Air Driven Bio Corner Filter Sponge Fry Shrimp Nano Fish Tank Aquarium Up To 20 Gallon

$12.19

8899 in stock

Estimated Delivery Date: Before May 2, 2021

Description

Air Driven Bio Corner Filter Sponge Fry Shrimp Nano Fish Tank Aquarium Up To 20 Gallon

Corner Filter Provide Both Mechanical And Biological Filtration, And Supplying The Water With Much Needed Oxygen Reduces Noise From Air Pump And Consumes Lowest Wattage

Easy To Set Up & Clean: Simply Install An Airline Into The Unit And Turn On The Air Pump, Also, Multi-Layers Design Is Easy To Clean Simply

Recommend Tank Size: Up To 20 Gallon, Excellent For Small Size Fish Like Dwarf Cichlid, Guppy, Killifish Etc., Or For Hatcheries, Maternity Tanks, And Fry Tanks, As The Filter Produces Minimal Current And Has Almost No Way To Suck The Fish Through The Filter

Dimension: 4″L X 3.125″W X 3.25″ To 6″H

Includes: 1 Sponge Filter

Key Feature: Corner Filter Provide Both Mechanical And Biological Filtration, And Supplying The Water With Much Needed Oxygen Reduces Noise From Air Pump And Consumes Lowest Wattage Easy To Set Up: Simply Install An Airline Into The Unit And Turn On The Air Pump Easy To Clean: Multi-Layers Design Is Easy To Clean, Simply Rinse And Squeeze Sponge In Tank Water Recommend Tank Size: Up To 20 Gallon, Excellent For Small Size Fish Like Dwarf Cichlid, Guppy, Killifish Etc., Or For Hatcheries, Maternity Tanks, And Fry Tanks, As The Filter Produces Minimal Current And Has Almost No Way To Suck The Fish Through The Filterspecification: Product Dimension: 4″L X 3.125″W X 3.25″ To 6″H Suitable Tank Size: Up To 20 Gallonspackage Includes: 1 X Filterhow Does It Work? This Filter Uses Bubbles Of Air From An External Air Pump, Or An Integral Water Pump To Draw Water Through Filter. As Water Is Drawn Out Through The Lift Tube Or Pump, It Is Replaced By Water Entering The Filter. The Top Layer Of White Filter Pad Provides A Mechanical Filtration. The Black Bio-Sponge In The 2Nd Layer And Ceramic Rings With Gravel Provides Biochemical Filtration. They Support The Colonization Of Bacteria, The Bacteria Help To Break Down Harmful Waste (Ammonia And Nitrite).What Maintenance Does It Require? The Sponge Will Need To Be Rinsed Every Time It Becomes Dirty, About Once Every 2 To 4 Weeks. It?S Helpful To Reserve The Beneficial Bacteria By Washing The Sponge Gently With Water From The Fish Tank Instead Of Tap Water.