Watt Submersible Aquarium

By · Saturday, October 10th, 2009

Watt Submersible Aquarium
Can I put a heater in such a tank … its about 2 gallons.?

The heater i just bought a submersible aquarium heater 50 watts, and says its good for any tank up to 15 liters .. but as this isn't glass tank was worried about putting it there … This is the type of deposit I http://www.petco.com/Shop/petco_Product_R_2263_PC_productlist_Nav_217_N_24+115_cp_3_Nao_24_sku_796476_familyID_12031. aspx I'm keeping my fish here only temporarily until recovery from the disease. Ive got a filter in which it did for small tanks .. Thanks for answering … i didn't even realize such a small tank isn't suitable for heating and .. well i still did not put the heater still there. Thanks for the helpful advice. ill just try to keep the room hot =)

Bettas and I still often have the juvvies in 1 gallon tank with a heater. 50 watts is too much for a small deposit (usually is used for 20 gallons. Tank). You will need a submersible 25-watt – I use Heaters Visi-Therm Stealth (black plastic that will not break) – or less depending how to heat your room stays and what kind of fish is (fish have different temperature requirements). The bigger fish stores (not shops Pet) sell a very small heater temperature rises 3-5 degrees only. Just be sure to get a good cheaper because they have a tendency to fail when you're not around to save the fish. Take your 50w back to the store and trade in a lower wattage.

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