Watt Aquarium Heaters

By · Sunday, April 19th, 2009

Watt Aquarium Heaters
how many watts should my aquarium heater?

I have a 10 gallon tank and I just give 3 heaters used in a pet store and I wondered how many watts? (I already wiped thourohly (misspelling))

The best guide is 5 watts per gallon of water. Thus if you have a 10 gallon tank, the heater should be 50 watts. More information is fine, just make sure not to overheat the tank too fast. Of course, this only applies to households that are at room temperature. If you are unusually cold, then you need 75 + watts. Generally, they want leave the heater on 24 / 7 in the winter when it's cold and leave out the 24 / 7 in the summer when the tank is heated naturally. E-mail me with any questions! ZTM

Feb 2 2009 planted 10gal

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