Chaning Aquarium Super Silent Oxygen Air Pump
₹1135 – ₹1475
Proper water change steps for professional aquarium equipment :
1. Prepare the water to be replaced, and accurately measure the water temperature in the fish tank;
2. Heat the water in the bucket to 1-2 degrees higher than the water in the fish tank;
3. Remove the dirty water from the fish tank and add new water. Each water change should not exceed half the tank to prevent the fish from becoming out of place. It is most appropriate to replace one-third to one-quarter of the water every week.
Water Change Summary: Change the water at an isothermal temperature, change the water regularly, and pour the new water slowly into the aquarium to prevent it from running over and scaring or injuring the fish.
Aquarium equipment micro-knowledge: The tap water we usually use in our lives contains chlorine. Although the concentration is not high, it is enough to kill bacteria in tap water. Therefore, the chlorine concentration in the directly released tap water has a strong irritating and corrosive effect on the fish. Long-term direct use of tap water is very harmful to g. Once chlorine poisoned, the fish will develop shortness of breath and run around. Even if you fill the tank with pure oxygen, the fish will not be able to breathe oxygen.
After drying, low concentrations of chlorine diluted several times in tap water have the following effects:
1. Sterilization. It can be used for short-term auxiliary sterilization in fish tanks. In a generally clean tank, the total number of nitrifying bacteria will far exceed the harmful bacteria, so there is no need to worry about the production of nitrifying bacteria. Raising fish in water is more expensive. Chlorine oxide is within the allowable range for fish to receive chlorine. Chlorine dioxide can prevent disease or prevent the spread of fish diseases.
2. Remove algae. Algae will reduce the oxygen level in the tank, and the low concentration of chlorine after drying will inhibit the production of algae, thus increasing the oxygen level. Additionally, aquariums can use germicidal UV lamps to remove algae.
3. Deodorization. Chlorine in low concentrations removes fishy and odorous water from water and is an excellent deodorant. However, due to the low concentration added to the container, the deodorizing effect may not be detected by the human sense of smell. In a more direct manner, activated carbon can be added. The strong adsorption force field around the pores of the activated carbon will suck the toxic gas molecules into the pores. Therefore, activated carbon has a strong adsorption capacity and can be used to absorb odors, odors and toxic gases from fish tanks. .
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