Pet Mountain has many cool aquarium air pump decorations to choose from. If you are using some of these items to decorate your tank, then you are a serious fish enthusiast indeed! A little more expensive and flashier than other types of aquarium backgrounds and figurines, but so worth it. From volcanoes to giant clams to split shipwrecks, we got the best, highest quality air pump decorations available anywhere. We even have exploding geyers, aerating eels and other cool products. Whatever type of aquarium design you are after, you’ll find something to use here at Pet Mountain.
Popular brands for our aquarium air pump decorations include Hydor, Penn Plax, Insight and Blue Ribbon. Be sure to check out the latest products from these suppliers – they are always coming out with great items for tanks small and large.
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Pet Mountain products are guaranteed to meet your satisfaction. We do everything we can to work with our manufacturers to ensure that you get the quality you expect, the service you deserve and the best prices in the industry. At Pet Mountain, we buy in bulk and develop programs with our network of suppliers that focus on giving you more for your money. Like you, we care about our pets. Its all about giving our dogs, cats, birds and other pets a good life!
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For Goldfish or Koi fish, too much of dissolved oxygen in the water can be detrimental for them. But keeping in mind, the amount of waste generated by a single goldfish, it is imperative to use one fish tank air pump. These are very sensitive creatures and respond to the even minutest changes in the water.
How do you guys keep your air pumps quiet - Fish Tank
The VicTsing Ultra Silent Air Pump seems to deliver on its promise of providing high performance while maintaining low noise levels – two of our most important criteria. It’s design stands out in an ocean of fish tank pumps — light-weight, unique and simple.
Aquarium Air Pump ( for fish tanks ) - Pets Keepers Guide
A proper heavy-weight, this aquarium air pump is the most powerful member of Tetra’s extensive catalog. With a volume range extending up to a whopping 150 gallons, it’s ideal for deep, large aquariums that require a lot pressure to get the bubbles to the surface. It can be used in tanks that are up to 8 feet deep, and easily powers multiple air stones (or protein skimmers if you own a saltwater aquarium). Despite it’s incredible power, we found it to be surprisingly silent. To top it off, this fish tank pump comes with an incredible 5-year limited lifetime warranty. Additionally, Tetra’s Deep Water air pump can also be found in a size tailored to 300 gallon aquariums.
Fish tank air pump aeration? - Home Brew Forums