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iQuatics T5 Lamp Leads

Are you looking for replacement T5 lamp leads for your controller or for your DIY lighting project ? The new iQuatics T5 lamp leads are IP67 rated and comply fully with the European Aquarium Safety Lighting Standard.

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Aquarium Lighting, News

iQuatics’ Light Hanging Kit…Simplifying Lighting for Aquariums

iQuatics’ Light Hanging Kit…Simplifying Lighting for Aquariums We have pioneered yet another new and ground breaking product. This time it’s the re-thinking of suspension lighting for aquariums of all sizes. iQuatics’ Light Hanging Kit is set to revolutionise the way people deal with suspended lighting at home making it far easier for the average hobbyist to…

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Q&A's

6 Tube T5 Combinations

The combinations we are suggesting below are a guideline only. Every fish keeper has different opinions on the colours that they prefer. The most popular combinations that we find are used in the aquarium hobby are marked with a *. Colours can vary slightly depending on the position of the tubes. You can position the…

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Q&A's

Why a Frag Tray?

Here at iQuatics we are always on the lookout for ways to make readily available products more functional, when one of our managers were looking for a frag tray (not a frag rack!) to grow out a few frags he has on small pieces of live rock, to our surprise there wasn’t anything on the…

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Product Instructions

iQuatics AquaLumi Series 2 Instructional Video

Series 2 instructional video

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News

New iQuatics Expansion Partnership with Asia

iQuatics Ltd are pleased to announce the appointment of iBex Ltd. of Hong Kong as their official distributor of the full iQuatics range in Asia.

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Product Instructions

AquaLumi Series 2 Dimensions and Sizes

Aqualumi Series 2 Dimensions and Sizes

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Aquarium Lighting

What can affect the quality of your lighting ?

We are all aware that the spectrum of a light source, be it halide or T5 will shift over time; this is why it is recommended to change your T5 tubes and halide bulbs every 6-9 months.  However it is not only time and spectrum that can affect the quality of your lighting there are…

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iQuatics against shark fining !

One of the iQuatics directors is on honeymoon in Hon-Kong at the moment and has just sent us this picture of shark fin being offered for sale. Here at iQuatics we feel very strongly about this cruel and barbaric trade and feel the sooner it is banned the better ! Join the iQuatics fight against…

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Product Instructions

iQuatics High Output T5 Electronic Ballast Instructions

iQuatics Ballast Replacement Instructions

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Q&A's

Why do nuisance algae tend to be more prominent during the Spring and Autumn?

Reasons are poorly understood. It may be connected to the change in quality of daylight. You have just read another great aquarium blog post by iQuatics. If you would like us to blog about a specific subject or have your own aquarium blog content you would like published on our website, get in touch. Together…

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Product Instructions

Setting up your iQuatics T5/T8 reflector.

Setting up your iQuatics T5/T8 reflector

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News

iQuatics Revolutionise Reflection

After listening to what the consumer requires, we went back to the drawing board to design a reflector that tries to outshine every other reflector on the market. The new iQuatics reflectors are made from durable, rust resistant aluminium and encompass the latest non-metallic reflective technology, made possible through the application of nanotechnology.

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Aquarium Lighting

The Importance Of Aquarium Lighting

Aquarium Lamp Types Explained Incandescent Aquarium Lighting These are the same bulbs you use in your home. There are some incandescent bulbs used in inexpensive aquarium lighting fixtures for small freshwater aquariums. Incandescent bulbs use a tungsten filament which glows hot as voltage passes through it. Incandescent bulbs produce a lot of heat per watt…

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