Internal material for large enclosure

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  1. Mickdula

    Mickdula New Member

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    Need advice for the build of a new large enclosure. I would like to have it waterproofed as I would like a full water basin at the base. I would like to use flexwatt to heat the enclosure and was wondering if cement sheet was be used with animal safe waterproof membrane over it.
     
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    AFAIK that should be good. I dunno what flexwatt is though.
     
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    Flexwatt is a heating type. Any advice on efficient heating of a large tank

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    You would normally want some sort of insulation between the heat source. What species and general enclosure type are you creating?
     
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    She is a 3m murray darling python and I wanted to build a 2m tall corner cage


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    FMD that is a big python, the enclosure sounds good. Do you have any pics of your snake to verify how massive it is?
     
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    $10k says it's not actually a 10' Murray Darling :p
     
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