Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Uv Food Sterilizer

1. Friends? Fish Experts? Neon Tetra Disease?

Neon Tetra Disease; Sporozoan Fish Infection. The disease cycle begins when parasitic spores enter the fish after the fish ingests infected food or organic debris, such as the bodies of dead fish, or live food (often Tubiflex Worms). After the spores enter the intestinal tract, the newly hatched embryos burrow through the intestinal wall and produce cysts within the muscle tissue. These muscles containing the cysts begin to die, resulting in a pale whitish tissue. Initially the only symptom may be restlessness especially when lights are turned on and off. The infected fish often will stop schooling with others of their species. Soon the swimming becomes more erratic and the tell tale symptom of the white muscle tissue becomes apparent. TREATMENT (and more importantly; stopping the spread of this disease A medicated bath with Methylene Blue is the first step. To prepare this bath I use 1 teaspoon 2.303% solution per 5 gallons (double dose recommended on most Methylene Blue Remedies) in a bath of aquarium water from the tank the fish you wish to treat came from, I usually use about a gallon of water, however you may use less. Measurement of the Methylene Blue does not need to be too precise as this bath should only be used for about 30 minutes and Methylene Blue is safely overdosed (for fish in baths, dips, or bare hospital tank, however overdosing in established aquariums can kill beneficial nitrifying bacteria). This baths effectiveness is improved further by the addition of salt (at 1 teaspoon per gallon) and Metronidazole at double the normal tank dose. Make sure you keep the water in a warm area, as in a cold room the water temperature can drop rapidly which would stress the fish. Do NOT pour this water back into your display aquarium when finished. This can be performed twice per day. Adding Erythromycin to this bath at double recommended tank dose can improve results (especially for FNT Disease) This bath is helpful for the both True Neon Tetra Disease and false neon tetra disease (FNT Disease). In the tank you need to treat with Quick Cure , or ParaGuard-Parasite Treatment combined with either Furan 2 or Metrondizole. Medicated Wonder Shells are excellent as a follow up treatment or for mild infections. Continue this treatment for 7-10 days. A medication containing Metronidazole or an additional treatment of Metronidazole in tank can be very helpful as well (note: this is infestation is difficult to treat and takes a "medication cocktail" approach to defeat). If you have a uv sterilizer i recommend you use it as soon as possible. I recommend to take any fish that has the infection and put them in a quarintine tank to save your mollies and other fish.

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2. What does a Refugium, Reactor, UV Sterilizer, and a Protein Skimmer do in a fish aquarium?

a refugium is a spot out side of the main display tank that acts as a refuge to things that would be killed in the main tank. a lot of us use these to grow copopods or to house other invertebrates that aid water quality but would get eaten my certain fish. we also add macro aglae to them as habitat. an added bonus is that as the macro algae grows it consumes (binds) nitrates and phosphates. when you prune the algae and throw it away you have efectivly removed nitrates and phosphates from your system. a reactor is a chamber where a media of your choice is allowed to react with your water. take carbon for example. in your hob filters you add a carbon pack that sits there passively as water passes trough the pack. the amount is not adjustable and anywhere two pieces touch is unused space. with a reactor water passes down a tube in the center then comes up the main chamber. the force tumbles the carbon giving maximum contact surface allowing you to maximize the potential of the media. you also measure out the amount of media you need based on your needs not some industry standard a uv sterilizer deforms single celled organisms with uv light. it doesn't kill them but instead radiates them (for lack of a better term) which limits their ability to reproduce. so where you may have green water due to microscopic algae, stopping their ability to reproduce break the cycle. when the current batch dies with nothing new to take its place your water clears up. it only works on free flowing organisms. the bacteria that is doing the nitrogen cycle is on and in your rock and will be unaffected a protien skimmer removes dissolved organic compounds (proteins) from the water. some proteins are hydrophobic meaning repelled by water some are hydrophoric meaning attracted to water. the surface of a bubble works for both as it is both wet and dry. proteins attach to the bubble walls and are carried up the skimmer and into the collection cup. higher count of smaller bubbles makes for more surface area to collect proteins, more contact time in the water gives each bubble more time to collect proteins.

