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<div id="content_inc_5" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><table width="90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="7" border="0"><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/pic/article.cfm?c=3578&articleid=841">New Arrival Acclimation Guide</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>You've invested valuable time and money researching the habitat requirements of the fish and corals you wish to house. Naturally, you want to protect this investment by executing a proper acclimation process once the specimens arrive at your door.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/pic/article.cfm?c=3578&articleid=905">How to Introduce New Fish</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Building and maintaining a successful aquarium depends largely on knowing and following best-of-practice procedures based on the collected experience of experts and enthusiasts.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/pic/article.cfm?c=3578&articleid=2169">Quarantine Tanks</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Prevent costly losses by having a quarantine tank ready for any unexpected event. Use quarantine tanks to monitor new aquarium inhabitants before adding them to your main aquarium.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/pic/article.cfm?c=3578&articleid=1119">Quarantine Tank FAQs</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Quarantine tanks are essentially auxiliary aquariums set up along with the main aquarium. They are used to isolate sick fish or to observe new arrivals to minimize the stress of introduction or spread of disease/parasites into the aquarium.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td align="center"><span class="art_names"><a href="../pic/">See All Articles</a></span></td></tr></table></td></tr></table></div>
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<div id="content_inc_1" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>Adjustable drip acclimation system for new aquarium arrivals</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>Gradually equalizes water parameters to minimize stress and shock</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>Ideal for the acclimation of sensitive fish, invertebrates, or corals </strong></span></td> </tr></table><p> Acclimate sensitive fish or invertebrates like the pros. Easy-to-use drip acclimation system gradually equalizes water parameters to minimize fish stress and shock. Simply hook rigid U-tube onto aquarium rim and start siphon. Regulate the volume of water entering the acclimation container with convenient plastic flow control valve. Great for fresh or saltwater use. 36" flexible tubing. </p><p>Please click on <strong>"More Information"</strong> for assembly instructions, directions for use, and important tips.” </p></td></tr><tr><td> </td></tr></table></div>
Fish Acclimation Kit
16100
<div id="content_inc_2" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="4" border="0" width="100%"><tr valign="top"><td> <span class="SectionHeading2"><strong>Contents:</strong></span><br><span class="verdana75pt">1 – rigid U-tube<br> 1 – flow control valve<br> 36" flexible tubing</span> <p> <span class="SectionHeading2"><strong>Kit Assembly</strong></span> <span class="verdana75pt">Unit comes preassembled. <ol><li>Rinse thoroughly with clean tap water before use. </li><li>Place rigid tubing over lip of aquarium so the control valve dangles freely outside the aquarium. Make sure the rigid tubing end is underwater. </li><li>Fully open valve counterclockwise until you can easily start a siphon by sucking on end of valve. </li><li>When siphon starts, adjust drip rate to 2-4 drops per second. This may be adjusted to accommodate larger fish in larger volumes of water. Turn the valve counterclockwise to increase drip rate or clockwise to decrease drip rate. Remember to double the volume of water in about 1/2-1 hour while never taking more than 2 hours total time for acclimation.</li></ol></span> </p><p> </p><hr><p> <img src="/images/adinfo-drip-acclimation-G.jpg" alt="Float bag for 15 minutes to adjust temperature." width="93" height="121" hspace="1" vspace="1" border="0" align="right"><span class="SectionHeading2"><strong>Drip Acclimation Method</strong></span><br><span class="verdana75pt">This method is considered more advanced then other methods. It is geared toward sensitive inhabitants such as snails, corals, shrimp, sea stars, wrasses, and discus. You need the Foster & Smith Aquatics Fish Acclimation Kit and must be willing to monitor the entire process. Gather a clean, 3- or 5-gallon bucket designated for aquarium use only. If acclimating both fish and invertebrates, use a separate bucket for each. <img src="/images/adinfo-drip-acclimation-H.jpg" alt="Carefully empty contents of bag into a bucket." width="93" height="121" hspace="1" vspace="1" border="0" align="right"><ol><li>Turn off aquarium lights. </li><li>Dim the lights in the room where your specimen bags will be opened. (Severe stress or trauma may result from sudden exposure to bright light.) </li><li>Float the sealed bag in your aquarium for 15 minutes (Fig. A). This allows the water in the specimen bag to adjust slowly to the temperature in the aquarium. </li><li> <img src="/images/adinfo-drip-acclimation-I.jpg" alt="You may need to tilt the bucket to keep from exposing sensitive inverts to the air." width="93" height="121" hspace="1" vspace="1" border="0" align="right"> Carefully empty the contents of the bags (including the water) into the buckets (Fig. B), making sure not to expose sensitive invertebrates to the air. Depending on the amount of water in each bag, this may require tilting the bucket at a 45-degree angle to make sure the animals are fully submerged (Fig. C). You may need a prop or wedge to help hold the bucket in this position until there is enough liquid in the bucket to put it back to a level position. </li><li> Use the Foster & Smith Aquatics Fish Acclimation Kit to set up and run a siphon drip line from the main aquarium to the bucket. You'll need separate kits for each bucket used. The rigid tubing will sit over the trim of most glass aquariums. Use the enclosed valve to regulate flow from the aquarium into the bucket. <img src="/images/adinfo-drip-acclimation-J.jpg" alt="Adjust the drip by adjusting the control valve to a rate of about 2-4 drips per