Ohf overflow

Need advice from all shifu here。 I just fixed my ohf but it keep overflow。 The outlet I put a piece of wool to reduce the outflow。 How can I reduce the inflow?
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If I understand yr issue correctly, u mean water overflow from the base tray?
I would add more levels of boxes, or u can change yr pump to a less powerful pump。
>Originally Posted by banbanzz Need advice from all shifu here。 I just fixed my ohf but it keep overflow。 The outlet I put a piece of wool to reduce the outflow。 How can I reduce the inflow? Definitely agree with bro Ron。 Another way is to cut one more outlet on the base tray for extra outflow so base tray wont flood。 Disadvantage of this way is that it makes your base tray weaker if there is no support at the middle of the base tray。
Dont understand why you put a piece of wool to reduce the outflow。 To reduce the noise?? If yes, you may use L-shaped joint to channel the flow so that water wont flow straight from the tray to the tank which causes splashing and increase noises。 Hope it helps。
>Originally Posted by Bruce Another way is to cut one more outlet on the base tray for extra outflow so base tray wont flood。 Disadvantage of this way is that it makes your base tray weaker if there is no support at the middle of the base tray。 Like this idea
Can buy aluminium hollow section to support base tray。Make long enuff to rest on tank side walls, instead of bracings。
>Bro could you post a picture?
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Thanks guys for your advice。 Mine is just a simple ohf,fish tank pictures not those kind of stackable one。 Inside the ohf, I only put 3 pcs of wool and some biohomme plus at the btm。
I put the wool at the outlet coz I scare too strong for my fishes as you can see my tank only 2ft and height only 25cm, not very high。。。
Im thinking how can I reduce the power of the pump so that it wont overflow, I didnt except the pump to be so strong at the first place。 As my bioload quite high, so add an ohf with canister filter。
Thank you。
>Bro I suggest you change to those stackable ohf, so you can put in more media。 The higher you stack you can also reduce the power of your overpowered pump。 Able to put more media which also cope with high bio load。 PB eat a lot and poos a lot。
>Originally Posted by Bettafever Bro I suggest you change to those stackable ohf, so you can put in more media。 The higher you stack you can also reduce the power of your overpowered pump。 Able to put more media which also cope with high bio load。 PB eat a lot and poos a lot。 Im putting my tank on a rack so cant do those stackable type。 Anyway I dun think my tank can take too heavy on top。
The PB i give away le。。。 So only left tigers and Senegal。
>Originally Posted by banbanzz Im putting my tank on a rack so cant do those stackable type。 Anyway I dun think my tank can take too heavy on top。
The PB i give away le。。。 So only left tigers and Senegal。 Originally Posted by banbanzz Im putting my tank on a rack so cant do those stackable type。 Anyway I dun think my tank can take too heavy on top。
The PB i give away le。。。 So only left tigers and Senegal。 Oic its place on a rack which limits yr height on top of yr tank and yet no place for sump below。 Then I guess yr water change regime must be more frequent already cos the little media you have in yr ohf is equivalent to no effect。
>Originally Posted by Bettafever Oic its place on a rack which limits yr height on top of yr tank and yet no place for sump below。 Then I guess yr water change regime must be more frequent already cos the little media you have in yr ohf is equivalent to no effect。 I still gt an eheim Ecco pro 300 working with the ohf。。
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