Aqua Cool Aquarium Cooling Fan
- Low voltage (12V) for maximum safety when used near wet environment
- Better than overhead fan: Side-mount fan assembly to minimize water splash on the motor to prevent accidental immersion
- Multi directional discharge nozzle for precise air flow focus
- Fully adjustable, wide discharge nozzle for maximum cooling due to increased air/water contact
Cools Aquarium by one of the following methods:
Direct the nozzle upwards toward the aquarium lamp fixture to dissipate some of the radiant heat generated by your aquarium lamps
Direct the nozzle so that air flows over the surface of the water. This will reduce the water temperature through increased evaporation cooling
i have 4 20 gallon fish tanks in one room on the third floor of a brick apartment building in Chicago with little air conditioning. I tested one fan to see how much I could drop the temperature on one tank. I removed the glass cover and light and ran the fan overnight which dropped the temperature from 84 to 78. The noise of the fan is minimal. The only trouble I have with this fan is adjusting the plastic clamp on the arm to secure the fan to the tank. The clamp is difficult to slide and I am afraid of breaking off this plastic clamp.
My 55 gallon goldfish tank was running too hot. After staring at chillers, and fans, I decided to try this out. Much to my delight it has lowered the tank temperature from 84 to 74 degrees. Sometimes even lower depending on ambient temperature. It does make some noise, like any fan, but nothing objectionable.