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1. How do you set up a Salt Water Aquarium?Ask any saltwater aquarium hobbyist and you'll discover that the process of setting up and stocking an aquarium is definitely worth the work and the wait. Saltwater aquarium setup and stocking requires careful effort, especially now that the Internet has afforded hobbyists access to many rare and/or demanding species of fish and invertebrates. Many of the available species also have special compatibility requirements which you must address during the stocking process. This article details the five phases involved in successfully setting up and stocking a marine aquarium. Phase 1 - Prepare your aquarium water Set up the aquarium and install all filtration equipment. Fill the aquarium with freshwater that has ideally been treated by reverse osmosis. If you must use untreated city water, add a quality liquid dechlorinator to remove chlorine from the water. Next, add salt by carefully following the instructions on the salt mix. Use a hydrometer to monitor and raise salinity to the desired level. Install the aquarium heater and set to the desired temperature. Allow the system to run for a few days to ensure a constant water temperature and proper operation of all equipment. Phase 2 - Build your aquarium "foundation" After your aquarium has run successfully for a few days, start building your "foundation" of aragonite-based substrate and live rock. You might also consider adding 2-3 inches of live sand, which seeds the sand bed with beneficial bacteria and micro-organisms. If you need assistance in determining the proper amount of sand for your aquarium, please feel free to contact Drs. Foster & Smith. After you've added your substrate and live sand, add your live rock. Live rock is porous, aragonite-based rock harvested from the rubble zones of ocean reefs. In addition to harboring large amounts of beneficial bacteria and micro-organisms, live rock also provides aquarium inhabitants with safe hiding spaces and helps maintain healthy water parameters. Live rock offers aesthetic appeal and biological filtration while providing the necessary habitat and nutrition for your fish and invertebrates. You can choose from several varieties of live rock - variations in color, shape, and associated marine life are dependent upon the geographic area in which the live rock originated. As a general rule, add approximately 1-1/2 pounds of rock per gallon of water in your aquarium. The exact amount you should add will vary by the type of rock you choose. Be sure to follow the recommendations that accompany your chosen live rock. Your live rock must be fully cured before you can add any fish or invertebrates to your aquarium. The curing process, which initiates the Nitrogen Cycle, typically takes 4-5 weeks. During this time, you must also perform weekly 25% water changes. To start your live rock curing, stack the rock loosely in your aquarium. Try to build as many caves as possible. This allows fish to swim freely within the rockwork, and provides the rock with good water circulation. Also, be sure to stack your rocks right side up - turn the side of the rock with the most color upward. This will help ensure proper lighting conditions for both the colorful coralline algae, which requires bright light, and the sponges, which require low light. Please note: during the curing process, you must keep the aquarium dark to inhibit algae growth - provide illumination only briefly when checking progress. Phase 3 - Add lighting and an Algae Attack Pack Once your live rock has fully cured, and the biological filtration is mature, you can add your aquaria. However, as a final precaution before adding aquaria, test your ammonia and nitrite levels to ensure they are at 0 ppm. At this time, you should also set up your lighting system with a common appliance timer set to illuminate the aquarium 10-12 hours per day. The following few weeks after adding lighting, you will most likely experience an algae bloom. To combat this, you should add an algae attack pack to your aquarium. Follow the acclimation procedure included with the pack and allow your aquarium's biological filtration to catch up to the new increased biological load. The biological filtration will quickly accommodate the new inhabitants, due to the fully cured live rock in the system. After a few days, test the ammonia and nitrite levels - when they reach 0, you can begin adding fish and invertebrates. Phase 4 - Begin adding fish and invertebrates After you've cured your live rock, illuminated your aquarium, and taken care of any subsequent algae blooms, your aquarium is ready for fish and invertebrates. Before adding any fish and/or invertebrates, be sure you're familiar with any compatibility issues that may exist among your desired species. Also, be sure to stock your aquarium gradually to allow the biological filtration to catch up to the new aquarium inhabitants. When planning your initial and additional aquaria orders, first test ammonia and nitrite levels and make sure the levels reach and remain at zero for at least a few weeks. Once the levels are stable at