second." width="108" height="252" hspace="1" vspace="1" border="0" align="right"></li><li>Begin a siphon by sucking on the end of the airline tubing you'll be placing into the bucket. When water begins flowing through the tubing, adjust the drip by adjusting the control valve to a rate of about 2-4 drips per second (Fig. D). </li><li>When the water volume in the bucket doubles, discard half and continue the acclimation process until the volume doubles once more – about one hour. </li><li>At this point, the specimens can be transferred to the aquarium. (Fig. E) Sponges, clams, and gorgonians should never be directly exposed to air. Gently scoop them out of the drip bucket with the specimen bag, making sure they're fully covered in water. Submerge the bag underwater in the aquarium and gently remove the specimen from the bag. Next, seal off the bag underwater by twisting the opening, and remove it from the aquarium. Discard both the bag and the enclosed water. A tiny amount of the diluted water will escape into the aquarium; this is okay. Also, to avoid damage, please remember never to touch the "fleshy" part of live coral when handling.</li></ol></span> </p><p> <img src="/images/adinfo-drip-acclimation-K.jpg" alt="Transferm specimens to aquarium. Remember to check the specific gravity to be sure they are the same." width="270" height="156" hspace="1" vspace="1" border="0"></p><p> </p><hr><p> <strong>Important Tips</strong> </p><ul><li><strong>Be patient</strong> – never rush the acclimation procedure. The total acclimation time for your new arrival should take no longer than two hours. </li><li><strong>Always follow the acclimation procedure</strong> even if your new arrival appears to be dead. Some fish and invertebrates can appear dead when they arrive and will usually revive when the acclimation procedure is followed correctly. </li><li><strong>Never place an airstone</strong> into the shipping bag or bucket when acclimating your new arrival. This will increase the pH of the shipping water too quickly and expose your new arrival to lethal ammonia. </li><li><strong>Keep aquarium lights off</strong> for at least four hours after the new arrival is introduced into the aquarium. </li><li><strong>Most invertebrates and marine plants</strong> are more sensitive than fish to changes in specific gravity. Please acclimate invertebrates to a specific gravity of 1.023-1.025 or severe stress or trauma may result. </li><li><strong>Some live corals produce excess slime when shipped.</strong> After the acclimation procedure is followed, hold the coral by the rock or skeletal base and gently shake the coral in the shipping bag before placing into the aquarium. To avoid damage, please remember never to touch the "fleshy" part of a live coral. Many species of coral will not open for several days after introduction into their new home. </li><li>In some instances, <strong>a new tank mate will be chased and harassed</strong> by one or all of your existing tank mates. <p> <strong>Solution 1:</strong> A clean plastic spaghetti strainer (found at your local discount store) can be used to contain a tank bully within the aquarium for several hours until the new arrival adjusts to its surroundings. Just float the perforated plastic basket in the aquarium. Net the tank bully and place in the floating basket for approximately four hours while the new arrival adjusts to your aquarium. Never place the new arrival in this basket; the new specimen must get familiar with your aquarium. By placing the tank bully in a perforated basket, you'll reduce the stress on the new arrival. </p><p> <strong>Solution 2:</strong> A perforated plastic lighting grid can be purchased at the local hardware store to cut down the width of your aquarium. This grid may be used to section off a small portion of the aquarium to separate territorial or aggressive fish from the newest tank mate. After the new addition adjusts to the unfamiliar environment, the divider can be removed.</p></li></ul></td> </tr></table></td></tr></table></div>
<div id="content_inc_5" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><table width="90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="7" border="0"><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/pic/article.cfm?c=3578&articleid=841">New Arrival Acclimation Guide</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>You've invested valuable time and money researching the habitat requirements of the fish and corals you wish to house. Naturally, you want to protect this investment by executing a proper acclimation process once the specimens arrive at your door.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/pic/article.cfm?c=3578&articleid=905">How to Introduce New Fish</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Building and maintaining a successful aquarium depends largely on knowing and following best-of-practice procedures based on the collected experience of experts and enthusiasts.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/pic/article.cfm?c=3578&articleid=2169">Quarantine Tanks</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Prevent costly losses by having a quarantine tank ready for any unexpected event. Use quarantine tanks to monitor new aquarium inhabitants before adding them to your main aquarium.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/pic/article.cfm?c=3578&articleid=1119">Quarantine Tank FAQs</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Quarantine tanks are essentially auxiliary aquariums set up along with the main aquarium. They are used to isolate sick fish or to observe new arrivals to minimize the stress of introduction or spread of disease/parasites into the aquarium.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td align="center"><span class="art_names"><a href="../pic/">See All Articles</a></span></td></tr></table></td></tr></table></div>
