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    wave makers... your experiences

    've been considering adding a wave maker to my 6x2x2 discus tank to increase general waterflow in order to maximise the filtration potential of my sump filter.


    I guess if there is a higher flow in the water, waste particals are more likely to get swept over into the sump and therefore filtered out of the water.


    I've never used them so want some feedback. pros, cons, brands etc


    also what volume pump would i get to create flow but now blow my fish all over the place.


    also i like the idea of a moving head on the wave maker so that the flow is constantly moving around and not fixed in one spot


    anyway, tell me what you know


    thanks

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    Just an Egg
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    I use the programmable RW series by Jebao. They have six wave programs and variable speeds and are cheap. Got mine from Fish Street.

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