Re: NANFA-- Air pump died
Thu, 9 Jan 2003 17:20:07 EST

In a message dated 1/9/03 4:52:04 PM Eastern Standard Time,

> The linear air pumps are not cheap initially, but you save in the long run
> electricity and maintenance and they are quiet.
Money flow is a problem right now but what I really need is both high
pressure and high volume. I like to run lots of bubble wands full force and
it takes pressure and volume to run them. I manage to keep cool water fish
alive and healthy by using lots of long bubble wands to keep a strong current
going as well as keep the oxygen level at it's max. Right now with cold
weather it's not quite as important but when the water temps rise into the
80's it's a life saver.

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