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<div id="content_inc_1" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td> <div class="productcol3"> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td> <span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span> </td> <td> <span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Acclimation and pest prevention kit for ornamental aquarium clams</strong></span> </td> </tr></table></div> <div class="productcol3"> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td> <span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span> </td> <td> <span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Convenient way to reduce potential infestation of reef aquariums</strong></span> </td> </tr></table></div> <div class="productcol3"> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td> <span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span> </td> <td> <span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Kit includes two ceramic clam holders for safe aquarium placement</strong></span> </td> </tr></table></div> <p> Don't let your prized clam be a carrier of nuisance hitchhikers. Thrive Aquatics Thrive C Clam Kit offers a simple and easy way to minimize the transport of harmful snails, protozoan, and stinging anemones (Aiptasia). Inclusive kit comes with the necessary tools and information to eradicate these pests and properly acclimate two clams. </p><p> Thrive Aquatics Thrive C Clam Kit includes instructions for acclimation, disease prevention and treatment, an acclimation tube, two ceramic clam holders, a cleaning brush, and an ammonia neutralizer for acclimation. Clever Clam Holders provide a hard, contoured attachment site for clams and a convenient way to move your clam for photo-acclimation, aquarium cleaning, or treatment without damaging their byssal threads. </p><p> Shop all <a href="/fish-supplies/aquarium-fish-acclimation-and-quarantine-supplies/ps/c/3578/21246">Aquarium Acclimation and Quarantine Products</a>. </p><p> Please click <strong>"More Information"</strong> for instructions. </p></td></tr><tr><td> </td></tr></table></div>
Thrive Aquatics Thrive C Clam Kit
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<div id="content_inc_2" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><strong>Instructions</strong> <ol><li>CLEAN - Use the included brush to scrub over the shell and near the foot to remove predatory snails and their eggs, sponges and stinging anemones (Aiptaisia). Be sure not to scrub the foot tissue or you may damage it. Predatory snails are small, white and generally feed near the foot of a clam. </li><li>ACCLIMATE - Place the freshly cleaned clam into a dish with the water it was transported in along with one measure of the included Ammonia Neutralizer. Choose a large bowl or a small bucket that can hold about three times the amount of water the clam is in now. Use the included tubing to siphon water into the container the clam is in from your aquarium. Secure one end of the tubing in your tank by setting it under a rock, or securing it with a clip. Suck the other end to start a siphon. Once a siphon starts, make a simple knot in the tube to bring the flow to a slow drip, and let the tank water flow into the container holding the clam. Once the container fills, lift the clam from the bowl and into your tank. </li><li>PLACEMENT - Put the included Clam Holder as far from strong lighting in your tank as possible (like a bottom corner). Set the newly acclimated clam on the Clam Holder, fitting its foot into the center of the contour. Clams need time to adjust to new lighting and attach. Attachment can take anywhere from a few hours to two weeks. To avoid light shock, move the clam and holder a few inches close to more intense light every week until the clam is in an area of sufficient lighting, water current and viewing pleasure. If this place is on the sand bed, the Clam Holder can be partially covered with sand; just do not get sand up against the foot of the clam.</li></ol><p> <strong>TREATMENT (ONLY IF NECESSARY)</strong><br> A common protozoan disease where the edges of the mantle appear shriveled before the clam dies, usually within two weeks, is called "pinched mantle." Treatment for this disease is a simple freshwater dip. Prepare a dip by filling a bucket with a gallon or two of purified water at the same temperature and pH as your tank. Test the pH of your tank and the pH of the purified water you will be using for the dip with a test kit. Bring the pH of the purified water up by using a pH Increase or buffer available at most common aquarium stores. Perform the dip by shaking the clam in freshwater for a couple of minutes, then let it set in the bucket for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes have elapsed, return the clam to your tank and wait a couple of days for it to recover. </p></td></tr></table></div>
<div id="content_inc_5" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><table width="90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="7" border="0"><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=562">Increase Aeration for Healthy Aquariums</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Bubbles beautify your aquarium display, improve water quality, and make your aquarium more hospitable for inhabitants. With an air pump, airline tubing, an air check valve, and a touch of creativity, you can easily create a cascade of bubbles.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=2310">Easy Tips for Improved Water Quality</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Excess nutrients, high ammonia levels, and low dissolved oxygen content are common examples of potentially dangerous aquarium conditions. Learn More.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=442">Aquarium Aeration</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>If you wait until the fish in your aquarium are gasping for oxygen at the surface, or hanging out near filter returns, it may be too late to avoid serious stress, or worse. You need to make sure there is a plentiful supply of oxygen at all times.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td align="center"><span class="art_names"><a href="../pic/">See All Articles</a></span></td></tr></table></td></tr></table></div>
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<div id="content_inc_1" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Promote proper aeration and gas exchange in your aquarium</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>High quality silica airstones for aquarium air pumps</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Aquarium airstones made from glass-bonded silica resist clogging</strong></span></td> </tr></table><p> Lasting clog-resistant performance ensures proper aquarium aeration. Silica Airstones feature a uniform pore structure for low airflow resistance AND resistance to clogging. The result is even and reliable bubble production for proper aeration (gas exchange) with little or no maintenance. Perfect for use with air pumps. Self-weighting when used with typical tubing lengths. Machined from a solid block of glass-bonded silica. <strong>Small</strong> measures 1-1/2" x 1/2" x 1/2" and <strong>Medium</strong> measures 3" x 1" x 1".<!--<strong>Large</strong> airstone fits 1/4" tubing. Barb fittings.--> Airstones, curtains, and diffusers require an <a href="/fish-supplies/aquarium-air-pump/aquarium-hobby-pumps/ps/c/3578/3669/12911">air pump</a> and <a href="/fish-supplies/aquarium-air-pump/aquarium-airline-tubing-valves/ps/c/3578/3669/8046">airline tubing</a> for use (sold separately). </p><p> Please click on <strong>"More Information"</strong> for directions for use. </p></td></tr><tr><td> </td></tr></table></div>
