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Old 12/17/2006, 06:17 AM
underpar underpar is offline
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Heaters

Hi,

I am looking for brand suggestions for a high quality heating element.

Thanks, Fred
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Old 12/17/2006, 08:13 AM
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Do not use All Glass. They are highly irregular. I have been using a titanium heater in both of my tanks from Via aqua. There are on the money and excellent. You can get them on Ebay.
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Old 12/17/2006, 08:20 AM
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I am using the Azoo titanium heater from Foster & Smith. No problems, pretty good for the $ IMO.
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Old 12/17/2006, 09:09 AM
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Ebo jaeger are also very good heaters.
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Old 12/17/2006, 09:32 AM
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I am using Visi Therm and had been for the past 8 yrs without any issues
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Old 12/17/2006, 01:15 PM
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Finnex makes titanium heating elements from 300-watts to 1000-watts that are available from www.aquaticeco.com. The temperature controller is available separately.

Instead of buying a heater element, my advice is to buy an integrated thermostat-heater and plug it into a temperature controller. It will then take an unlikely failure of both thermostats to accidentally overheat your tank. I have an Ebo-Jager thermostat-heater plugged into a Medusa temperature controller.
 

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