Use a power head? FX5 Set up ok?
I have been curious about this set up but was not sure how to explain it. So nothing better than a pic to back me up.
Since i am not a big fan of bubbles/air stones i was told by the LFS to get a power head. As you can see in the tank it is next to the intake, pointed diagnol so it bounces of the side glass then the front. I am not sure how this power head helps in replace of the air stone, but i guess it helps circulate the water in the corner.... or is it useless in your opinion?? The fish do seem to play in the current from time to time..
Powerhead is useless for oxygenation unless it is breaking the surface of the water a lot (like a HOB would). It is fine for circulation but nothing more.
All my fish at some point play in the current of my 2 x Maxijet 1200's in my 75g tank. They have no problems in the current even the fry (when I have them in the main tank). I built a spray bar return for my FX5 and that is what I use for surface agitation.
Nice tank , quick question, did you make that heap of gravel in the middle or did the fish? I would really recommend to smooth it flat as being that deep in can possibly cause toxic conditions to develop which is bad.
Yeah my 1 Labeotropheus Fuelleborni has made his home in the rocks right behind that pile. it is no longer there. I have since scattered the pile!!! He is a pain in the butt, but he looks cool.
I looked for a DIY for the spray bar but could not find it.
Other sites have said i should have the air stone to add water and help release gases?? maybe i should just give in and get one.
Sent you a PM about the spraybar as I am not able to post it here as it contains links to other forums.
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