Well-designed recharged hot water bag for Swiss Manufacturers
Place of Origin:Zhejiang, China (Mainland) Brand Name:NUANYI Model Number:NY0076 classification:hand warmer stlye:with cover (can put hand in bag) Product name:electric hot water bag Item name:electric warm bag weight:1.4kg Style:custom size:26*18.5cm Material: Flannelette,PVC Voltage:220V(110v) Power:380w Charge time:8-15min Warm time:3-8 hours Manufactor: Cixi Jade Rabbit Electric Appliance Factory Approved Certificate:CE ROHS Wire length:75(80)cm Max...
Well-designed recharged hot water bag for Swiss Manufacturers Detail:
|Place of Origin:Zhejiang, China (Mainland)|
|stlye:with cover (can put hand in bag)|
|Product name:electric hot water bag|
|Item name:electric warm bag|
|Warm time:3-8 hours|
|Manufactor: Cixi Jade Rabbit Electric Appliance Factory|
|Approved Certificate:CE ROHS|
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How do you keep your aquariums warm enough in the winter and even worse what do you do if the power goes out in winter and your tanks start getting cold? That’s what we’re talking about in this episode of Tank Talk……
In the colder months of the year there’s a few things you can do to make sure your tanks make it through without freezing your fish to death.
First is to make sure your heaters are working properly. Don’t pull them out of the water and make sure they’re hot, just check the temp in your tank. If it’s where your heater is supposed to have it you should be ok BUT there’s something else that’s really important.
Tropical fish don’t do all that well if their water gets really cold. They’re use to the water being somewhere around 80 degrees and unless you have a huge thermometer staring at you in the face you probably wont know your heater has malfunctioned until it’s to late.
Because of this I strongly recommend a back up heater. But I’m not saying to just have one in a drawer somewhere just in case. I’m saying put 2 heaters in your tank. Set the first heater to your desired temp. Lets say 80 degrees and set the second heater 1 or 2 degrees lower.
This will mean that your back up heater should really never come on because the main heater that is set to a higher temp will do all of the work. But if the main heater goes out, the back up automatically kicks in and your fish don’t skip a beat.
Now what about the dreaded winter power outage. What do you do when the power goes out and the temperature in your home drops drastically. Well unfortunately there’s only a few things I can recommend to you.
First would be to try to keep the room your tanks are in as warm as possible which would mean try not to open the door to the outside letting the cold air in. If your tank sits right near your front door, use your back door when you need to go outside and try to limit the traffic going through that room.
Second is you can certainly cover your tanks with large blankets. These blankets will most likely get a little wet but hey… just make sure you’re not completely sealing your tank off, these tanks do need air.
Third thing is obviously a generator but I’m willing to guess that if you had a generator we wouldn’t be having this conversation.
The last thing I would say is if you try all of these other things but it’s just not working cause there’s a ton of people letting cold air into the room your tank is in or the power has been out for a really long time there is one more thing.
This is a long shot because most likely if your power is out it’s probably due to bad weather or there’s a foot of snow on the ground but as a last resort you can always drive to your moms or your sister or your friends house, fill up some buckets with scalding hot water, bring it home and do a water change with it. It wont be scalding by the time you get home.
If you have a strategy for keeping your tanks warm in the winter put it in the comment section below, I’d love to hear some different ideas.