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So, for my 10 gallon, I have an internal 90 GPH. But for my 29, I would only need one with like 150 GPH? ...
So, for my 10 gallon, I have an internal 90 GPH. But for my 29, I would only need one with like 150 GPH? Oh, and I've always wondered, how exactly does it work? My neighbor has one below his tank in the Stand, would I have to dill a hole in the tank? Posted via Mobile Device
If you choose to get a canister (of any type) you want something rated around 30gph. Anything higher and the flow will be to great for your fish. If you decide to get another HOB filter, than you want something rated between 210-300gph.
I have also heard good things about fluval, but have no personal experiences.
I really hope I can get one, you've been very helpful :) not sure if I have the funds, though. If I do, I'll definately do a canister. If I don't, a power filter. Not sure Which one to use, though :( Fluval C seties seems way overpriced, peehaps a MatineLand Empetor, if I ont have enough money. Posted via Mobile Device