Key Features & Benefits:
Shatter-resistant quartz glass
With strong protective casing
LED indicator light
Adjustable temperature range of 20°C to 34°C
Heater casing then protects fish from coming into direct contact with the heating element
The heater incorporates thermal cut-off technology. When the water reaches the set temperature the heater will shut off, and switches back on once the temperature drops
Adhesive suction cups to secure your heater to the aquarium
Suitable for use in glass, plastic or acrylic aquariums
Suitable For: Freshwater, Tropical and Marine.
Extra protection shielded heater.
500 watt suitable for up to approx 600 litre tank - can be used in tank or in a sump
Reliable and really tough, the Aqua One heater range is easy to adjust and suitable for every aquarium, whether tropical or marine. Now featuring an extended 3 year warranty for your peace of mind. The Aqua One heater is not only tough but very easy to adjust with a clear visual indication of setting, visible on the heater tube itself. Just twist the adjustment knob, fit and forget.
Aqua One 500W Heater Compatibility
The AquaOne 500W Aquarium Heater and Thermostat is a direct replacement for the existing aquarium heater in Aqua One Aquariums
Buy a Spare Heater
We can't stress enough the importance of keeping a spare aquarium heater as part of your essential set up. Don't be caught out when your aquarium heater fails, have a spare aquarium heater on hand to exchange immediately and so maintain water temperature and ensure your livestock are undisturbed.
Replacing your aquarium heater
The cold will get to your fish far quicker than poor water quality or even disease. So its imperative that, if your aquarium is cold, the heater is replaced as soon as possible. Aqua One heaters are pre set to 24-25 degrees Celsius which suits most tropical and marine fish.
Put the heater in your aquarium, attaching it to the glass with the supplied suckers, allow five minutes or so for the heater to acclimatise to the current aquarium temperature and plug in. The heater will raise the temperature steadily (if required) over a period of hours. Don't worry if the heater goes on and off a few times during this time - it is constantly adjusting to the surrounding water temperature.
As the temperature rises your fish will become more active. Keep a close eye on them over the next few days so that stress related illness such as white spot, can be remedied if required.
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