The reason I like the idea of two is so you can have pickups/intakes at either end of the aquarium.
Cascade 1500 filtration can be a good option for aquarium more than 75 gallons even this canister filter can handle aquariums up to 200 gallons. It has an attractive design and is portable so that you can use it anywhere. To help the user use this canister filter a quick and easy push button primer apply on Cascade 1500. Besides that, it also offers two independent 360 degrees of rotating taps that make it more efficient when filling water onto the fish tank. Therefore, you can supply water on the aquarium more quickly. Considering the offers above, it is reasonable that it belongs to the best canister filter that is available in the market today.
If you are looking for a smaller fish tank, this can be a good idea. Even though it looks small, this equipment has a great enough capacity. So, it is suitable for you who have an aquarium with up to 75 gallons of capacity. Anyway, it is very portable, and it is easy to bring anywhere. Related to the design this aquarium filtration comes with sound dampening quite impeller design. This design functions to minimize the sound so that it has the quieter operation when you use it.
75 gallon fish tank with a 20 gallon filter for 800 in Newark, OH.
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I am getting my first large 75 gallon fish tank tomorrow. I have never owned a tank this large before and want to know what kind of a filter and/or brand would be good for this size tank. I will need a heater also, so any recommendations for that would be good too. I know I could probably walk into my local Petco and ask the young girl who had probably been working there for 3 months, but I thought I would go with some idea of what has worked well for others.For choosing the for a 70/75/80 gallon fish tank there are many options; however, a canister or power filter may be a good choice for these tank sizes. In this review, I will cover some of the best filters rated for 70 – 80 gallon aquariums that you can choose from based on your needs and budget.I've been working on this for months! I replaced by old 75 gallon tank with a new one in black trim, built a wet/dry filter out of a 20 gallon long tank, turned the stand around and painted it black (the back of the stand had a bigger opening for better sump access), and made new cabinet doors and painted them. I still have to add some plants and my fish of course! :)
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Check out Solid Gold's blog! Description: Here is my updated 75 gallon aquarium. It has had the new filtration system working for about a week now and is doing awesome.
Since the last updated video I have taken out most of the plants, added an air pump, traded the hang on the back filter for the new overhead canister filter system and going forward I will slowly start removing the rock gravel cause I have decided to do a bare bottom tank for simplicity.
The fish in the tank are about 1 year old now and are healthier than ever. They are still growing but not as rapidly as the first 6 months I had them. My 8 Silver Dollars are about 3.5 to 5 inches in length. My 2 Green Severums are about 5 inches in length. And my 2 Turquoise Rainbows are around 1.5 to 2.5 inches (1 wont grow and the other has doubled in size in the last 5 weeks).
If you are interested in seeing the new canister filtration system I have just recently installed in this aquarium here is the link.