There are many types of pumps used in saltwater aquariums. Some serve a specific purpose, while others can be used for multiple jobs. Learn all about air, powerhead, water and other types of pumps, how they work and ways to install or plumb them into your system.
Your Guides explain why proper aeration is important, and how the oxygen-carbon dioxide gas exchange takes place.
Wavemakers, surge and oscillating devices are designed to give your aquarium the simulated effect of wave motion that your saltwater animals have when in their natural environment, but what other benefits do they provide?
Tips from Debbie and Stan on how to set up powerheads to aid in proper tank areation, water movement, and filtration in your saltwater system.
Save some pennies by learning how to clean and rejuvenate old clogged air stones to reuse them with these simple instructions from your Guides.
Your Guides outline a simple formula to easily figure out what your water pump flow rate is to insure you are getting maximum tank areation, water movement, and filtration in your saltwater system.
Research and compare prices on aquarium air pumps your Guides consider to be some of the best choices on the market.
Research and compare prices on simple directional water powerhead to programmable electronic wavemaker units that can be timed at set entravals.
Read reviews and compare prices on aquarium powerheads that your Guides consider to be some of the best choices on the market.