zero, you can safely order - then add - new fish and/or invertebrates. If you're not already familiar with the temperament, environmental requirements, and maintenance/aquarist expertise level of your desired species, offers helpful, concise quick stats with that information for each fish and/or invertebrate. also offers a comprehensive compatibility chart to help you determine whether your desired species are compatible with one another. The first series of fish and invertebrates you add to your aquarium must be the most docile of your desired species. This will allow them to become accustomed to the aquarium before you add larger, more active, more aggressive species. After giving your new arrivals at least a few weeks to become acclimated, follow up gradually with the larger, more active species. You may also be wondering just how many fish you can successfully keep in your aquarium. While many variables affect that answer, a general rule is to stock no more than an inch of fully grown fish per gallon of water in your aquarium. For example, if you have a 30-gallon aquarium, ideally stock no more than 15 total inches of fully grown fish. Remember to consider your desired fishes' maximum size when calculating this amount. Phase 5 - Add a Detritus Attack Pack Now that you've established your aquarium and added fish and invertebrates, you should add a Detritus Attack Pack to help maintain healthy water parameters. The invertebrates in these attack packs feed on leftover food and waste from fish and other invertebrates. If insufficient detritus-eating invertebrates are present, the unconsumed food and waste will ultimately serve as nutrients for unwanted algae. Simply choose the Detritus Attack Pack that fits the size of your aquarium. In Conclusion The above steps should simplify and demystify the process of successfully setting up and stocking a marine aquarium. Most importantly - and prior to investing in and setting up aquarium equipment - research the needs of your desired fish and invertebrates to ensure from the start that you have the time, energy, and resources to invest into their care. And be sure to resist the temptation to add all your inhabitants at once - by stocking your aquarium slowly, you will greatly increase your inhabitants' chances for survival, as well as your chances for long-term success. With the proper setup, as well as diligence, patience, and care, your saltwater aquarium and its inhabitants will thrive while you enjoy a beautiful, fascinating ocean setting in your own home.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Uv Food Sterilizer
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for Uv Food Sterilizer
1. How do you set up a Salt Water Aquarium?Ask any saltwater aquarium hobbyist and you'll discover that the process of setting up and stocking an aquarium is definitely worth the work and the wait. Saltwater aquarium setup and stocking requires careful effort, especially now that the Internet has afforded hobbyists access to many rare and/or demanding species of fish and invertebrates. Many of the available species also have special compatibility requirements which you must address during the stocking process. This article details the five phases involved in successfully setting up and stocking a marine aquarium. Phase 1 - Prepare your aquarium water Set up the aquarium and install all filtration equipment. Fill the aquarium with freshwater that has ideally been treated by reverse osmosis. If you must use untreated city water, add a quality liquid dechlorinator to remove chlorine from the water. Next, add salt by carefully following the instructions on the salt mix. Use a hydrometer to monitor and raise salinity to the desired level. Install the aquarium heater and set to the desired temperature. Allow the system to run for a few days to ensure a constant water temperature and proper operation of all equipment. Phase 2 - Build your aquarium "foundation" After your aquarium has run successfully for a few days, start building your "foundation" of aragonite-based substrate and live rock. You might also consider adding 2-3 inches of live sand, which seeds the sand bed with beneficial bacteria and micro-organisms. If you need assistance in determining the proper amount of sand for your aquarium, please feel free to contact Drs. Foster & Smith. After you've added your substrate and live sand, add your live rock. Live rock is porous, aragonite-based rock harvested from the rubble zones of ocean reefs. In addition to harboring large amounts of beneficial bacteria and micro-organisms, live rock also provides aquarium inhabitants with safe hiding spaces and helps maintain healthy water parameters. Live rock offers aesthetic appeal and biological filtration while providing the necessary habitat and nutrition for your fish and invertebrates. You can choose from several varieties of live rock - variations in color, shape, and associated marine life are dependent upon the geographic area in which the live rock originated. As a general rule, add approximately 1-1/2 pounds of rock per gallon of water in your aquarium. The exact amount you should add will vary by