The use of an Aquarium or even Pond Sponge Filter is a proven and yet economical way to maintain effective aerobic biological filtration.

A Sponge Filter IS PROVEN useful for these applications:
*Main Filter, *Secondary Filter, *Pre-filter, *Sump or Central Filter System in Fresh or Marine Aquariums (the Hydro Pond Sponge works great for this), *Hospital Filter, *Bowl or Small Tank Filter.
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"Sponge Filtration; How Sponge Filters work in Aquariums and Ponds"

This article is a MUST read as these filters Surpass most other filters in aerobic Bio Filtration; HydroPond & HydroSponge #5 PRO Sponge Filters even surpass many over hyped Canister Filters (only Fluidized Bed Filters out perform Sponge Filters for aerobic bio filtration)!
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Sponge Filter; Bowl or Small Aquarium Filters

 

This is a very simple idea where by one uses a Hydro Sponge #2, then one would cut this filter's sponge in half, then remove the male strainer, then finally replace the sponge with this new "1/2" sponge "Mini Hydro Sponge Filter" well suited for a small aquarium (under 2 gallons) or a bowl.

The result of this VERY simple DIY Mini filter is an extra sponge for a future change, but just as importantly and unlike other DIY sponge filter ideas circulating here on the internet is you also still have a Quality, Patented Hydro Sponge Filter with higher bio filtration capacity per square inch (or square centimeter) and a sponge (plus spare) that does not degrade quickly.

It is also noteworthy that this Mini Aquarium or Bowl Sponge Filter is vastly superior to one of those small round under gravel filters many will use in a bowl for these reasons (especially for Betta Bowls/Containers since food often falls to the bottom where the Betta will rarely go):

*More easily rinsed (de-chlorinated tap or bowl/aquarium water should be used for rinsing, not tap water)
*Higher Bio Capacity (more space for aerobic nitrifying bacteria)
*Better oxygenation of this bio bacteria
*Much less decomposition in the substrate or bowl bottom that can result in Aeromonas bacterial outbreaks or Saprolegnia (fungus) outbreaks.

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