Heat control

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Hi due to the current hot weather my two tanks are up to 32 degrees, and I don’t have air con just fans... Any other tips?


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Reply #1

Fans blowing across the water surface can help to reduce the tank temp. Just keep an eye on evaporation

Some people put frozen bottles of water into their sumps to try to reduce the overall temp

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Reply #2

Ice cubes in a sealed bag
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Hi due to the current hot weather my two tanks are up to 32 degrees, and I don’t have air con just fans... Any other tips?


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What size system have you got? And how many fans per system?


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