the type of rock you choose. Be sure to follow the recommendations that accompany your chosen live rock. Your live rock must be fully cured before you can add any fish or invertebrates to your aquarium. The curing process, which initiates the Nitrogen Cycle, typically takes 4-5 weeks. During this time, you must also perform weekly 25% water changes. To start your live rock curing, stack the rock loosely in your aquarium. Try to build as many caves as possible. This allows fish to swim freely within the rockwork, and provides the rock with good water circulation. Also, be sure to stack your rocks right side up - turn the side of the rock with the most color upward. This will help ensure proper lighting conditions for both the colorful coralline algae, which requires bright light, and the sponges, which require low light. Please note: during the curing process, you must keep the aquarium dark to inhibit algae growth - provide illumination only briefly when checking progress. Phase 3 - Add lighting and an Algae Attack Pack Once your live rock has fully cured, and the biological filtration is mature, you can add your aquaria. However, as a final precaution before adding aquaria, test your ammonia and nitrite levels to ensure they are at 0 ppm. At this time, you should also set up your lighting system with a common appliance timer set to illuminate the aquarium 10-12 hours per day. The following few weeks after adding lighting, you will most likely experience an algae bloom. To combat this, you should add an algae attack pack to your aquarium. Follow the acclimation procedure included with the pack and allow your aquarium's biological filtration to catch up to the new increased biological load. The biological filtration will quickly accommodate the new inhabitants, due to the fully cured live rock in the system. After a few days, test the ammonia and nitrite levels - when they reach 0, you can begin adding fish and invertebrates. Phase 4 - Begin adding fish and invertebrates After you've cured your live rock, illuminated your aquarium, and taken care of any subsequent algae blooms, your aquarium is ready for fish and invertebrates. Before adding any fish and/or invertebrates, be sure you're familiar with any compatibility issues that may exist among your desired species. Also, be sure to stock your aquarium gradually to allow the biological filtration to catch up to the new aquarium inhabitants. When planning your initial and additional aquaria orders, first test ammonia and nitrite levels and make sure the levels reach and remain at zero for at least a few weeks. Once the levels are stable at zero, you can safely order - then add - new fish and/or invertebrates. If you're not already familiar with the temperament, environmental requirements, and maintenance/aquarist expertise level of your desired species, offers helpful, concise quick stats with that information for each fish and/or invertebrate. also offers a comprehensive compatibility chart to help you determine whether your desired species are compatible with one another. The first series of fish and invertebrates you add to your aquarium must be the most docile of your desired species. This will allow them to become accustomed to the aquarium before you add larger, more active, more aggressive species. After giving your new arrivals at least a few weeks to become acclimated, follow up gradually with the larger, more active species. You may also be wondering just how many fish you can successfully keep in your aquarium. While many variables affect that answer, a general rule is to stock no more than an inch of fully grown fish per gallon of water in your aquarium. For example, if you have a 30-gallon aquarium, ideally stock no more than 15 total inches of fully grown fish. Remember to consider your desired fishes' maximum size when calculating this amount. Phase 5 - Add a Detritus Attack Pack Now that you've established your aquarium and added fish and invertebrates, you should add a Detritus Attack Pack to help maintain healthy water parameters. The invertebrates in these attack packs feed on leftover food and waste from fish and other invertebrates. If insufficient detritus-eating invertebrates are present, the unconsumed food and waste will ultimately serve as nutrients for unwanted algae. Simply choose the Detritus Attack Pack that fits the size of your aquarium. In Conclusion The above steps should simplify and demystify the process of successfully setting up and stocking a marine aquarium. Most importantly - and prior to investing in and setting up aquarium equipment - research the needs of your desired fish and invertebrates to ensure from the start that you have the time, energy, and resources to invest into their care. And be sure to resist the temptation to add all your inhabitants at once - by stocking your aquarium slowly, you will greatly increase your inhabitants' chances for survival, as well as your chances for long-term success. With the proper setup, as well as diligence, patience, and care, your saltwater aquarium and its inhabitants will thrive while you enjoy a beautiful, fascinating ocean setting in your own home.
