D-D The Aquarium Solution D-D Jump Guard Tank Cover

D&D's Jump Guard Pro DIY Aquarium Covers were designed to stop that horrible feeling when you come down in the morning to find your favourite fish lying dead and crispy on the carpet. Many fish, especially wrasse, have a tendency to jump from the tank when frightened or chased by another fish. So a solution to preventing the loss of such fish should be high on every fish keepers priority list.

The Jump Guard covers are a very lightweight, sleek, low visual impact and easy to construct screen cover suitable for most aquarium types, specifically designed to prevent loss of fish due to jumping, but still maintaining high light penetration.

The Jump Guard Pro includes cutout and brace bar parts as standard and an aesthetic black mesh, which are designed to be cut to size. Please Note: The maximum size frame that can be made from each kit will be 3.6cm longer than stated in each direction and the tank should be measured from inside face of glass to inside face of glass.

The Jump Guard Cover is a kit of parts which allows you to create a custom frame for your specific aquarium size and type. The rigid corners and extruded aluminium section create a very solid frame which sits neatly inside glass of the aquarium glass, resting on the top lip.

Multi-cutout Set - TCMULTICO

Each Jump Guard Multi-Cutout Set provides you with 3 different cutout options to allow you to modify the frame around any light brackets, cables or pipework etc.

Each kit contains:
  • 1 pair of 15mm offset corners
  • 1 pair of 40mm offset corners
  • 1 x 40mm x 120mm lighting bracket or rigid cut-out

Flexi-cutout Set - TCFLEXICO

The Jump Guard Flexi-Cutout Set provides you with 2 standard corners and 2 reverse corners to allow you to modify the frame around any larger overflow boxes, light brackets, cables or pipework etc, that would not be covered by the Multi-Cutout Set.

Each kit contains:
  • 1 pair of standard corners
  • 1 pair of reverse corners

Note: Cutting into the standard square frame, especially on larger frames, will generally reduce the rigidity and D&D would recommend installing one or more cross braces, as required, to retain the structural integrity.


Available in different sizes