JG: Welcome to the WCCG forum archie
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archie: New to this so jus looking for some fish
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JG: Hi archie what type of fish are you looking for?
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JG: New Meeting Location Secured for 2017!
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fin: happy new year everyone
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jred: in chat for a bit
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jred: Hey Everyone - sorry I forgot to post the meeting change for January - it will be occurring tomorrow night (January 19th) at 6:30pm please see the events folder for details
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WEST: To all Group Member's is there also a FB page for this group if so can someone post a link for all Members & guests to join ..
May 11, 2017 3:30:12 GMT -5
1. ATI Hydro-Sponge Pro V (Rated for 125G+ tanks) 2. Swiss Tropicals 5" Cubefilter with large Jetlifter (Rated for a 30G tank - surface area 125 PPI)
I've been impressed with the ST sponge as the material is more durable then the ATI sponge material. Plus I like the Jetlifter addition. The ATI sponge filters are also a very good filter medium. With both of these running in a 75G tank the water should be pristine.
The above ratings are the official tank ratings from both ATI and Swiss Tropicals. Interestingly enough the surface area for the ATI Pro V is about half that of the ST Cubefilter, however it is officially rated for over 125G. It seems that ST is underrating their sponges, which I prefer, because the sponge with the higher surface area will be the more effective sponge, given that both materials are similar... however ST is superior material. So I suppose I could get stupid crazy and say that both are rated for 125G giving me about 250G of filtration on a 75G tank. Not too shabby.