PSA Oxygen Nitrogen Gas Plant Suppliers and Exporters
PSA Oxygen Nitrogen Gas Plant Suppliers and Exporters
PSA oxygen nitrogen gas plant is industrial equipment that are used for generating oxygen nitrogen for industrial and medical applications. It is based on pressure swing adsorption (PSA) technology. use the best material in the fabricating and manufacturing of the PSA plant machinery. PSA technology is widely used in the making of the plant machinery used small and medium scale industries. PSA oxygen gas plant comes in different capacities and sizes ranging from 20m3/hour to 500m3/hour. Equipped with the latest technology and features, the PSA plants generate oxygen with purity up to 95%. There are so many PSA oxygen gas plant manufacturers that are acclaimed for offering high quality oxygen machinery.PSA oxygen gas plant & PSA nitrogen gas plant are reputed for delivering the plant machinery at the most competitive oxygen plant set up cost. Oxygen is the most abundantly found element in the crust of the earth and liquid oxygen gas producing plant is used for generating oxygen for meeting industrial and medical applications. India has become the hot destinations for customers for purchasing oxygen gas plants, nitrogen gas plants and acetylene gas plants. As mentioned above, the latest technology is used in the manufacturing and fabricating of the oxygen gas machines. Oxygen generated in the oxygen plants is used in large number of industries including medical, pharmaceutical, chemical, petroleum & oil, fishing, waste water treatment, metallurgy, welding, cutting and grazing.It is the endeavor of PSA nitrogen gas plant and exporters to provide oxygen producing machinery to their customers. For ensuring the quality of the machinery, the components used in the fabricating of the oxygen machinery is bought only from the best suppliers in the market. It is on account of our commitment to quality that we have been able to sell over 350 PSA plants to our customers from over 40 countries including Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Nigeria, South Africa, etc. Reputed oxygen plant suppliers and exporters do not compromise with the quality of their machinery. Our plant machinery is ISO 9008:2015 and CE certified·RELATED QUESTIONWhat are the key performance indicators for a surgical instrument sales company?Would depend on the company selling, but most likely a company selling such equipment would need to track:Number of units soldRevenue generated per month or quarterMRR (monthly recurring revenues)Tracking follow-up dates for re-stocksProduct rotation tracking (if items have an expiry date)Quality assurance (both stock and transport)Invoicing & payment trackingAnd of course, all of the relevant data of their clients.Perhaps worth contacting a hospital administrator and see if they can help you directly. Or indeed, another medical equipment supply company.We have several medical equipment suppliers using our software and each have different metrics and KPI’s.Hope this helps!
