40g tank

Discussion in 'Filters and Filtration' started by fish_r_friend, Feb 9, 2006.

  1. fish_r_friend

    fish_r_friendWell Known MemberMember

    soon I might be getting a 40g tank any one have any suggestions for a filter for it?
     
  2. not4you

    not4youValued MemberMember

  3. atmmachine816

    atmmachine816Fishlore VIPMember

    2 penguin bio-wheels 200 would be fine or maybe some sponge or canister really your opinoin
     
  4. Isabella

    IsabellaFishlore VIPMember

    2 weaker AquaClears or 2 weaker Bio-Wheels - OR one more powerful AquaClear or Bio-Wheel. All depends on your wallet! :) A 40G could do well with one powerful filter. However, 2 filters would be great too. So it's all up to you.
     
  5. atmmachine816

    atmmachine816Fishlore VIPMember

    well the bigges bio-wheel that i am aware of is not big enough for a 40 gallon for 10x amount the bigges is 350gph thatss why i said bio-wheel 200 by penguin because two of those would be a total of 400gph 10x amount of gallons
     
  6. Marc

    MarcWell Known MemberMember

    A BIO-Wheel 330 is for 40-70 gallons. It's basically a two-in-one.
     
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    fish_r_friend

    fish_r_friendWell Known MemberMember

  8. atmmachine816

    atmmachine816Fishlore VIPMember

    uh ya that would work if you have the cash for it :eek: lol
     
  9. EmpPleco

    EmpPlecoWell Known MemberMember

    I don't really know anything about the subject, because I bought both of my tanks in kits that already came with filters. But what makes BioWheel and cannister filters so much better and more expensive?
     
  10. Jason

    JasonWell Known MemberMember

    I just bought an Eheim Professional Canister Filter for my 39G almost 40G, cost me a pretty penny but a decided to buy the better one as I saved money on the tank and stand and light which I bought at da lfs I work @.
     
  11. Gunnie

    GunnieWell Known MemberMember

    This is the answer to this question in your other thread:

     
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