- - Heater Guard
|ReefTrooper ||02-15-2012 08:24 AM |
Hey again :-). I just want a short answer on this one please. Do i have to have a heater guard as my fish or shrimp do not seem to be getting hurt by the heater but it is usually recommended so i ask. thank you
|Geomancer ||02-15-2012 09:10 AM |
To be honest I have never seen anyone use one, and I have only seen a single heater brand come with one (Fluval).
I'm going to say not needed.
|Tazman ||02-15-2012 09:32 AM |
Agreed, unless you notice a fish with white skin patches (NOT ich), hanging close to the heater and getting fried, then not needed.
I have inline heaters anyway so kind of irrelevant to me anyway :-)
|ReefTrooper ||02-16-2012 12:17 AM |
Thanks guys :-) one of my rams does have a small white patch not spot but she does not usually hang around the heater so is this ok?
|MinaMinaMina ||02-16-2012 12:21 AM |
They're useful for large fish that can break heaters.
|Tazman ||02-16-2012 12:22 AM |
can you post a picture if at all possible?
|ReefTrooper ||02-16-2012 12:27 AM |
Yeah ill try to but i don't have my camera right now ill post one as soon as i can. she seems to be fine though. And she does not hang about the heater a lot. ill post a pic as soon as i can.
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