PSA Oxygen Nitrogen Gas Plant Suppliers and Exporters
PSA Oxygen Nitrogen Gas Plant Suppliers and Exporters
PSA oxygen nitrogen gas plant is industrial equipment that are used for generating oxygen nitrogen for industrial and medical applications. It is based on pressure swing adsorption (PSA) technology. use the best material in the fabricating and manufacturing of the PSA plant machinery. PSA technology is widely used in the making of the plant machinery used small and medium scale industries. PSA oxygen gas plant comes in different capacities and sizes ranging from 20m3/hour to 500m3/hour. Equipped with the latest technology and features, the PSA plants generate oxygen with purity up to 95%. There are so many PSA oxygen gas plant manufacturers that are acclaimed for offering high quality oxygen machinery.PSA oxygen gas plant & PSA nitrogen gas plant are reputed for delivering the plant machinery at the most competitive oxygen plant set up cost. Oxygen is the most abundantly found element in the crust of the earth and liquid oxygen gas producing plant is used for generating oxygen for meeting industrial and medical applications. India has become the hot destinations for customers for purchasing oxygen gas plants, nitrogen gas plants and acetylene gas plants. As mentioned above, the latest technology is used in the manufacturing and fabricating of the oxygen gas machines. Oxygen generated in the oxygen plants is used in large number of industries including medical, pharmaceutical, chemical, petroleum & oil, fishing, waste water treatment, metallurgy, welding, cutting and grazing.It is the endeavor of PSA nitrogen gas plant and exporters to provide oxygen producing machinery to their customers. For ensuring the quality of the machinery, the components used in the fabricating of the oxygen machinery is bought only from the best suppliers in the market. It is on account of our commitment to quality that we have been able to sell over 350 PSA plants to our customers from over 40 countries including Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Nigeria, South Africa, etc. Reputed oxygen plant suppliers and exporters do not compromise with the quality of their machinery. Our plant machinery is ISO 9008:2015 and CE certified·RELATED QUESTIONWhat are the key performance indicators for a surgical instrument sales company?Would depend on the company selling, but most likely a company selling such equipment would need to track:Number of units soldRevenue generated per month or quarterMRR (monthly recurring revenues)Tracking follow-up dates for re-stocksProduct rotation tracking (if items have an expiry date)Quality assurance (both stock and transport)Invoicing & payment trackingAnd of course, all of the relevant data of their clients.Perhaps worth contacting a hospital administrator and see if they can help you directly. Or indeed, another medical equipment supply company.We have several medical equipment suppliers using our software and each have different metrics and KPI’s.Hope this helps!
PSA Oxygen Nitrogen Gas Plant Suppliers and Exporters
PSA Oxygen Nitrogen Gas Plant Suppliers and Exporters
PSA oxygen nitrogen gas plant is industrial equipment that are used for generating oxygen nitrogen for industrial and medical applications. It is based on pressure swing adsorption (PSA) technology. use the best material in the fabricating and manufacturing of the PSA plant machinery. PSA technology is widely used in the making of the plant machinery used small and medium scale industries. PSA oxygen gas plant comes in different capacities and sizes ranging from 20m3/hour to 500m3/hour. Equipped with the latest technology and features, the PSA plants generate oxygen with purity up to 95%. There are so many PSA oxygen gas plant manufacturers that are acclaimed for offering high quality oxygen machinery.PSA oxygen gas plant & PSA nitrogen gas plant are reputed for delivering the plant machinery at the most competitive oxygen plant set up cost. Oxygen is the most abundantly found element in the crust of the earth and liquid oxygen gas producing plant is used for generating oxygen for meeting industrial and medical applications. India has become the hot destinations for customers for purchasing oxygen gas plants, nitrogen gas plants and acetylene gas plants. As mentioned above, the latest technology is used in the manufacturing and fabricating of the oxygen gas machines. Oxygen generated in the oxygen plants is used in large number of industries including medical, pharmaceutical, chemical, petroleum & oil, fishing, waste water treatment, metallurgy, welding, cutting and grazing.It is the endeavor of PSA nitrogen gas plant and exporters to provide oxygen producing machinery to their customers. For ensuring the quality of the machinery, the components used in the fabricating of the oxygen machinery is bought only from the best suppliers in the market. It is on account of our commitment to quality that we have been able to sell over 350 PSA plants to our customers from over 40 countries including Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Nigeria, South Africa, etc. Reputed oxygen plant suppliers and exporters do not compromise with the quality of their machinery. Our plant machinery is ISO 9008:2015 and CE certified·RELATED QUESTIONWhat are the key performance indicators for a surgical instrument sales company?Would depend on the company selling, but most likely a company selling such equipment would need to track:Number of units soldRevenue generated per month or quarterMRR (monthly recurring revenues)Tracking follow-up dates for re-stocksProduct rotation tracking (if items have an expiry date)Quality assurance (both stock and transport)Invoicing & payment trackingAnd of course, all of the relevant data of their clients.Perhaps worth contacting a hospital administrator and see if they can help you directly. Or indeed, another medical equipment supply company.We have several medical equipment suppliers using our software and each have different metrics and KPI’s.Hope this helps!
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