Sweetwater® Silica Airstones
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<div id="content_inc_2" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td> <strong>Directions for use:</strong> <ul><li>Attach the Silica Airstones to the airline tubing of your air pump. Note: Be sure the air pump is turned off. </li><li>Place airstone in the aquarium. </li><li>If needed, hold airstone down with a rock or other weighted object. </li><li>Turn air pump on. To regulate airflow, use an aquarium air valve or gang valve.</li></ul><p> <strong>General Information</strong> </p><p> <strong>Sweetwater® Silica Airstones</strong><br> As close to perfect as diffusers get!<br> Sweetwater diffusers are the highest-quality ceramic-type Silica Airstones on the market today. They're machined from a solid block of glass-bonded silica. Because dust and dirt particles up to 30 microns in size will pass right through these diffusers, there's no need for expensive air filters. And with an air resistance of less than .25 psi, Sweetwater glass-bonded diffusers are compatible with economical low-pressure blowers. </p><p> They produce a uniform medium/fine bubble and are very resistant to clogging. And when cleaning does become necessary because of a buildup of calcium precipitate or bacteria, an acid bath restores them to like-new performance. Made in USA. </p><p> <strong>Sweetwater: The Best</strong><br> With their round grain pore structure, low resistance to airflow, uniform porosity and resistance to clogging, Sweetwater diffusers are clearly the best diffusers available for general aquaculture aeration. </p><p> Smaller pores don't necessarily produce smaller bubbles. Sweetwater diffusers are engineered to produce the smallest bubble possible within the constraints of a reasonable service life. In most soft water applications, they won't need to be cleaned for more than a year. Note that water pH in excess of 9.0 will shorten the diffuser life. Self-weighting when used with typical tubing lengths. </p></td></tr></table></div>
<div id="content_inc_5" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><table width="90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="7" border="0"><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=562">Increase Aeration for Healthy Aquariums</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Bubbles beautify your aquarium display, improve water quality, and make your aquarium more hospitable for inhabitants. With an air pump, airline tubing, an air check valve, and a touch of creativity, you can easily create a cascade of bubbles.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=2310">Easy Tips for Improved Water Quality</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Excess nutrients, high ammonia levels, and low dissolved oxygen content are common examples of potentially dangerous aquarium conditions. Learn More.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=442">Aquarium Aeration</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>If you wait until the fish in your aquarium are gasping for oxygen at the surface, or hanging out near filter returns, it may be too late to avoid serious stress, or worse. You need to make sure there is a plentiful supply of oxygen at all times.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td align="center"><span class="art_names"><a href="../pic/">See All Articles</a></span></td></tr></table></td></tr></table></div>
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<div id="content_inc_1" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Turbo aerator for aquarium aeration and water movement</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Beautiful flurry of air bubbles improve aquarium water quality</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Enhanced aquarium aeration design reduces maintenance</strong></span></td> </tr></table><p> Improve aquarium aeration and water movement while minimizing energy use and maintenance. Hydor Bubble Maker boasts easier setup and reliable performance while operating on just four watts! Turbo-powered aquarium aeration device features an enhanced design that protects the rotor from substrate and debris that can obstruct or impair performance. Special rotor and channeled casing generate a flurry of air bubbles that improve aquarium water quality and aesthetics. Enjoy a dramatic column of sparkling air bubbles while providing oxygen-rich water movement essential for a healthy aquarium environment. </p><p> The Hydor Bubble Maker measures approximately 1-3/4" x 2-1/4" x 2-1/2" high. Base measures 3-1/4" x 4" and features an airline tubing router. 70 gph flowrate. Features a mounting pin for convenient installation of the optional <a href="/product/prod_display.cfm?pcatid=23637">Hydor LED Light</a> for brilliant light effects. For use at a suggested depth no greater than 18" deep. </p><p> Please click on <strong>"More Information"</strong> for benefits of aquarium aeration. </p></td></tr><tr><td> </td></tr></table></div>
Hydor Bubble Maker
