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Hamilton Technology Metal Halide HQI 250W 14,000K Big wheel Base Aquarium Light Bulb

Hamilton Technology Metal Halide HQI 250W 14,000K Big wheel Base Aquarium Light Bulb

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Hamilton Technology Metal Halide HQI 250W 14,000K Baron Base Aquarium BulbOur Hamilton Technology Metal Halide HQI 250W Mogul Base Aquarium Bulb is a true 14,000K and is the visionary choice for marine and reef aquariums. This metal halide aquarium bulb has outstanding intensity and color with a high PAR value light and emits able, sparkling, white light with vibrant actinic blue rays. Simulates sunlight at ocean depths of 8-20 feet and promotes the happening of photosynthetic plants, anemones and coral. This aquarium bulb enhances the natural vibrant fluorescence in fish, coral and marine entity. Use with 250 watt Magnetic ballast with ANSI code M58 or 250 watt Electronic ballast.


Hamilton Technology Metal Halide HQI 250W 10,000K Coupled Ended Aquarium Light Bulb

Hamilton Technology Metal Halide HQI 250W 10,000K Coupled Ended Aquarium Light Bulb

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Hamilton Technology Metal Halide HQI 250W 10,000K Double-barrelled Ended Aquarium BulbOur Hamilton Technology Metal Halide HQI 250W Double Ended Aquarium Bulb is a true 10,000K and is the fictitious choice for freshwater, planted, marine and reef aquariums. This metal halide aquarium bulb emits a pure, crisp, strong, bright white light with a high PAR value. Simulates sunlight at ocean depths of 5-15 feet and promotes the development of photosynthetic plants, anemones and coral. This aquarium bulb enhances the realistic vibrant fluorescence in fish, coral and marine life. Use with 250 watt Probe ballast with ANSI code M58 or 250 watt Electronic ballast.


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107 Tips for the Marine Reef Aquarium

HELPFUL TIPS YOU CAN USE RIGHT AWAY Whether you already have a reef aquarium or simply dream of starting one, the 107 tips in this book will save you time and money and give you the confidence to achieve the success you desire. Chapters include: - STARTING OUT - GENERAL ADVICE - SAVE SOME MONEY - SHOPPING - BEST PRACTICES - MAINTENANCE - LIGHTING - SAFETY - DEALING WITH PROBLEMS - TRAVELING - DISEASE AND PARASITES - FEEDING - PICKING LIVESTOCK - DEALING WITH AGGRESSION - CHANGE UP THE LOOK OF YOUR TANK - AQUASCAPE - TAKE BETTER PHOTOS - REFERENCES - WHERE TO GET MORE INFORMATION

Saltwater Aquariums For Dummies

Demystifies aquarium setup and maintenance Combine and care for a wide variety of marine fish and invertebrates Dive into the colorful world of saltwater fish! This fun, friendly guide gives you easy step-by-step instructions for choosing and caring for these amazing animals. You get the latest on feeding, tank upkeep, filtering systems, maintaining live rock, and preventing algae build-up, as well as what not to include in your aquarium. Discover how to Choose the best fish and equipment Get your tank up and running Maintain proper water conditions Keep your fish happy and healthy Avoid tank pitfalls Keep a brackish aquarium

