A home aquarium may provide hours of entertainment and relaxation, as well as health advantages. People who spend merely ten minutes viewing fish in tanks have lower heart rates and blood pressure, as well as a better general mood, according to studies.
But what about the fish in the tank's health and well-being?
Your fish should be able to relax and thrive in their aquarium. You'll need the correct kind of water to provide an appealing environment for your fish to dwell in.
PROBLEMS DUE TO CONTAMINATED WATER IN AQUARIUM:
1-Uncontrolled algae growth
2-Constant cleaning of aquarium glass
3-Poor fish health with short lifespan
4-Corals mysteriously die
5-Aquatic plants turn yellow and die
6-Extreme pH levels
WATER SOURCES FOR AQUARIUM:
1-MUNICIPAL TAP WATER:The quality of tap water varies greatly depending on where you live. High quantities of iron or magnesium may be present in some tap water. Other types of tap water may include trace levels of ammonia or asbestos, which can harm sensitive fish.
The problem with using municipal tap water in a fish tank is that it frequently contains chlorine, which is used as a decontaminant by many public water facilities. Chlorine is poisonous to fish and destroys both healthy and bad microorganisms without discrimination. The helpful bacteria that collects on your aquarium filter to break down the poisonous ammonia and nitrite found in fish waste will be killed by chlorinated aquarium water.
2-WELL WATER:Well water, unlike municipal water, is unregulated, but it could contain high concentrations of a variety of toxins. Well water has a wide range of pH and hardness, and it frequently lacks oxygen, thus aeration is required before fish may safely survive in it.
3-BOTTLED WATER: Bottled water may appear to be the ideal option for your aquarium; after all, if it's good for people, it must be excellent for fish, right? No, not at all.
Some bottled water still has high quantities of chlorine in it, which users must remove before using it in their aquarium. Bottled water is also substantially more expensive than tap water, making the care of a fish tank significantly more expensive.
4-DISTILLED WATER: Anyone who uses distilled water in their aquarium must remineralize it before putting it in the tank. Distilled water is also unfeasible for large tanks due to the massive supply you'd have to buy.
5-REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER:Reverse Osmosis reverses the process by passing water through a thin membrane that retains particles on one side while allowing clean water to flow through on the other. Reverse osmosis filters are extremely efficient and make excellent aquarium filters, albeit the water may need to be remineralized before being added to the tank. Minerals, chlorine, and some bigger bacteria are all filtered effectively by reverse osmosis.
HOW NETSOL WATER SOLUTION DOES HELP IN PROVIDING GOOD QUALITY WATER IN AQUARIUM?
Water of poor quality is more expensive than most people realize. Because time is so valuable in today's world, no one wants to waste their free time washing the glass and scraping algae.
Purified water makes it easier to care for your aquarium by improving water quality and lowering maintenance. We, at NETSOL WATER SOLUTION, can help you test your home's water and provide filtration solutions, such as our Reverse Osmosis System, to keep your aquarium's water pure and contaminant-free. We can also assist you in softening your home's water for fish that require a low level of hardness. You'll get the highest quality water for your aquarium with a NETSOL reverse osmosis system.