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Biological Filter For Water Quality

Biological filter needs to be cleaned periodically, especially to remove particles that may cause clogging. Cleaning should be done with caution not to make the bacteria that live there die. Cleaning can be done by rinsing with clean water free of chlorine. Cleaning can also be done in stages, with the left most other media remain tertanggu.  This will ensure ...

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Hama In Fish

Hama is a predator organism farmed fish. Hama by animal groups, distinguished as follows: 1) From the mammals among others: Linsang, otter, weasel and others. 2) From the class of reptiles, among others: water snake, iguana, etc. 3) From the class of birds, among others: Stork, Swallow and others 4) From the class of amphibians, among others: Frogs 5) From ...

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Ion Exchange Chemical Filter

Ion exchange is a process in which ions adsorbed on a surface of the filter media exchanged with other ions that are in the water. This process is made possible through a phenomenon of attraction between the surface of the media charged with polar molecules. When a charged molecule touching a surface that has the opposite charge of the molecule ...

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Filter Ultra Violet (UV Sterilizer)

Ultra violet filter is a device used to remove or filter out microorganisms that are not required of the aquarium, such as bacteria, parasites, fungi, viruses, algae and other pathogens, by exposing them to high intensity Ultra Violet rays. Ultra violet rays have the ability to affect the function of cells of living creatures by altering the cell nucleus material, ...

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Air Filter Type Wet and Dry

Wet and Dry Filter or Filter Drip (Trickle Filter) can be said is one of the forms of improvisation from the biological filter “conventional”. In the biological filter “conventional”, the filter media in a state submerged in water. While the filter drops, a portion of the filter media deliberately exposed to the open air, thus creating the filter in a ...

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Aquaculture Environmental Management

Successful management of fish health is highly dependent on location factors, smoking area, farming systems and monitoring fish health. Diseases caused by viruses, the use of chemicals or antibiotics are not recommended. Some of the actions that should be done is: 1) Prevent the spread of the virus through the carrier mainly fish sick and means of transportation. 2) Restricting ...

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