Posts Tagged aquarium sump

The Aquarium Sump Can Be Used For So Many Things

Marine systems of whatever type, reef aquarium or fish only aquarium, can function successfully on their own without a sump, provided they are properly supported by equipment, are not overstocked and ongoing routine maintenance is completed. There is a way to enhance the seawater quality in the aquarium even if

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Does A Sump Have To Be An Aquarium?

A sump is an excellent addition to a marine system as it is of great benefit to water quality. The sump may hold additional filtration. It also adds additional gallonage to the system. The usual safeguards have to be taken when considering anything for the marine system. One of these

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Should You Drill The Aquarium Or Use An Aquarium Overflow Box

This is a question which I get asked quite a lot. I have my own personal preference but in reality it is down to you as an aquarist to make your own decision based upon your personal preferences.

I suppose really it depends upon whether the aquarium has water in it or not.

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Loads Of Micro Bubbles In My Sump

I have a sump on my saltwater aquarium which is fed by four overflows from the main display aquarium.

This sump contains a deep sand bed, a refugium and all the equipment which can be hidden (heaters, return pump, protein skimmer, calcium reactor and auto top up)

For some reason and I don’t know why I have suddenly started getting loads of micro bubbles in my sump.

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