Aquarium Filter Type Preference

Discussion in 'Filters and Filtration' started by Mike, Jan 10, 2005.

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Vote for the type of filtration you use in your aquarium:

  1. Corner filter

    4.1%
  2. UGF (Under Gravel Filter)

    3.3%
  3. Power filter

    40.5%
  4. Canister filter

    27.3%
  5. Wet/Dry Trickle filter

    0.8%
  6. Multiple filters

    20.7%
  7. Other

    3.3%
  1. MikeFishloreAdmin Moderator Member

    Please vote for the type filtration you use!
     
  2. joeValued MemberMember





  3. fishfreakValued MemberMember

    yes it is a power filter if u look to the right u can see a motor housing on it. ;)
     




  4. joeValued MemberMember

    thanks fishfreak
     




  5. fishfreakValued MemberMember

    welcome ;)
     
  6. Angela_96Well Known MemberMember

    Wait.. I missed the "multiple filters option" I have on all tanks a penguin biowheel filter and on my 2 larger tanks a eheim ecco on each
     
  7. PeterpiperWell Known MemberMember

    Love the caniser filter, easy to clean, swap media's
     
  8. sirdarksolFishlore LegendMember

    Most of my tanks have multiple filters. All have either a HOB or an internal filter (Whisper "i" series). One also has a UGF powered with a powerhead. Another has a refugium setup, and another has enough plants that it could probably run filter-less.
     
  9. sgouldWell Known MemberMember

  10. Angela_96Well Known MemberMember

    thats what I love about my eheim eccos, they are so easy to take care of!
     
  11. nickf5New MemberMember

  12. ButterflyModeratorModerator Member

    Power filter hangs on the outside back of the tank and a canister is usually hidden outside underneath
    Carol
     
  13. nickf5New MemberMember

  14. zeddyValued MemberMember

    i use different kind of filters depending on wich tank. my sw im curently building a sump, my cichlid tank has power and ugf and my community tanks have power filters
     
  15. AllieFishlore VIPMember

    We have a canister for our 120g and HOB/power filters on the rest multiple on some tanks.
     
  16. susitna-flowerWell Known MemberMember

    All my tanks have UGFs with powerheads, my 125 also has an Eheim 2028, and one 55 has a powerhead on the UGF and a HOB filter, the 55g shrimp tank has two HOB filters, one is drawing water from the UGF.

    The only frustrating thing about my set up are the MTS snails that get into the filters...this can't be good for the filters, and I know it must be traumatic for the snails....:;dk
     
  17. beginnerfishloverNew MemberMember

    I have a Tetra Whisper filter that is in-tank. I'm guessing it's considered a power filter, but I'm not sure. And on my next tank, I'm definetly going to get a filter that is on the outside of the tank. :)
     
  18. ThisGuyValued MemberMember

    I had an under gravel filter and took it out when i went heavily planted and upgraded the light substrate and co2. I have an Eheim 2215 and half a dozen HOB filters of various makes and models the one i really want to get and try on my next tank is a biowheel i have heard good things and they look like a neat toy. They were on sale the other day $10 off and i was so tempted to buy one just to try it out.
     
  19. napoleon wrasse queenNew MemberMember

    I love my penguin bio-wheel 250!!! :;perfect
     
  20. emilai333Valued MemberMember

    I use a power filter on my big goldie tank, but for the safety of fry and small fish am using corner/box filters in the little tanks, so I chose corner filters because I have more of those.

    Also, corner filters run on air pumps, and I literally have more air pumps than I have tanks. I swear I only bought one, and one came from a friend... the other 4 I can't account for.
     
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