Describing my dream home - Blue Ribbon News

20, 2017) The other day I came across an interesting writing prompt while browsing the web. Admittedly I was searching writing prompts because I was having a bad case of the dreaded writer’s block. Anyhow, the prompt read as follows: describe your dream house. This caught my eye because I often daydream what my dream home would look like, and so in the next several paragraphs I will attempt to describe exactly what I envision in that daydream. Before I begin, let me first explain that this is entirely hypothetical and I will probably never own an actual home like this in my lifetime. My dream home has multiple levels to it, and by that I mean it has an upstairs, a downstairs and an entire living quarters underground. That’s right, it’s a house on top of a house. The underground home is very comfortable with its sandstone walls and candle lanterns which throw shadows everywhere and provide soft yellow lighting. There’s the kitchens which have multiple brick ovens, a dining room with a table long enough to seat 20 people comfortably, and a giant pool surrounded by a saltwater aquarium so you can relax and watch the many different forms of sea life swim... A jacuzzi sits up high and spills down into the pool below. I’ll admit, the pool is one of my favorite parts of the whole house. I would two master bedrooms – one located in the underground space and the other on the second floor of the above-ground home. The one underground would literally be a man cave, with a huge video screen embedded into the stone wall. A curtain would cover the screen whenever it is not in use. My bed would be a king size four poster, and of course would be situated right in front of the giant video screen so I could watch a movie while laying comfortably in my bed. There’s a mini fridge, a walk-in closet and a connecting bathroom which houses a walk-in shower. It’s one of those where water sprays you from every direction. The above-ground house has TONS of windows because I’m claustrophobic and hate feeling like I’m being surrounded by four walls. The downstairs kitchen would connect to the dining hall which if I’m being honest mirrors Hogwarts’s Great Hall. Yep, it’s got the four impossibly long dining tables, House banners hanging off the walls and everything. If you dine in my dream home, you must first be sorted into your appropriate Hogwarts House (unless you’ve already done that via Pottermore). The pride and joy of my dream home is the theater room, which includes an IMAX screen and rows upon rows of incredibly comfortable chairs, the kind that can recline for added comfort. A word of warning, although the chairs recline I’d advise against it if you actually plan on watching the movie, because you WILL fall asleep. And in the backyard there’s a gazebo with one of those outdoor fireplaces. For lighting, there are empty tequila bottles with light bulbs inserted on the inside which are strung up around the entire gazebo. I saw those tequila bottle light fixtures in a restaurant once and fell in love with the idea. I guess I ought to snap out of this daydream before I get stuck in it for good. All rights reserved. Content may not be reproduced or republished without express written permission. See our policies about reader submitted content and sharing copyrighted material under our "Submit Your News" tab.

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  2. And in the backyard there's a gazebo with one of those outdoor fireplaces. For lighting, there are empty tequila bottles with light bulbs inserted on the inside which are strung up around the entire gazebo. I saw those tequila bottle light fixtures in
  3. Most people visit the tower at night as about 336 light projectors and 20,000 light bulbs makes it look magnificent. The tower's observation decks give you a view of the Paris's floodlit bridges, churches and other landmarks. In the night, the Seine

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My new Siamese Fighting Fish, Tong, in his temporary home. March 2008. p.s. I will soon need a keeper to accompany me to the store to prevent these impulse buys. Now, I'm off to the pet store to get new filter, light bulb, and Betta food.
Lighting
Still running with the temporary sump...I've put up a shelf to hold the grow-boxes, with some under-shelf lighting for the tank. The fixtures are T5 under-cabinet fluorescents. Since there won't be any plants in the tank, at least for now, and Henry is nocturnal, I just left in the bulbs they came with. My carpentry skills are somewhat primitive, so I'm aiming for "aesthetically unoffensive" with the finished product, as "aesthetically pleasing" is probably more than I can manage. Keeping things aesthetically unoffensive got tricky here, since I had to find shelf brackets that could hold a decent amount of weight without looking ugly. I also did not want to drive to a larger town to find them. So I ended up with some curly wrought iron ones meant to hold hanging plants on patios. Hanging plants get pretty heavy, right? The tricky part came when I realized the bracket spacing had to be dictated by stud location rather than light fixture length. Oops....
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Take a light bulb break and remove the protective glass without damaging the filament then apply the electricity capturing the moment of light. This photo was of two 40 watt aquarium bulbs.
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Disclosure: Blog posts may contain affiliate links for which I receive a small commission when you make a purchase. Full disclosure can be found here. December 8, 2014 By Rebecca D. Dillon These easy Marimo moss ball DIY light bulb aquariums make a great ...

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That got me to thinking about the events that shaped the reef aquarium hobby. While I realize that the majority ... a reflector and a glass plate ran across the bottom protected the bulb from splashes. The boxes used a computer fan for cooling and were ...