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Note: If you are using a CO2 system in your planted tank you should know that strong surface agitation will increase the loss of CO2 from the aquarium. At the same time, injecting CO2 without proper surface agitation means that your water may oversaturate with CO2 and gas the livestock. So, keep it in mind and balance the system accordingly

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  • surface agitationin low techplantedaquariums - plants

    surface agitationin low techplantedaquariums - plants

    Mar 05, 2021 · This is my first post on here. I thought it would be the perfect place to start a discussion on gas exchange and surface agitation in low-tech planted tanks. I am starting a 33 gal low tech and currently have 2 HOBs and a dual sponge filter running. As you can imagine, this provides a decent amount of surface agitation

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  • surface agitation|the planted tank forum

    surface agitation|the planted tank forum

    Apr 12, 2016 · Any kind of surface agitation is going to cause a loss in co2 but you have to find the right amount to keep your co2 up and your oxygen up. So maybe if you have surface agitation turn your co2 up, which would seem to be countering the oxygen,but having one does not get rid of the other (as far as I …

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  • how to determine how muchsurface agitation? - theplanted

    how to determine how muchsurface agitation? - theplanted

    Apr 25, 2018 · I've got a 20g long, with a Seio 320 (320gph), and pressurized CO2, with a canister filter Marineland C-160. I see other tanks with more surface

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  • how to start and maintain a low-techplanted tank(guide

    how to start and maintain a low-techplanted tank(guide

    Gas exchange at the surface allows CO2 to dissolve for the air to the aquarium water. Surface agitation, caused by our filter for example, improves gas exchange and allows more CO2 to enter our low-tech tank. Maintaining a low-tech planted tank: algae and trimming Now you’re ready to …

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  • surface agitation in co2 planted tanks. | uk aquatic plant

    surface agitation in co2 planted tanks. | uk aquatic plant

    Jan 04, 2018 · Surface agitation in co2 planted tanks. Thread starter Puntius; Start date 31 Aug 2017; Puntius Member. Joined 13 Sep 2013 Messages 118 Location South Africa. 31 Aug 2017 #1 Good day. As I read previously Surface agitation is needed for little o2 gasious exchange. While running co2 in your tank. There should only be a slight ripple effect on

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  • what is surface agitation? why is it so important?

    what is surface agitation? why is it so important?

    Surface agitation occurs by simply pumping air into the tank’s water. Utilizing some form of an aeration system, air must be pumped into the water until bubbles rise and burst at the surface. The consistent bursting of air bubbles immediately breaks the water’s surface tension, and …

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  • doesyour aquarium have enough surface agitation? | the

    doesyour aquarium have enough surface agitation? | the

    Jun 29, 2009 · How to add better surface agitation “Agitating” the surface of the water in your aquarium is easy. Just get a couple power heads (one will do fine if your aquarium is smaller) and set them up so that they create current at the surface of your aquarium water. You should see …

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  • how much surface agitation? | uk aquatic plant society

    how much surface agitation? | uk aquatic plant society

    Apr 06, 2011 · How much surface agitation should you have on a planted tank with pressurized CO2? I can see a big difference in CO2 being lost when I have lily pipes slightly raised. Is it still supposed to be better to have the surface completely still?

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  • co2 and surface agitation| barr report forum -aquarium

    co2 and surface agitation| barr report forum -aquarium

    Feb 26, 2005 · Re: CO2 and surface agitation Bill, you are sure going to lose CO2 from that filter setup. (Your scenario is pretty much like the overflow from the main tank for a sump filter. Reduce the distance from the overhead unit to the surface of the tank water will help in reducing the loss.)

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  • use of air stones inplanted tanks|aquariumforum

    use of air stones inplanted tanks|aquariumforum

    Sep 11, 2013 · First, the plants use the Co2 but in return create oxygen. A filter will cause sufficient water agitation to give more oxygen to the water than it would have without any surface agitation. That is if the filter is one of those which pour

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  • biofilm in our aquariums. howto remove - shrimp and snail

    biofilm in our aquariums. howto remove - shrimp and snail

    Note: If you are using a CO2 system in your planted tank you should know that strong surface agitation will increase the loss of CO2 from the aquarium. At the same time, injecting CO2 without proper surface agitation means that your water may oversaturate with CO2 and gas the livestock. So, keep it in mind and balance the system accordingly

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  • does co2 reduce algae inaquarium? (get rid of algae!)

    does co2 reduce algae inaquarium? (get rid of algae!)

    Sep 24, 2020 · Basically, surface agitation is necessary in an aquarium because it helps to oxygenate the tank as gas exchange happens on the surface of the water of your tank. So when there is not sufficient surface agitation, then this causes a lack of oxygen in the fish tank

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  • how to start and maintain a low-techplanted tank(guide

    how to start and maintain a low-techplanted tank(guide

    Gas exchange at the surface allows CO2 to dissolve for the air to the aquarium water. Surface agitation, caused by our filter for example, improves gas exchange and allows more CO2 to enter our low-tech tank. Maintaining a low-tech planted tank: algae and trimming Now you’re ready to …

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  • airstone / airpump for water surface agitation in nonco2

    airstone / airpump for water surface agitation in nonco2

    Airstone / airpump for water surface agitation in NON CO2 planted tank - best practice. Hi, I have 4 neon tetras and 2 white cloud mountain minnows added to my betta tank with water lettuce and supposedly anubias in it. I have read a lot online and need you help now that I am still confused about my situation

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  • how to control algae in a new or establishedplanted tank

    how to control algae in a new or establishedplanted tank

    Surface tension is important in a planted aquarium. You want your water to be moving and well oxygenated. When your aquarium water has no movement and flow though, microorganisms, like algae, sprout in your tank more easily. Pumps and other devices can help create surface agitation in the water, which will help oxygen move in your tank

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  • co2 andsurface agitation- plants, algaes, and

    co2 andsurface agitation- plants, algaes, and

    Jul 10, 2020 · I have a 50g with 2 Angels. Heavily planted. I’m only running a sponge filter, and just started injecting co2. I have the sponge go off when the co2 kicks on. I felt like the sponge would gas off the co2 to quick. Fish seem fine with this setup. Just seems like I need some circulation to distribu

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  • spray your water movement problems ... - youraquariumguide

    spray your water movement problems ... - youraquariumguide

    Nov 19, 2020 · This is perfect for planted tank owners who inject carbon dioxide (CO2) into their aquariums and want to create as little surface agitation as possible. Another advantage of placing the spray bar underwater is that you won’t hear any splashing sounds as the spray hits the surface of your tank – although I actually find the soft pattering

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