Aquarium Chillers: Fish Tank Chillers & Aquarium Coolers | Petco

Jun 18, 2012 - An aquarium chiller to help keep your fish tank cool
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An aquarium chiller is perfect for your aquarium if the ambient temperature gets too warm and threatens to affect your water. The summer months can cause huge fluctuations in indoor tank climates, pushing even tropical tanks to the upper limits of their ideal water temperature. An aquarium cooler can help release heat in the water to better regulate temperatures and prolong fish health. Find the aquarium chiller that fits your tank best at Petco. Aquarium & Fish Tank Heaters, Chillers & Thermometers | Petco
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This aquarium chiller uses a 15V 15A peltier to cool my 20 liter fish tank. In my setup, I set the input voltage to 11V, so that the peltier generate less heat and operate at higher efficiency. There is a very useful that could help you to determine the optimum peltier operation point :The main thing an aquarium chiller can do for you and your tank is to keep those temps stable. A stable temperature is one component that can help lead to healthy fish and corals. If you are one of those crazy marine fish breeders (wink) perhaps you could use a chiller to perform manual temperature swings to help trigger spawning events. Also, don't forget to help your fellow hobbyists. Let them know if you have a good one. Give them the pros and cons and help them make a better decision when they go to buy an aquarium chiller.A chiller is a piece of aquarium equipment used to keep the fishtank water cool - or, rather, to keep the fish tank from rising abovea particular temperature.Think of your entire aquarium as an investment, much more than a simple hobby. Investments require money and you don’t want to spend money on tanks, plants and fish then buy an underpowered chiller and risk the entire environment not being suitable. When you think about long term costs, you’ll want to get the proper chiller for a multitude of reasons. An underpowered chiller (or one that is “good enough”) will probably end up running for more than the suggested 15 to 20 minutes an hour. The more it runs, the more electricity it uses (which costs money) and the more heat it puts into the environment, counteracting the very purpose it was supposed to serve. Overrunning a chiller will also shorten its usable lifespan, meaning you’ll have to shell out even more money to replace it sooner.Just like any other creature, any type of fish you put in your fish tank will want the temperature to be just right. Water that is too cold is equally dangerous to water that is too hot, albeit for different reasons. Fish will thrive when the water in their tank is the proper temperature and there are minimal fluctuations. When a person gets too hot or cold, he or she can simply adjust the thermostat. Fish don’t have that luxury so make sure to keep their water a constant, appropriate temperature. That having been said, why would you need to chill their water? Let’s take a closer look.Presentation-wise, Oceanic wins again with its chiller’s innovative design and classy look. It matches well with fully-furnished tanks lived in by an elegant Arowana or other ornamental fish.