Interpet’s Fish Tank Filter is a reliable and easy-to-use filter for your aquarium. It’s ideal for tanks up to 90 gallons and features a strong, durable construction that won’t leak or break down over time. The Interpet Fish Tank Filter uses two mechanical filtration systems to keep your water clean: an open-cell foam pad that traps dirt and debris, and an activated carbon pad that removes harmful toxins such as nitrite, ammonia, and chlorine.
Since the Interpet Fish Tank Filter is designed specifically for aquariums, you don’t have to worry about it clogging up like other filters can over time. You can also easily adjust its flow rate by adjusting the flow rate control valve located on the top of the unit without having to disassemble anything first.
The filter comes in two different sizes: the standard size and the super size. The standard size is for tanks up to 110 gallons, and it has a flow rate of 600 gallons per hour. The super size is for tanks up to 200 gallons, and it has a flow rate of 1200 gallons per hour. If you have a larger aquarium that needs more filtration power than these models can provide, Interpet offers an even larger filter model: the Aquatower model.
Description of Interpet Fish Tank Filter
An Interpet fish tank filter is a tool that all fish tank owners should include in their aquarium, for it serves an important purpose in the maintenance of the fish tank. This is because the filter serves as a mechanism that provides biological filtration to your fish. This will be done through the removal and conversion of harmful chemicals, such as ammonia and nitrites, into nitrates. These are relatively harmless to both you and your aquarium inhabitants. A good way of going about this would be to select a high-quality Interpet filter wherein its use will not only produce cleaner water but also make sure that the water temperature within your aquarium stays at a stable level.
Interpet fish tank filters are a way to keep your tank water clean. They can be mechanical, chemical, or biological, but they all work in the same way. They trap particles and microorganisms in the water before they reach the fish. This prevents them from getting sick or dying.
Types of Interpet Fish Tank Filter
There are several types of Interpet fish tank filters, but the most common are power filters and canister filters. Power filters use a motor to push water through a filter media cartridge or sponges. These cartridges come in many shapes and sizes, so you can find one that fits your tank’s needs. Canister filters house the motor outside of the tank, so it is not visible from above. This type of filter has its own reservoir for storing water from your aquarium before passing it into your aquarium through an outlet tube that attaches at one end to the aquarium’s surface and at another end connects with a siphon or tube connecting to a pump located at some distance away (usually running along the floor).
Many tanks have internal filters which work automatically without having to connect anything extra like tubing or hoses. Some internal models include pumps with integrated filtration systems while others require external pumps (such as small aeration units) that may be purchased separately depending on what type of setup was installed by professionals when they first set up their tanks!
Specifications of Interpet Fish Tank Filter
- Power consumption: <1W
- Tank size (liters): 200L
- Filter material: 100% polyester, anti-bacterial and UV resistant
- Filtration capacity: 2,000L/hr. (at 1 bar)
- Power supply: 220V~50Hz / 60Hz AC. For 110V~60Hz AC use a step-down transformer with a maximum current rating of 3A (not included) or use an adapter plug rated for 10A or more on top of the above-mentioned voltage requirements. The aquarium pump comes supplied with an IEC mains cable to connect the pump directly to your mains socket without needing an adaptor plug or extension cord in most countries worldwide.
- Flow rate: 0.5 – 2 L/min, depending on model and filter media used*. Noise level: 20 dB(A), depending on model and filter media used.
Maintenance of Interpet Fish Tank Filter
- To clean the filter, simply remove it from the tank and rinse it with warm water. Then, replace it in the same position with a new filter cartridge.
- Change your filters every 6 months or as instructed by your retailer.
- Clean your tank at least once per week using a gentle detergent such as Interpet Aquarium Cleaner or Interpet Aquarium Cleaner for Gravel (this can be used for all types of aquariums). Do not use any abrasive cleaning products that may damage your fish or plants; these should only be used when absolutely necessary such as removing algae from rocks etc.
- After cleaning your tank rinse thoroughly to remove all traces of detergent and dry out before adding new fish or plants to avoid possible infection problems caused by residue left behind on surfaces exposed during the cleaning process (including glass walls too)
Price of Interpet Fish Tank Filter
The price of an Interpet Fish Tank Filter depends upon the model you choose and where you are buying it from. The price of an Interpet Fish Tank Filter in India is around $123 AUD, while the price in Australia is $50 CAD. In the UK and Canada, a similar filter costs £85 GBP and C$125 CAD respectively.