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<div id="content_inc_2" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><strong>Benefits of Aquarium Aeration</strong><br> Bubbles beautify your aquarium display, improve water quality, and make it more hospitable for aquarium inhabitants. In addition to providing oxygen for fish to breathe, aeration devices play a vital role in maintaining efficient biological filtration. <p> <strong>Oxygen and biological filtration</strong><br> Aquarium biological filtration relies primarily on aerobic beneficial bacteria to break down nitrogenous waste materials. Without a steady supply of fresh oxygen, harmful gasses and chemicals can quickly accumulate to create a toxic environment. A sudden buildup of excess waste materials can then trigger a series of events to further exacerbate the situation. </p><p> Beneficial bacteria reproduce rapidly in response to sudden increase in waste materials (for example, due to overfeeding). As they multiply, the bacteria become visible and form what look like clouds of swirling, white smoke. This bacteria bloom uses up large amounts of oxygen and can create an oxygen-poor environment harmful to fish and other inhabitants </p><p> <strong>Increase oxygen</strong><br> Water with low oxygen content is more common and dangerous to aquarium inhabitants than often realized. Fortunately, the use of aeration devices like air pumps and airstones are an easy and effective way to replenish and maintain healthy oxygen levels. </p><p> A constant supply of fresh oxygen allows efficient biological filtration to take place without depleting oxygen fish need to breathe. Aeration devices also promote proper gas exchange and reduce buildup of harmful gasses such as carbon dioxide. They also maintain a stable pH by counteracting the pH-lowering effects of carbon dioxide </p><p> With an air pump, airline tubing, a check valve, and a touch of creativity, you can easily create a cascade of soothing, beneficial bubbles in your aquarium.</p></td></tr></table></div>
<div id="content_inc_5" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><table width="90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="7" border="0"><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=562">Increase Aeration for Healthy Aquariums</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Bubbles beautify your aquarium display, improve water quality, and make your aquarium more hospitable for inhabitants. With an air pump, airline tubing, an air check valve, and a touch of creativity, you can easily create a cascade of bubbles.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=2310">Easy Tips for Improved Water Quality</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Excess nutrients, high ammonia levels, and low dissolved oxygen content are common examples of potentially dangerous aquarium conditions. Learn More.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=442">Aquarium Aeration</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>If you wait until the fish in your aquarium are gasping for oxygen at the surface, or hanging out near filter returns, it may be too late to avoid serious stress, or worse. You need to make sure there is a plentiful supply of oxygen at all times.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td align="center"><span class="art_names"><a href="../pic/">See All Articles</a></span></td></tr></table></td></tr></table></div>
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<div id="content_inc_1" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>Disk-shaped airstone diffuser for proper aquarium aeration</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>Increase vital oxygen AND enjoy a dazzling aquarium display</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>Decorative rising column of air bubbles aid aquarium fish health</strong></span></td> </tr></table><p> <img src="/images/logo_hagen.gif" alt="Hagen" width="72" height="27" hspace="2" vspace="2" border="0" align="right">Improve aeration while increasing aquarium aesthetic appeal! Hagen Elite Bubble Disk is an economical addition to your aquarium that creates an eye-catching visual display of bubbles that enrich oxygen content for better fish health. Disk-shaped airstone diffuser produces a cylindrical bubble column that rises to the surface to increase surface agitation for greater overall water circulation and aquarium gas exchange. A decorative touch ideal for any aquarium. Airstones, curtains, and diffusers require an <a href="/fish-supplies/aquarium-air-pump/aquarium-hobby-pumps/ps/c/3578/3669/12911">air pump</a> and <a href="/fish-supplies/aquarium-air-pump/aquarium-airline-tubing-valves/ps/c/3578/3669/8046">airline tubing</a> for use (sold separately). </p><p> Please click on <strong>"More Information"</strong> for use directions. </p></td></tr><tr><td> </td></tr></table></div>
Elite Bubble Disk
23689
<div id="content_inc_2" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td> <strong>Note:</strong> The volume and pressure output of your air pump will determine how large an area of the disk will release bubbles. <p><strong>Directions:</strong> </p><ol><li>Attach airline tubing to Bubble Disk and place in aquarium.</li> <li>Allow Bubble Disk to soak for 15 minutes before turning on air supply.</li> <li>If algae buildup reduces airflow after extended use, remove Bubble Disk from aquarium and clean surface with a stiff brush.</li> </ol></td></tr></table></div>
<div id="content_inc_5" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><table width="90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="7" border="0"><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=562">Increase Aeration for Healthy Aquariums</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Bubbles beautify your aquarium display, improve water quality, and make your aquarium more hospitable for inhabitants. With an air pump, airline tubing, an air check valve, and a touch of creativity, you can easily create a cascade of bubbles.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=2310">Easy Tips for Improved Water Quality</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Excess nutrients, high ammonia levels, and low dissolved oxygen content are common examples of potentially dangerous aquarium conditions. Learn More.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=442">Aquarium Aeration</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>If you wait until the fish in your aquarium are gasping for oxygen at the surface, or hanging out near filter returns, it may be too late to avoid serious stress, or worse. You need to make sure there is a plentiful supply of oxygen at all times.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td align="center"><span class="art_names"><a href="../pic/">See All Articles</a></span></td></tr></table></td></tr></table></div>
