Hydor inline heaters

jickey

I'm planning a new tank (well, helping plan a new tank for my wife.) She wants as little as possible to show at the back of the tank, so I think I want to install an in-line heater. I'm a believer in redundancy, so would you see a problem with installing two inline? That way if one goes out, the other should still be going. I could even install one on the intake and one on the outflow if needed.

Has anyone had any experience with these heaters? Good/bad? Reviews seem to be pretty decent from what I've read and I love the concept of not having a heater in the tank.
 

Aquarist

Bump!

Thanks!

Ken
 

No Fishing

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Grimund

I'd look more into a thermostat then a second heater.

Inline heaters will heat the water in the outflow, meaning that the water cycled through is heated preventing the need for multiple sticks in the tank.

I'm looking at getting one myself for my future build.

The only issue I've noticed while researching them is when power goes out and water isn't touching them. They are still glass heaters after all.
 

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