How to heat the water in the aquarium
Since the aquarium itself is not capable of constantly maintaining the temperature of the water, we must help this process. So, let's begin. In order to heat the water in the aquarium, we need a heater and a regulator. There are also devices that combine two functions, and they are called thermostats.
In addition, it is necessary to achieve a uniform distribution of heat throughout the volume of the aquarium, because the presence of different temperature zones in the water can contribute to the occurrence of negative consequences.
Next, let's look at what types of aquarium heaters exist:
Spiral water heater.
This is one of the most common ways to heat water in an aquarium. It consists of a glass tube with a ceramic rod inside, on which a thin spiral is wound. Just be careful when you decide to change the water in the aquarium, the glass tube may break or crack due to careless movements. And be sure to turn off the heater when draining old water and topping up a new one, since a temperature difference can also cause damage to the glass tube. Read more...