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<div id="content_inc_1" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>Multipurpose aquarium airstones produce decorative and functional air bubbles</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>Introduces vital oxygen into aquarium water to accelerate oxygen replenishment</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="verdana75pt"><strong>Increases surface agitation for proper gas exchange - reduces CO2 buildup</strong></span></td> </tr></table><p> <img src="/images/logo_hagen.gif" alt="Hagen" width="72" height="27" hspace="2" vspace="2" border="0" align="right">Supply your aquarium with plenty of air bubbles for improved aeration and water movement. Designed to efficiently diffuse air for increased surface agitation. Promotes proper gas exchange to accelerate oxygen replenishment and reduce carbon dioxide buildup. </p><p> <strong>Extendible Airstones</strong><br> Two or more Aqua Fizzzz Extendible Airstones can be placed in line with one another for a spectacular bubble effect. They're encased in plastic for longer life and easy placement in the gravel. In 10" lengths. Fits standard airline tubing. </p><p> <strong>Standard Airstones</strong> (not shown)<br> Their large size supplies your aquarium with plenty of bubbles for improved aeration and water circulation. Creates a dazzling underwater scene. Non-extendible. In 4", 6", and 12" lengths. Fits standard airline tubing. Airstones, curtains, and diffusers require an <a href="/fish-supplies/aquarium-air-pump/aquarium-hobby-pumps/ps/c/3578/3669/12911">air pump</a> and <a href="/fish-supplies/aquarium-air-pump/aquarium-airline-tubing-valves/ps/c/3578/3669/8046">airline tubing</a> for use (sold separately). </p><p> <span class="Jason11"><em><strong>Please note:</strong> Color of product may vary from picture due to availablity from the manufacturer. Sorry for any inconvenience</em></span> </p><p> Please click on <strong>"More Information"</strong> for installation instructions and tips. </p></td></tr><tr><td> </td></tr></table></div>
Aqua Fizzzz Airstones
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<div id="content_inc_2" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><strong>Installation Instructions:</strong><br> Connect the airstone to your airline tubing and place it in desired location. <p> <strong>Tips</strong> </p><ul><li>Place your air pump in an elevated location higher than your aquarium to prevent a back-siphon effect that may occur in the event of a power outage. </li><li>Use a unidirectional check valve to prevent back siphon. </li><li>Install an air flow control valve to regulate bubble output through your airstones. </li><li>Use a gang valve to run multiple airstones through a single air pump. Keep in mind that the air flow through each airstone will decrease as air is diverted to run more airstones. </li><li>Algae and other organic buildup on the airstone's surface can decrease air bubble production. To maintain optimum bubble production, use a brush to scrub off organic buildup. </li><li>Proper aeration creates a healthy environment for fish but also allows efficient biological filtration to take place. Aerobic bacteria require oxygen to break down harmful ammonia and nitrite. </li><li>In aquariums with photosynthetic organisms (plants or corals), set your air pump on a timer to run when the lights are turned off. Photosynthetic plants and corals release carbon dioxide at night. Running an air pump at night provides vital aeration to counteract the harmful effects of carbon dioxide buildup.</li></ul></td></tr></table></div>
<div id="content_inc_5" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><table width="90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="7" border="0"><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=562">Increase Aeration for Healthy Aquariums</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Bubbles beautify your aquarium display, improve water quality, and make your aquarium more hospitable for inhabitants. With an air pump, airline tubing, an air check valve, and a touch of creativity, you can easily create a cascade of bubbles.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=2310">Easy Tips for Improved Water Quality</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Excess nutrients, high ammonia levels, and low dissolved oxygen content are common examples of potentially dangerous aquarium conditions. Learn More.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=442">Aquarium Aeration</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>If you wait until the fish in your aquarium are gasping for oxygen at the surface, or hanging out near filter returns, it may be too late to avoid serious stress, or worse. You need to make sure there is a plentiful supply of oxygen at all times.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td align="center"><span class="art_names"><a href="../pic/">See All Articles</a></span></td></tr></table></td></tr></table></div>
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<div id="content_inc_1" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Innovative airstones for proper aquarium aeration and bubble production</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Pressed sand construction allows even distribution of air through airstones</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Notched design increases bubble-producing surface area for aquarium aeration</strong></span></td> </tr></table><p> Ensure proper aquarium aeration with Aircore Sand Airstones. Made with pressed sand, Aircore Sand Airstones allow even distribution of air throughout the entire airstone for dynamic bubble production. Crenellated (notched) design increases bubble producing surface area for the production of more aquarium-aerating bubbles. Airstones, curtains, and diffusers require an <a href="/fish-supplies/aquarium-air-pump/aquarium-hobby-pumps/ps/c/3578/3669/12911">air pump</a> and <a href="/fish-supplies/aquarium-air-pump/aquarium-airline-tubing-valves/ps/c/3578/3669/8046">airline tubing</a> for use (sold separately). </p><p> Please click on <strong>"More Information"</strong> for directions for use. </p></td></tr><tr><td> </td></tr></table></div>
Aircore Sand Airstones
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<div id="content_inc_2" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><strong>Directions for use:</strong> <ul><li>Attach the Aircore Sand Air Stone to the air line tubing of your air pump.<strong> Note:</strong> Be sure the air pump is turned off. </li><li>Place airstone in the aquarium. </li><li>Hold airstone down with a rock or other weighted object. </li><li>Turn air pump on. To regulate airflow, use an aquarium air valve or gang valve.</li></ul></td></tr></table></div>
