45 SECOND Water Change. Pour fresh water in and dirty water flows out.
This futuristic WATERFALL STAND makes water changes of any size practically effortless. Just place your 3-5 gallon disposal bucket underneath the lip of the stand. To activate the waterfall, pour fresh water into the top of your aquarium. The clear WATERFALL STAND will guide the dirty water under your aquarium and flow directly into your bucket for easy disposal. The aquarium stays on the stand so it's always ready for some WATERFALL action.
-Note: This Waterfall Stand will extend 3.75" behind your aquarium. The front of your aquarium to the back of the stand will measure 14".
-Great for any size water change; small to large
-Set it and forget it (stays put).
-Provides your aquarium a floating / hovering effect
-STURDY design with thick acrylic and interesting geometry
-*Note- for this method, place your aquarium close to the edge of your table; almost flush to the tables edge.
-Fire Polished Virgin Acrylic
Why are water changes so important to the health of my aquarium?
Water changes are critical in preventing the growth of algae in aquariums because they help to maintain a healthy balance of nutrients and water chemistry. Algae thrive in water that has an excess of nutrients, such as nitrates and phosphates, and an imbalance of pH levels. NoClean Aquariums PATENTED water changing system helps to regulate these levels and keep them within the ideal range for the fish and other inhabitants of the aquarium.
During our water change, a portion of the old water is removed and replaced with fresh water. This helps to reduce the accumulation of waste products, such as nitrates and phosphates, that can contribute to the growth of algae. Regular water changes can also help to control the pH level, ensuring that it stays within a safe range for the fish and other aquarium inhabitants.
In addition to helping control the levels of nutrients and pH, NoClean Aquarium water changes also improve the overall water quality by removing dissolved organic matter and other impurities. This can help to prevent the spread of disease and improve the overall health of the fish and other inhabitants of the aquarium.
In conclusion, regular water changes are an essential aspect of aquarium maintenance, and they play a critical role in preventing the growth of algae and maintaining a healthy and clean environment for the fish and other inhabitants of the aquarium.