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Penn Plax Cascade Canister Filter


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  • Aquarium filters are critical components of both freshwater and marine aquaria.Leibel WS (1993) A fishkeepers guide to South American cichlids. Tetra Press. Belgium pg 12-14. Aquarium filters remove physical and soluble chemical waste products from aquaria, simplifying maintenance.
  • A very large and robust external filter. Typically a very large canister outside the aquarium that can be filled with filter media. Water is sucked from the aquarium, forced through the filter media, and then returned to the aquarium.
  • This filter consists of a canister external to the aquarium which is filled with various media, mechanical or chemical. Hoses run to and from the canister, and an attached pump forces water through the canister.
    cascade
  • Fall or hang in copious or luxuriant quantities
  • a small waterfall or series of small waterfalls
  • a succession of stages or operations or processes or units; "progressing in severity as though a cascade of genetic damage was occurring"; "separation of isotopes by a cascade of processes"
  • rush down in big quantities, like a cascade
  • Arrange (a number of devices or objects) in a series or sequence
  • (of water) Pour downward rapidly and in large quantities
    penn
  • Englishman and Quaker who founded the colony of Pennsylvania (1644-1718)
  • William (1644–1718), English Quaker, founder of Pennsylvania. Having been imprisoned in 1668 for his Quaker writings, he was granted a charter to land in North America by Charles II. He founded the colony of Pennsylvania as a sanctuary for Quakers and other nonconformists in 1682
  • University of Pennsylvania: a university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • Penn was the name of three American automobiles of the pioneer era: The Penn Auto Company of Philadelphia was the first company with the purpose of manufacturing automobiles enregistered in Pennsylvania. It was founded with a capital stock of 5,000$.
    plax
  • Plax is the name of a manufacturing factory that was located in Stonington, Connecticut. It began operations in Stonington in 1957, and was later purchased by the Monsanto Chemical Company. It specialized in the manufacturing of plastic bottles. The General Manager was Benedict U.
penn plax cascade canister filter - AquaTop CF-300
AquaTop CF-300 Canister Filter - 264 gph
AquaTop CF-300 Canister Filter - 264 gph
This external 3 stage canister filter is ideal for tanks ranging in size from 20 gallons to 75 gallons and handles up to 264 gallons per hour. The CF-300 defies its low price because it comes with everything you need to get started and three flexible media trays allow you to add the filtration media of your choice. The filtration media trays offer a fully customized filtration system that suits your specific aquatic needs. With the addition of AquaTop’s filter sponges, activated carbon, ceramic rings, or bio-balls, you’ll achieve excellent Mechanical, Chemical, and Biological filtration and crystal clear aquarium water. The CF-300 canister filter also has a convenient self-priming pump that eliminates the need for manual siphoning!

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Charcoal Canister
Charcoal Canister
The location for the charcoal canister on a '78 (beside the right tail light in the engine compartment). New vinyl hoses from Lowe's to replace the originals.
Liquid Nitrogen Canister
Liquid Nitrogen Canister
On many cross roads in NYC sit these large Liquid Nitrogen canisters.. Anyone know what they are for? Pressure's building!

penn plax cascade canister filter
penn plax cascade canister filter
God, No!: Signs You May Already Be an Atheist and Other Magical Tales
Not only can the man rant, he can write.
From the larger, louder half of the world-famous magic duo Penn & Teller comes a scathingly funny reinterpretation of The Ten Commandments. They are The Penn Commandments, and they reveal one outrageous and opinionated atheist's experience in the world. In this rollicking yet honest account of a godless existence, Penn takes readers on a roller coaster of exploration and flips conventional religious wisdom on its ear to reveal that doubt, skepticism, and wonder -- all signs of a general feeling of disbelief -- are to be celebrated and cherished, rather than suppressed. And he tells some pretty damn funny stories along the way. From performing blockbuster shows on the Vegas Strip to the adventures of fatherhood, from an on-going dialogue with proselytizers of the Christian Right to the joys of sex while scuba diving, Jillette's self-created Decalogue invites his reader on a journey of discovery that is equal parts wise and wisecracking.
Praise for God, No!
"People who say that libertarians have no heart or atheists have no soul need to read this book. Because Penn Jillette has a lot of both." -- MATT STONE and TREY PARKER, creators of South Park and the award-winning Broadway musical The Book of Mormon
"There are few people in the country who question more boldly, brashly, and bravely than my friend Penn Jillette. This book is funny, provocative, and profane. But is it right? God, no!" --GLENN BECK
"This planet has yielded exactly one mutual friend for Glenn Beck and me and that friend has written a brilliant book called God, No! Penn reveals 'the big secret of magic,' tells you why tattoos are perfect expressions of atheism and exactly what to eat when you know you're going to vomit later." --LAWRENCE O'DONNELL
"Penn Jillette is a twenty-first-century Lord of Misrule: big, boisterously anarchic, funny, Rabelaisian, impossible and unique. There isn't--couldn't be--better not be--anybody like him." --RICHARD DAWKINS, bestselling author of The Greatest Show on Earth and The God Delusion

Not only can the man rant, he can write. From the larger, louder half of the world-famous magic duo Penn & Teller comes a scathingly funny reinterpretation of The Ten Commandments. They are The Penn Commandments, and they reveal one outrageous and opinionated atheist's experience in the world. In this rollicking yet honest account of a godless existence, Penn takes readers on a roller coaster of exploration and flips conventional religious wisdom on its ear to reveal that doubt, skepticism, and wonder -- all signs of a general feeling of disbelief -- are to be celebrated and cherished, rather than suppressed. And he tells some pretty damn funny stories along the way. From performing blockbuster shows on the Vegas Strip to the adventures of fatherhood, from an on-going dialogue with proselytizers of the Christian Right to the joys of sex while scuba diving, Jillette's self-created Decalogue invites his reader on a journey of discovery that is equal parts wise and wisecracking
Amazon Exclusive: Teller Interviews Penn Jillette

Teller is an American magician, illusionist, comedian, writer, and is the smaller, quieter half of the comedy magic duo Penn & Teller, along with Penn Jillette.
Teller: I presume your new book is all about me, right?
Penn Jillette: We've done three magic books together and I wrote two novels without you. I wanted to put something out there that was all me, my ideas and beliefs and take on things that would be thought-provoking and funny. I do a lot of op-ed stuff and TV pundit stuff. I'm always the nut on those panels that they go to for a joke, but end up being the guy the host says "Hey, Penn’s a whack job, but he’s right." Oh, and I guess I talk about you, too.
Teller: I'm going to pretend to ask you about the book, as if I haven't read it yet. So Penn, what's your book about?
Penn: It's a pretty funny look my life and all the goofy things that are important to me: skepticism, truth, atheism, our show, my family and friends, libertarianism. I share funny stories about those things and talk about my beliefs and even tell one about the skin falling of my scrotum. Oh, and I guess I talk about you, too.
Teller: I love the Siegfried & Roy story in the book.

Penn: I think it's my favorite and it really captures the essence of the book. It's funny, nutty and from my heart.
Teller: Do you have to be an atheist to read this book?
Penn: God No! (get it?). I’m very respectful of Christians in the book. And it's not all about being an atheist. It's a funny, humorous book about a lot of stuff that goes on in the life and head of a nutty Vegas magician. There are lots of heavy books out there about religion and Atheism. But this one might be the feel good one. Too bad Oprah’s Book Club has shut down.
Teller: Why should I buy this book if you’ve already given me a free copy?
Penn: Well, you owe me $24.99.

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