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Re: Attention all experienced fishkeepers: What kind of filtration is best?
Posted By: Cap <Moody9898@hotmail.com> In Response To: Attention all experienced fishkeepers: What kind of filtration is best? (Fishface_Jr)
Date: Sunday, 1 August 1999, at 2:31 a.m.
In Response To: Attention all experienced fishkeepers: What kind of filtration is best? (Fishface_Jr)
Canister filters are good because they hold alot of filter media. A fluval 403 is good because it can hold alot of active carbon in its compartments. It also has room to place bio balls if you so desire. The magnum 350 is also good because you can see through the container and know when the filter needs cleaning. There are also the h.o.t. filters but I have no experience with that so Youre out of luck. Then theres eheim all I can say about that product is that its over priced and underpowered. Go with a fluval if you plan to really stock the tank and go for the magnum if dont plan to have that many fish in the tank. Both of these filters will cause somewhat of a strong current in the water, but there are attachments that span out the water blow out to make it smoother and less powerful. Hope this Helps, G'luck and have fun.
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