1. Water Color
Green water, a typical issue in aquariums. The water gets this shade because of the fact that there are green growth suspended in the water. The green growth proliferate by an abundance of daylight and on the grounds that they have the essential supplements to develop.
The speedy arrangement is to utilize a clarifier, this item will make any suspended particles precipitate at the base of the aquarium.
2. Smelly Water
Issues in aquariums: smells in the water. The smell of the water is a typical issue in new or exceedingly populated aquariums. If you have too many fish or you have fish too huge for the aquarium that you at present have, you ought to consider purchasing or make a bigger aquarium.
3. Distorted Water
Turbid water or darker water can be found in aquariums that utilizes regular wood as a major aspect of their design.
For this situation, the solution is somewhat an anticipation. if you need to utilize regular wood as an improving component of your aquarium, remember that it must be appropriate for the aquarium, no wood fills in as they can change the water parameters.
4. High ammonia levels
In taking good care of aquarium, controlling ammonia levels is most challenging and important task to do. It is a toxic substance that causes harms to fish eben can be fatal. Due to some particular behavior of fish, we experience the high concentration of ammonia in aquarium. But the problem is that it cannot be seen with naked eye. With change water color, the toxic level of ammonia is measured. The test kit is the most accurate method of measuring ammonia level.
5. Discontinuous growth of algae
All the algae are harmful for aquarium. But it’s some species can cause even death of fish. They have a continuous growth process in decorations and landscapes of the aquarium due to number of contributing factors.
These Nano tanks are small and are easy to make. They comprises usually less than 5 gallons. These tanks are perfect for the people having limited space, initiating fish tanks or people with limited amount of money to maintain larger tanks.
Rinse the item to be utilized for a planted Nano tank with warm water and afterward given it a chance to dry all around. Try not to utilize synthetics or cleanser on it.
Rinse the substrate. With better substrate, put it on a fabric and after that run the water over it. This ought to be finished with around 1 cup of the substrate at any given moment. The granulated substrate, rock, and shakes can be placed in a colander and washed in the sink. Wash once more. The substrate must be free of soil and residue that has been gathered.
Empty the substrate into the tank and spread it until it is visually engaging you. Much of the time, filling the tank a fourth of the way might be sufficient.
Build up a tank design. The structure incorporates objects you have to purchase – for example, plants and decorations (for instance, bits of wood) – and how to manage them (first or second floor).
Put the non-living things in the tank.
Introduce the channel (optional). Most channels are supported on the highest point of the tank with a little suction tube set in the water.
Cautiously empty the water into the tank. Water can be bought at the store or from the tap. Gradually pour the water to abstain from lifting the rock and harming the landscapes. This can be best accomplished by abating pouring it over a dull shaded embellishment so you can scatter the water around it.
ADA Filtration System
The ADA filtration system combines the sheer beauty and practical function of Lily Pipes- special handmade glass material filter inflow and outflow- with filter media of exceptional quality and purpose. From so many years of aquascaping and layout experience, ADA realized and sought product-specific solutions to a variety of needs unique to live-planted aquariums.
At the core of ADA philosophy is the nurturing and preservation of the many beneficial bacteria and microorgansims that are at the heart of a successful and healthy aquarium. The art and science of the Nature Aquarium style are in perfect harmony with the ADA filtration system.
Cube Garden Aquarium
Bring Nature to your everyday life. The Nature Aquarium is a proposal to construct your own piece of Nature with all its beauty, as a part of the interior design of your home. Simplicity and Clarity are the two key factors we paid close attention to in designing aquarium tanks for The Nature Aquarium.
Eliminating plastic frames and refining the use of silicon as not to clash with the clarity of the glass- which made of selected material. The Nature Aquarium concept has succeeded to design glass aquarium tanks that will give your aquascapes a boundless panorama. Your search for the ultimate rimless aquarium tank ends here.