Aquarium Equipment and Aquarium Supplies
Updated August 12, 2019
Author: Mike - FishLore Admin
Aquarium equipment information on the aquarium filter, equipment reviews, lighting, reverse osmosis filters, UV sterilizers, brine shrimp hatchery and air pumps. Do you need all this aquarium equipment for your tank? It depends on your setup. Some of these aquarium supplies are very beneficial though so be sure to read the articles to see if you need them or not for your fish tank.
Covers mechanical, chemical and biological fish tank filtration and provides information on some of the aquarium filter types to can choose from.
All the aquarium books that have been reviewed over the years. Everything from general interest, freshwater aquarium, saltwater fish, reef tank and coral keeping books are reviewed. Read through the book reviews and pick out a good one.
An article that will shed some "light" on what can be a very important component of your fish tank. There are many different lighting types to choose from and this article can help you determine exactly what you need.
A somewhat expensive part of the fishkeeping hobby, the reverse osmosis and deionization systems are explained here. Do you really need one or not?
The Ultra Violet Sterilizer is used by some hobbyists for controlling pests and other nuisances in their tanks. Do you really need one to be successful in the fishkeeping hobby?
Learn how to create your very own brine shrimp hatchery. This Do It Yourself (DIY) article will provide you with the info needed to set up a cheap, quick and dirty brine shrimp hatchery.
Article written by Atm for the monthly magazine talks all about air pumps, what they are used for, how to use them, etc.
What is a protein skimmer? This is equipment designed to be used primarily for saltwater aquariums that helps clean the water. Do you really need one for your saltwater aquarium? Read this article to find out.