150 gallon is one of our most popular sizes of aquariums. These tanks are not too large but still allow for a good number of fish to be kept within them. We thought it would be useful to outline how big a 150 gallon fish tank actually is based on the most popular dimensions we use. Here is an overview:
Dimensions of a 150 gallon fish tank
The dimensions of these tanks in inches include (length x width x height):
– 60 x 24 x 25
– 48 x 24 x 31
– 48 x 30 x 25
How many fish can be kept in a 150 gallon aquarium?
It depends on the type of fish you’re keeping, and it also depends on the dimensions of your tank – generally the longer the tank the more fish you can keep. With average sized fish, most people can keep 15-20 fish within a 150 gallon fish tank. Popular types of fish to include would be tangs, perculas, lyretails and Jawfish.
How much does a 150 gallon fish tank weigh?
The weight of your aquarium will depend on the setup you have and what material it is built with. If the aquarium is built with glass, the weight will be around 1500 lbs when the tank is all set up. If the aquarium is built with acrylic, the tank will be slightly lighter at around 1300 lbs.