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Fiters for small tanks
i have some wonderful small blue filter, they are about 3 inches round,
three inches high, they have a white plastic center and provide a fine
stream of bubbles with little air pressure. One problem, I have not seen
them available in more than 15 years !!!
The sponge filters of today are very efficient, and very inexpensive.
There are very small sponge filters made by AZOO and sold for a few dollars
at thepetwharehouse, now Dr foster and smith. they are very
efficient................ trouble they use a heavy zinc washer, remove
are glue a piece of tile to hold down, the most efficient I have seen. I
also us PVC Tees, small Jehmco .. many options available......
I Sill think dollar for dollar you can't beat the sterile containers which
are almost 2 1/2 gallons have a wonderful locking top, drill two holes in
the heavy top one for airline and one for feeding., theystack and cost less
than $3.00 at Wal Mart................. a great tank for many purposes,
they are very durable. Rubber made make a great 8 quart container, almost
square and has a great lid................ raise fry in them often.
Tony in RI
At 04:17 PM 2/19/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>In a message dated 2/19/03 4:05:22 PM, rover1043 at msn_com writes:
><< I also use filters made from pvc tees . >>
>Me too, see -- www.keystonekilly.org for one version. I use either filter
>floss or foam from Jehmco.
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