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Latest News

  • Philips Lighting moves into marines with exciting new luminaire

    11/16/16 ,via Practical Fishkeeping

    Previously, aquarium coral grown using conventional T5 and hybrid-LED luminaires had a less vibrant colour. The latest LED technologies used in this new product allow for significant energy savings, reducing electricity consumption by 30% to 50%.

  • T5 Tubes

    06/24/14 ,via Swell UK

    T5 lighting are fluorescent tubes that are slimmer and more efficient than the older T8 tubes. T5 lamps offer a great performance whatever type of tank you have, whether tropical or fresh water. There are a range of T5 lighting units available

  • LED Lighting

    04/21/15 ,via Swell UK

    LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting is relatively new in comparison to the more traditional forms of fish tank lighting, such as fluorescent or incandescent tubes. It offers a variety of benefits such as: Energy efficient, so cost effective, long

  • Review: Arcadia Classica OTL-LED lights

    New lights continue to come into the office thick and fast and most recently from well-known and trusted brand Arcadia, writes Jeremy Gay. This one is the new version of the universally popular T5 Luminaire, at least to my mind anyway. Arcadia do have

  • 10 outstanding aquariums

    David Saxby's enormous reef tank is possibly the world's most famous privately-owned aquarium. It's 13,640 l/3000 It has several large protein skimmers, two nitrate reactors and it's lit by several high-powered metal halide lights, plus more than

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  • Saltwater Aquariums For Dummies

    John Wiley & Sons. 2011. ISBN: 9781118051023,1118051025. 360 pages.

    Demystifies aquarium setup and maintenance Combine and care for a wide variety of marine fish and invertebrates Dive into the colorful world of saltwater fish! This fun, friendly guide gives you easy step-by-step instructions for choosing and caring for these amazing animals. You get the latest on feeding, tank upkeep, filtering systems, maintaining live rock, and preventing algae build-up, as well as what not to include in your aquarium. Discover how to Choose the best fish and equipment Get...

  • The Nano-reef Handbook

    TFH Publications. 2017. ISBN: 0793805724,9780793805723. 192 pages.

    Suitable for aquarists at any level of the hobby, 'The Nano-Reef Handbook' is an essential guide to setting up and maintaining a nano-reef (an aquarium housing reef organisms that is less than 15 gallons in total volume) in your home, office, or classroom.









72" metal halide fixture - reef lights.
Restoration of a MH aquarium light fixture. Combined two 36" units into a single 72" unit with brackets, and wired them all together to run 4 ballasts externally. It runs four 150 watt HQI metal halide...
Photo by Moto@Club4AG on Flickr
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72" metal halide fixture - 4x 150w HQI
Restoration of a MH aquarium light fixture. Combined two 36" units into a single 72" unit with brackets, and wired them all together to run 4 ballasts externally. It runs four 150 watt HQI metal halide...
Photo by Moto@Club4AG on Flickr