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Equipment & Supplies
For Saltwater, Marine, and Reef Aquariums
This page contains a list of the most important pieces of equipment and supplies used in reef and marine saltwater aquariums.
Pet Fish Talk a Podcast about keeping pet fish in aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds.  
Click here to listen to a Special Pet Fish Talk Interview hosted by The Bailey Brothers about Equipment for a Saltwater Aquarium, Salt Water Fish, and Tips for a successful Saltwater Aquarium.
Made of glass or acrylic plastic. Acrylic is more expensive but stronger, less likely to break, and usually lasts many years longer than a glass aquarium.

Acrylic is slightly clearer than glass and a better insulator, so the aquarium requires less electricity.
Click here to buy a Saltwater Aquarium.

Aquarium Heaters
Most marine aquariums are heated with an electric aquarium heater rated at about 5-watts per gallon of water in the aquarium.

So for example, a 30-gallon aquarium usually needs a 150-watt heater.
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Power Head with Sweeper
Circulates the water in the aquarium to create currents that are beneficial and help improve the water quality.

It's best to have a Rotating Sweeper Nozzle attachment on the Power Head.
Click here to buy a Power Head with a Sweeper.

UV Aquarium Sterilizers
Will greatly reduce the number of pathogenic organisms that can cause disease in your saltwater Aquarium.

Click here for more information about UV Sterilizers.
Click here to buy a UV Sterilizer.

Live Reef Sand
Contains beneficial bacteria and nutrients such as calcium, strontium, magnesium, and carbonate (for buffering). Low in phosphates and does not contain silica.
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Trace Elements
Marine Trace Elements replenish the essential elements that are rapidly removed by metabolic activity of marine aquaria.

This is a stabilized blend of all essential trace elements necessary for the health and growth of marine organisms. Contains no nitrates and no phosphates.
Click here to buy Trace Elements for Salt Water Aquariums.

Marine Mix Salts
Replicates seawater chemistry and delivers all the major, minor, and trace elements required for the success of saltwater, reef, and marine aquariums.

These salts help maintain the proper pH and optimal levels of calcium and magnesium. Fast dissolving and free of both phosphate and nitrate.
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This Hydrometer
Has an easy to read 2-color scale with a safe zone, improved no wet hands design, extra wide stabilizer base, accurate to +/- 0.001, full range scale from 1.000 to 1.032 in .002 increments except in the safe zone, where it is in .0001 increments (specific gravity), and 0 to 40 in parts-per-thousand in increments of 2.
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Digital pH Monitor
Check your pH on a continuous basis in real time. Easy to use and accurate to 1 one-hundredth of a pH unit. Includes enough calibration solution for one calibration.
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Digital Thermometer
Continuously and accurately  displays the temperature of the water in your saltwater aquarium.
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Bio-Wheel Filters
The ideal living environment for the beneficial bacteria that provide the essential biological filtration to digest ammonia and nitrite.

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Protein Skimmers
An essential piece of equipment in saltwater aquariums.

Click here for more information about Protein Skimmers.
Click here to buy an Aquarium Protein Skimmer.

Provides protection for damaged corals or fish. Acclimate a new fish slowly. A Refugium is a handy alternative to med tanks.
Click here to buy an Aquarium Refugium now.
Compact Florescent fixtures
provide high intensity lighting without the heat or power consumption that are standard with other lighting systems.
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Marine Fishes
500+ Essential-To-Know Aquarium Species. Paperback by Scott W. Michael "AS BEDAZZLING AS ANY ENVIRONMENT ON EARTH, the coral reef is home to some 7,000 species of fishes and countless invertebrate life forms..."
Click here to buy books about Saltwater Fish and Saltwater Aquariums.
Click here to buy many other types of equipment and supplies for a saltwater, reef, and marine aquariums.
Eighty percent of fish species live in saltwater environments. The phenomenal diversity of life in the oceans is reproduced and enjoyed in saltwater aquariums.

Although more difficult and costlier to maintain than freshwater aquariums, the great multitude of life forms, and the unique behaviors of saltwater fish create unique marine and reef aquariums.

More Help and Advice
Click here to go to a page in Pet Fish Talk's web site, where you can send an email with your questions about starting a saltwater aquarium.
Click here to go to another page in this web site with information about buying fish for saltwater, marine, and reef aquariums.
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