Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Jagged, Jan 31, 2007.
580 gallons of water per hour, and 45 gallons of air per hour.
I think that should be enough.
Sounds like you need a MAXI PAD!
Seriously though, what are you talking about?
Also, how are you measuring air flow in gallons? I would think that the compressability of gasses would screw with measurements like that.
Heavy flow is sometimes good I guess?
Volume of pump cylinder multiplied by cycles?
Aquarium stuff. The water in my aquarium gets turned over 10 times in an hour, and gets plenty of aeration
Ahhh, gotcha. Thought maybe it was something for work...although I had no idea what.
Aren't you afraid of either suckin the fish through the filter or havin a bubble carry a fish right to the top and chuckin it right on the floor?
The fish likes to swim through the bubbles even
The fish? Only one fish?
Yes... only one fish. It's real overkill right now for filtration, but in about 6-12 months Ares (an oscar) will need it.
The oscar started beating up the barbs real bad, so they got donated to the fish/reptile shop down the street. And the Pleco didn't survive.
A friend had/has an oscar, thats one mean fish. Damm thing eats everything he puts in the tank
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