowana by putting it inside the tank. After a period of time I do believe that the product works. After tanning for perhaps few months I would very much like to go back to viewing lights from the top with the tanning lights taken out.

What do you recommend to us hobbyist to view our Reds or Gold arowana with Arcadia products?

Hi Eames Aro
Any of the Arcadia lighting units are suitable but for the very best results the OT2 LED luminaire with dimming controller will enable you to simulate full dawn to dusk to dawn lighting. Your fish won't know they're in an aquarium I guess!!!

Yours
Paul

991050mm 01-08-2014 03:19 AM

Hi,

I had a red arowana with combination of platinum white alligator gar. I believe the arowana need the Red Arowana Lamp Red Arowana develop the colour and the alligator need Golden Crown Arowana Lamp. What should I buy for tanning both fish with 1 lamp? Can I just choose the red lamp only? I only afraid the red lamp will affect the "whiteness" of the gar. Please advise.

Vitor 01-08-2014 07:09 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 991050mm (Post 9723304)
Hi,

I had a red arowana with combination of platinum white alligator gar. I believe the arowana need the Red Arowana Lamp Red Arowana develop the colour and the alligator need Golden Crown Arowana Lamp. What should I buy for tanning both fish with 1 lamp? Can I just choose the red lamp only? I only afraid the red lamp will affect the "whiteness" of the gar. Please advise.

Wats the reason of platinum gar must tan?
Sorry I kiasu , nv heard gar need to tan.
Always thot white white plat gar will maintain white white all the way unless is wtt , then true form will appear in dark thank.

Vitor 01-08-2014 07:12 AM

Last time when I buy,Acadia mentioned both red and golden crown both have tanning effect , just amt slight diff, both can use. Not link to them in any way

Led should be same, like qianhu's always one type for all, that's tanning led.

991050mm 01-08-2014 02:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vitor (Post 9723317)
Wats the reason of platinum gar must tan?
Sorry I kiasu , nv heard gar need to tan.
Always thot white white plat gar will maintain white white all the way unless is wtt , then true form will appear in dark thank.

Thanks for the advise... However may I know will the red tanning light effect the colour of the white plat gar?

Vitor 01-08-2014 02:09 PM

I also no know, gar need to tan?
I dun think got effect lar, as those keep gar in pond outdoor everyday sun light uv

I dun think will have any effect

991050mm 01-08-2014 05:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Vitor (Post 9723495)
I also no know, gar need to tan?
I dun think got effect lar, as those keep gar in pond outdoor everyday sun light uv

I dun think will have any effect

Thanks bro....

Calsberg 26-08-2014 05:43 PM

Hi Paul

Would like to enquire on stock availability for say 4 units of 4ft Arcadia uv tanning tubes (red aros) by this Oct please.

Do advise if you'd need a deposit for booking etc.

Pls refer to PM.

tq

Arcadia 26-09-2014 04:35 PM

Stock of equipment
 
I am sorry not to have seen your message

I have no control over the distributor I'm afraid and can only suggest you ring them. If you get no response let me know but all I can do is tell the factory in the UK. They have no way of forcing the distributor to take stock.

Paul

Qian Hu 27-09-2014 10:16 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Calsberg (Post 9737717)
Hi Paul

Would like to enquire on stock availability for say 4 units of 4ft Arcadia uv tanning tubes (red aros) by this Oct please.

Do advise if you'd need a deposit for booking etc.

Pls refer to PM.

tq

Hi bro,

We am sorry to inform that currently we have run out of stocks for your require model but order had been indent to Arcadia for quite some time back in June 2014 and we are waiting for the shipment. We will post on this thread once we have received a confirmation shipment date and sorry for the inconveniences caused.

Calsberg 28-09-2014 01:16 PM

OK tq for the update

If I may say, as a business, you guys should coordinate better...

Qian Hu 30-09-2014 11:10 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Calsberg (Post 9755243)
OK tq for the update

If I may say, as a business, you guys should coordinate better...

Hi bro,

We are sorry to have caused miscommunication and inconvenienced and we will look into this and try our best to update our customers enquiries in the soonest time.

Calsberg 30-09-2014 08:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Qian Hu (Post 9756324)
Hi bro,

We are sorry to have caused miscommunication and inconvenienced and we will look into this and try our best to update our customers enquiries in the soonest time.

No worries bro - I'm not mad or anything. From a business angle, delay translates to lost opportunities - so it's a bit of a waste to have email / website and no one designated to attend to it.

Cheers

Qian Hu 03-10-2014 02:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Calsberg (Post 9756684)
No worries bro - I'm not mad or anything. From a business angle, delay translates to lost opportunities - so it's a bit of a waste to have email / website and no one designated to attend to it.

Cheers

Hi bro,

I do agreed with your point and we will look into how we are able to provide prompt attention to the enquiries. Have a nice weekend.

disturbed 21-10-2014 03:52 PM

Hi,

was wondering if there is this in stock?

T5 D3+ ‘HIGH OUTPUT’ DESERT REPTILE LAMP 34" 16mm Dia.

Looking for 4 pcs.

chubbyaro 15-12-2014 10:18 PM

Hi arcadia!!

Your tanning lights for reds are garbage after about 1 month of use it started leaking electricity into the water good thing I didn't get electrocuted!!!


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