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    The fish tank is a huge ecological environment. To maintain the stability of the ecological environment, the owner must maintain the maintenance of the fish tank. The so-called maintenance is that the owner should regularly check the water quality environment of the fish tank, and do the water replacement and cleaning work. These tasks can be performed on a daily and weekly basis.

    1. Daily maintenance:
    The height of the water level should be replenished in time to keep the original water level;
    Check whether the configuration equipment is operating normally;
    Bait twice, and guarantee 8-10 hours of light exposure.
    To maintain the proper temperature required by the fish, check the health of the fish, mainly to see if the fish is in a diseased state.

    2. Maintenance every 1-2 weeks:
    To change the water once, but not completely, only need to change 20%-25% of the water;
    Clean up the waste collected from the nitrogen generator;
    Replace the filter ecological cotton;
    After changing the water, seawater must be added in time.

    3. Maintenance of fish tank: change water
    When the fish tank is used for too long, the seawater will deteriorate. In order to ensure the cleanness of the seawater, it is necessary to change the water in the fish tank at intervals, and not all of the water is changed when the water is changed. Only 10% of the water can be replaced each time the water is changed. When changing the water, use a thin tube to slowly infuse the fish tank to prevent the fish from dying due to sudden water changes.

    5. Maintenance of fish tank: circulating water flow
    Because the nitrifying bacteria in the fish tank need to consume extremely high oxygen during the nitrification process, how to send sufficient oxygen and organic matter to be decomposed in the water into the filter material in the process of water circulation to allow nitrification Bacteria can effectively break it down, which is an important consideration for designing circulating water flow. Therefore, most fish tanks use the principle of circulating water to decompose organic matter.

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