Rena Filstar Xp2 Canister Filter

rena filstar xp2 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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Rena 721 Filstar XP2 Canister Filter
Rena 721 Filstar XP2 Canister Filter
RENA Filstar XP2 Canister Filter: Advanced technology, superior design, large media capacity, strong flow rates and solid construction make the RENA FILSTAR XP Series Canister Filters the most reliable and easy-to-maintain canister filters available. Color coded parts are organized in a vacuum-formed tray. Full color instruction book for easy step-by-step set up. Self-priming, for fast and easy maintenance - no pumping necessary. All Filstar Canister Filters include: complete inlet and outlet accessory packs, flexible tubing, filtration basket(s) with separation grid(s), and mechanical, chemical and biological filtration. Aquarium Size :Flow Rate - XP1: 45 U.S. gal : 250 U.S. gal/hr (170 L 950L/ hr). XP2: 75 U.S. gal : 300 U.S. gal/hr (280 L 1,150L/hr). XP3 175 U.S. gal : 350 U.S. gal/hr (660L 1,350L/hr). XP4 265 U.S. gal : 450 U.S. gal/hr (1,000L 1,700L/hr).

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4/21/09: Operation Lucy's Tank - 13 Minutes
4/21/09: Operation Lucy's Tank - 13 Minutes
This is Lucy. Her former name was Dong, because her previous owner thought she was a boy and initially had two turtles: Ding and Dong. I actually babysat Ding for a while in college while their mama (Helen) went to Paris. So when Helen moved in with Heleny and I back in 2006, only Dong was around (rip Ding). I instantly became interested in turtle care and looked up what Red Eared Sliders needed in terms of living conditions. I got her a 20 or 30 gallon tank and she started growing and growing. When Helen, Heleny and I all moved in 2008 (rip beautiful South End apartment), Helen was headed out to Chicago for design school and couldn’t take Dong. So I took her because I loved her already and wanted to give her a cool new life in a cool new tank. So over the 2008 summer, I decided to give her a more feminine name: Lucy. I call her Luce a lot and it reminds me of the Spanish word “Luz” which means light. I think that’s a beautiful girl’s name. Anyway, I managed to find a FREE 55/75 (not sure) gallon tank so I snatched it up. Those usually round a few hundred bucks, so it was great. BUT IT WAS SO HEAVY…it’s a Metaframe Tank and they’re wicked old and are wicked heavy (they have slate bottoms). Anyway, she loved living in her new tank, but I didn’t know what to do for a basking area (RES’s need basking areas to “tan” under a heat lamp). I FINALLY finagled a contraption made out of upside-down corner shower storage units. I stacked one on top of another, zip tied it, and zip tied another one as a “step” to get to the basking dock. I then realized the step was too steep so added a brick. IT WORKED!!! She loved it! For a heat lamp, I had to find a way to keep the tank cover on as well as a heat lamp inside the tank. I hacked an IKEA clamp on lamp and removed the shade, replaced the bulb with a heat bulb from the pet store and clamped it to the tank, pointed directly onto the basking dock. NOW onto the whole point of these photo uploads: the filter. I bought a $40 decorative filter (Tetra Filter for Newts, Frogs and Turtles) that could apparently filter up to 55 gallons of water. After a month, it couldn’t handle the waste that Lucy was producing (turtles are messy) so I knew I had to pony up and buy a canister filter. I finally broke down and spent $140 on the Fluval 305 (handles up to 75 gallons, way more than my ? filled tank contains…so I can still use this when I upgrade her tank this summer). My first installation involved me not putting the O-ring in the right groove on the canister, so I flooded the whole room…I called the 800 number they give you to call when you have problems and I corrected the set-up and let the filtering begin!!! These pictures have been taken in 5-10 minute intervals, to show how clear the water got in a reasonably quick timeframe. The up-close picture of Lucy is the next morning. I think she is now the happiest she’s been in 1 year as I got this whole “Turtle Care” concept down pat. Mission accomplished.
Green Kitchen Composter - Upcycled From Vintage Kitchen Canister
Green Kitchen Composter - Upcycled From Vintage Kitchen Canister
Keep your peels, cores, bits, and pieces less stinky before they hit your compost bin or pile with this kitchen composter. It was made from a vintage kitchen canister. It has a filter and air holes in the lid. Who doesn't love a little recycling?? Want one for yourself? Check out my profile to see where you can get one :)

rena filstar xp2 canister filter
rena filstar xp2 canister filter
Rena FilStar XP2 Canister Filter
These top-of-the-line canister filters offer a variety of benefits. * Extra-large, easy access filter media baskets, complete with filter foam, micro-filtration pad, and Bio-Chem Zorbadvanced filtration media, ensure exceptional water quality.* Multi-stage filtration with bypass-free circulation guarantees that water flows through the filtration, not around it.* Quick disconnects mean fast, easy maintenance.* Patented anti-airlock system allows self-priming, uninterrupted operation.* Unique sediment chambers improve filter efficiency and reduce clogging.* Large rubber bases suppress vibration and noise. The XP2 has a flow rate of 300 gph and is suitable for aquariums up to 75 gallons.

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