JVP-102B Marine Wave Maker Aquarium Fish Tank Powerhead With Magnet
Plastic Aquarium Fish Tank Wave Maker 360°adjustment Waving Pump 50-60Hz Voltage
This is the most common case scenario I have read about wave makers and which made me stay from those. Its a Blender inside your tank. Maybe they are better with larger fish in a salt water tank or something. I think I have too many smaller fish which would be easily sucked in. I am going to stay away from these and maybe look at just running the canister filter and air stone.
No one wants to spend money on an unnecessary piece of equipment, but the wavemaker can bring more life to your aquarium like never before. It will encourage the fish to be active and will stimulate the young ones to swim. Naturally, the visual effect is also a very important point, as anyone wants an eye-catching tank. A wavemaker will undeniably improve the appearance of your tank!
Marine Wave Maker Aquarium Fish Tank Powerhead Mount With
Wavemakers for Freshwater & Saltwater Fish Tanks - Big Al's Pets
Decided to go all out on a new epic marine aquarium!
Tank is 6' x 2' x 2' with white 2 pack professionally painted stand and hood with LED lighting
Beananimal 3 pipe overflow system and Lagoona return pump mean that it is almost dead silent!
Went a little crazy on the wave makers and bought
1 x Ecotech Marine Vortech MP 60 : 4 x Ecotech Marine Vortech MP10
Have a Kaomer auto doser, dosing Randy-Holmes improved 3 part (Alk, calcium and Magnesium)
Skimmer is a MASSIVE Reef Life Support System DB8i:
Also using Biopellets in Two Little Fishies reactor, Auto-top up system.
In the stand I have tried to make the electrical cabling as neat as possible, using cable ducting. The Vortech and Skimmer controllers also look pretty neat all lit up.
In the tank I have a variet of soft coral, and: - 6 x Blue Chromis - 2 x Clowns - 1 x Copperbanded butterfly - 2 x MASSIVE red cleaner shrimp - 1 x Blue tang - 2 x Golden head sand sifters - 1 x Bi-colour blenny
Overall have spent a fair amount of coin on the setup, but am happy with the result - a professional grade display and support system (including organised component cabling) that is almost completely silent with the doors closed.
Hope you enjoy! Will upload a better (stable) video when I get a chance!You dont need wave makers. Personally keeping fish in the hobby is way different than in real life. I like to see my fish floating about nice and happy with fully extended fins rather then see them clamped up and trying to fight current. I gotta see this video cause every tank I see with strong current the fish have clamped fins unless it is a marine/reef environment.My question to the forum is if wave makers were free would you slap one on your tank just to see if you and the fish liked it? As I sit here the Tunze Nano Wave maker seems like it might be a very interesting addition to a tank.This 1300 gph wave maker. It will fit all aquarium fish tanks up to 200 Gallons. This dynamic and fully submersible wave maker comes with suction cups and ball joint which provide 360° rotations to ...