<div id="content_inc_5" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><table width="90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="7" border="0"><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=562">Increase Aeration for Healthy Aquariums</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Bubbles beautify your aquarium display, improve water quality, and make your aquarium more hospitable for inhabitants. With an air pump, airline tubing, an air check valve, and a touch of creativity, you can easily create a cascade of bubbles.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=2310">Easy Tips for Improved Water Quality</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Excess nutrients, high ammonia levels, and low dissolved oxygen content are common examples of potentially dangerous aquarium conditions. Learn More.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/Pic/article.cfm?c=3578&aid=442">Aquarium Aeration</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>If you wait until the fish in your aquarium are gasping for oxygen at the surface, or hanging out near filter returns, it may be too late to avoid serious stress, or worse. You need to make sure there is a plentiful supply of oxygen at all times.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td align="center"><span class="art_names"><a href="../pic/">See All Articles</a></span></td></tr></table></td></tr></table></div>
3671
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<div id="content_inc_1" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Aquarium air bubble wand with clear, plastic anchoring feet</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Anchoring feet allow versatile and secure aquarium placement</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Easy-to-install Anchor Bubbler will not float or drift away</strong></span></td> </tr></table><p> Drift-free Anchor Bubblers create a beautiful curtain of bubble that stays put. Clever plastic anchoring feet secures Anchor Bubbler in aquarium gravel to prevent drifting - will not float. Conventional suction-cup-mounted bubble wands can be only attached to aquarium wall surfaces. However, the Anchor Bubbler allows versatile placement in your aquarium for discreet and creative displays of oxygenating bubbles. Airstones, curtains, and diffusers require an <a href="/fish-supplies/aquarium-air-pump/aquarium-hobby-pumps/ps/c/3578/3669/12911">air pump</a> and <a href="/fish-supplies/aquarium-air-pump/aquarium-airline-tubing-valves/ps/c/3578/3669/8046">airline tubing</a> for use (sold separately). </p><p> Please click on <strong>"More Information"</strong> for directions for use. </p></td></tr><tr><td> </td></tr></table></div>
Anchor Bubblers
19782
<div id="content_inc_2" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><strong>Directions for Use:</strong><br> Use the Anchor Bubbler to create beautiful displays of bubbles in your aquarium. <p> </p><ul><li>Attach Anchor Bubbler to the airline tubing of your air pump. <strong>Note:</strong> Be sure that the pump is turned off. </li><li>Place the Anchor Bubbler in the aquarium. </li><li>Cover the plastic anchors with gravel. </li><li>Turn air pump on. To regulate the airflow, use an aquarium air valve or gang valve (#35662).</li></ul></td></tr></table></div>
<div id="content_inc_5" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><table width="90%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="7" border="0"><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/pic/article.cfm?N=2004&aid=714">Top 10 Algae-Busting Tips</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Aquarium algae is one battle all aquarists face. If left unchecked, it can cover the glass, filters, plants, and substrate. This article discusses the top 10 tips for beating the aquarium maintenance nightmare.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/pic/article.cfm?N=2004&aid=926">Control Aquarium Algae with Chemical Filter Media</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>The presence of algae is a normal part of keeping an aquarium. However, aggressive algae growth is a good indication that your system is out of balance. Use chemical filter media to remove excess nutrients that help algae thrive.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td><table width="100%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0"><tr><td><span class="art_names"><a href="/pic/article.cfm?N=2004&aid=1802">How to Prevent Red Slime Algae in Marine Aquariums</a></span></td></tr><tr><td>Red Slime Algae are unsightly, aggressive algae commonly found in many saltwater aquariums. Though they are commonly referred to as algae, they are not "true" algae, but are cyanobacteria. This article explains how to manage red slime algae.</td></tr></table></td></tr><tr><td align="center"><span class="art_names"><a href="../pic/">See All Articles</a></span></td></tr></table></td></tr></table></div>
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<div id="content_inc_1" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td> <div class="productcol3"> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td> <span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span> </td> <td> <span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Liquid algae-control product for fresh and saltwater aquariums</strong></span> </td> </tr></table></div> <div class="productcol3"> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td> <span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span> </td> <td> <span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Controls many types of algae including "green water" blooms</strong></span> </td> </tr></table></div> <div class="productcol3"> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td> <span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span> </td> <td> <span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Specially formulated for use in aquariums containing live plants and fish</strong></span> </td> </tr></table></div> <p> <img src="/images/logo-API.gif" alt="Aquarium Pharmaceuticals" width="72" height="36" hspace="4" vspace="2" border="0" align="right">Clear up algae problems with revolutionary AlgaeFix® for fresh or saltwater aquariums. Use <strong>AlgaeFix® Freshwater</strong> for Freshwater aquariums containing live plants and fish to control green water, blue-green algae, black beard, string or hair, blanket-weed algae, and more (not for use with crustaceans such as crabs, shrimp, or freshwater lobsters). <strong>AlgaeFix® Marine</strong> can be used in aquariums with corals and other invertebrates. Controls Cladophora, Oscillatoria/Spirulina major, and Cyclotella algae in marine aquariums. 