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Aquarium Filters

Aquarium Filters clean and filter the water in your fish tank.  There are two popular types of filters available in the market power filters and canister types. There are three ways to filter your water, mechanical, biological and chemical filtration methods.

Power filters use sponges and usually hang on the back of the tank, intended for tanks less than 40 gallons.  Canister type filters usually are on the side of the tank and are intended for tanks larger than 40 gallons.

There are also under gravel filtration systems that can be used in any size aquarium.

Each aquarium aquatic environment is different and requires different methods. All are successful based on the users expertise.

Aquariumh2o has specifically stocked many types of filters for all aquarium types.

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