Quad 400 Aquarium Cooling Fan
Overheated tanks can be an absolute disaster and the difference between a 28 degree aquarium doing fine and a 31 degree tank cooking everything is a small margin for error. There can be a number of reasons for tank overheating aside from a heater thermostat failure, such as warm summertime weather, accumulation of heat through aquarium lighting or rising temperature from overheating equipment. Faulty air con in your home or many many other causes.
Specifically Axolotyl and Reef Aquariums do not do well in high temperatures, but fret not. A quality fan system is a simple low tech way to bring down the water temperature by between 2 and 3 degrees fast. This is a great way to save the day.
If you keep Axolotyl in warmer climates like Australia, you may even need to add a chiller to your tank to keep your water within the optimum temperature range. The ideal temperature for Axolotls is between 16-18° Celsius. Axolotls do not hibernate, so you do not need to worry about varying the temperature seasonally. Make sure your tank is kept out of direct sunlight, which can cause temperature swings and increased algae growth.
Another useful tip for keeping Mexican Walking Fish alive is summer is to use a frozen milk bottle which you can float in the tank if your water temperature gets above 22° Celsius. eQuaria recommends that you use a quality digital thermometer that measures both ambient room temperature and tank temperature such as this one here.
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Economical convenient cooling fans with low voltage security transformer.
Easily attaches to aquarium, twin & quad models with adjustable angle.
Can reduce water temperature by 2-3°C depending on room temperature, aquarium size and position/angle of fan.
Dimensions: W400mm x H125mm x D65mm
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