16 oz treats up to 4,800 gallons. </p><p> <strong>Efficacy of AlgaeFix® Marine in the Laboratory and Aquarium</strong> - <a title="Click here to see the amazing results after 3 weeks of treatment against 4 cultures of marine algae." href="http://www.drsfostersmith.com/Media/PDF/33906-algaefix-marine-study.pdf" target="altsite">see the amazing results after 3 weeks of treatment against 4 cultures of marine algae</a>!<br> (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 or later - <a title="Click here for download / installation instructions for Adobe Acrobat Reader" href="/downloads/adobe_redir.cfm" target="altsite">get it here for free</a>) </p><p> Please click on <strong>"More Information"</strong> for additional benefits and recommended dosage. </p></td></tr><tr><td> </td></tr></table></div>
AlgaeFix®
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<div id="content_inc_2" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><span class="SectionHeading2"><strong>Freshwater AlgaeFix</strong></span><br><strong>Recommended Dosage:</strong><br> NOTE: Directions are specific to the individual package size and dispenser design. Follow the directions on the package. <p> <strong>Active ingredients:</strong><br> Poly Oxyethylene, Ethyl ENR, Ethylene Dichloride. </p><p> <strong>Purpose and Benefits:</strong><br> AlgaeFix is a liquid algae-control product for use in ornamental fishponds, water gardens, fountains, and freshwater aquariums. AlgaeFix is specially formulated for use in ponds and aquariums containing live plants and fish. AlgaeFix controls many types of algae, including "green water" blooms and filamentous algae. AlgaeFix is colorless and non-corrosive. </p><p> <strong>NOTE:</strong> Do NOT use AlgaeFix with crustaceans, including crabs, shrimp, freshwater shrimp and freshwater lobsters. </p><p> <span class="SectionHeading2"><strong>AlgaeFix Marine</strong></span><br><strong>Active Ingredients:</strong> Poly[oxyethylene(dimethyliminio)ethylene(dimethyliminio)ethylene dichloride]:4.5% </p><p> <strong>Other Ingredients:</strong>95.50% </p><p> <strong>Directions for Use:</strong><br> It is a violation of federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. </p><p> Add 1 ml (1/5 tsp) for each 10 gallons or 5 ml (1 tsp) for each 50 gallons or 50 ml (10 tsp) for each 500 gallons of aquarium water. Repeat dose every 3 days until algae is controlled. Siphon or scrape any dead algae from aquarium. Once algal growth is under control, add one dose per week. Weekly doses of AlgaeFix Marine will control algal growth and reduce aquarium maintenance. </p><p> <strong>Benefits:</strong><br> AlgaeFix Marine effectively controls these types of saltwater algae: Green algae (<em>Cladophora</em>), "Red Slime" (<em>Oscillatoria/Spirulina major</em>), "Brown Algae" (<em>Cyclotella</em>) in marine aquariums containing live corals, invertebrates, and fish. When used in saltwater AlgaeFix Marine will not harm snails, clams, scallops, shrimp, anemones, sea cucumbers, feather dusters, coralline algae, soft corals, hard corals, and other invertebrates. Does not discolor the water or cause foaming. </p></td></tr></table></div>
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<div id="content_inc_1" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td> <table cellpadding="4" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Convenient algae control tablets for freshwater aquariums</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Fizzing tablets removes existing algae from aquarium water</strong></span></td> </tr><tr valign="top"><td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>*</strong></span></td> <td><span class="Verdana75pt"><strong>Control the formation of new algae in glass or acrylic aquariums</strong></span></td> </tr></table><p> <img src="/images/logo-tetra-blue.gif" alt="Tetra" width="72" height="23" hspace="2" vspace="2" border="0" align="right">Control existing aquarium algae and the formation of new algae with easy-to-use fizzing tablets. Tetra No More Algae offers a convenient way to inhibit the growth of many types of algae in freshwater aquariums. Unsightly suspended green water algae blooms and even algae that grows on the sides of glass or acrylic aquariums are no match for these fizzing tablets. Premeasured tablets eliminates the need to measure and dispense liquid for the ultimate in algae control convenience. Leaves aquarium water crystal clear and free of nuisance algae. For freshwater aquariums. Not for use in aquariums with live plants, snails or other invertebrates. Sixteen tablets. Treats up to 160 gallons. </p><p> Please click on <strong>"More Information"</strong> for directions for use. </p></td></tr><tr><td> </td></tr></table></div>
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<div id="content_inc_2" class="content_inc" style="display:inline;display:none;visibility:hidden;"> <table valign="top"><tr><td><strong>Directions for Use</strong><br> It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. <p> Use one tablet for each ten gallons of aquarium water. Repeat treatment when algae growth begins to appear. </p><p> <strong>Note:</strong> Not for use in soft and/or acid water with low alkalinity. For regular maintenance, use once a month or as algae growth starts to appear. For best results, if algae is already present on the sides of aquarium, wipe clean before treating. This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. </p><p> <strong>Active Ingredients</strong><br><strong>Cooper Sulfate pentahydrate*</strong> 0.05%<br><strong>Diuron [3-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-1,1-dimethylurra]</strong> 0.67%<br><strong>Other Ingredients</strong> 99.28%<br><strong>Total</strong> 100% </p><p> *Metallic copper equivalent 0.0127% </p><p> <strong>General Information</strong><br> Tetra No More Algae helps inhibit the growth of many types of algae in freshwater aquariums including suspended algae blooms and algae which grows on the sides of glass and acrylic tanks. Do not use in aquariums with live plants, snails or other invertebrates. Remove carbon from filter during use. </p></td></tr></table></div>

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