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Cheap Heating Cables?
I was looking at the "accessories" section of the Arizona Aquatic Gardens
page, and I came across something interesting. Rather than try to describe it,
I'll just quote them.
"ThermoFloat-System Substrate Heater
The Bioplast ThermoFloat-System has been developed to ensure a constant, slow
circulation of nutrients and metabolic products in the substrate. To achieve
this effect, only a slightly higher temperature in the substrate is necessary.
This inexpensive system utilizes the warmth of the existing aquarium
heater/stat or thermofilter and conveys it partly through the special heating-
hose system into the substrate. This makes overheating of the substrate and,
therefore, root damage impossible. The Thermo-Float System runs without
additional electricity and replaces heater cables. Fits all standard
heaters/stats. Systems includes 10 feet hose. No additional electricity
ThermoFloat System: your cost only $36.99 part# 80010
10' Additional Hose your cost only $12.99 part# 80020"
Can anyone tell me more about these? It seems simple enough to build one
myself, but only if I can find some more information. Does anybody have one
(or something like it)? Thanks!