Re: NANFA-- water circulation trick
Fri, 2 Feb 2001 09:03:08 -0600

On 1 Feb 2001, at 10:47, Sajjad Lateef wrote:

> And, Martin, I am able to get elliptical currents using one single
> (but powerful) powerhead. I placed at the bottom on the right side in the
> middle of the tank. The output is pointed at the middle of the front
> glass. With all plants, obstructions in the center of the tank, the water
> flows readily along the sides in an elliptical pattern (easy to see when I
> dump in some sinking pellets). This is my "river" tank and the shiners
> appreciate the current.

I was getting some current before, but now I have a pretty strong
one. The minnows love it.


Jackson, MS
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