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 Lowest  cost  and  easiest  way  to  eliminate  green  hair,  bubble,  turf  and  slime  algae  from  your  aquarium  (hopefully  permanently).
 
 This  new  test  version  of  the  algae  scrubber  is  much  easier  to  build  than  the  waterfall  version  (the  Mega  Powerful  one),  and  is  perfect  for  nano's.  This  new  scrubber  has  never  been  posted  before  May  2012.  It  works  in  both  freshwater  and  saltwater.
 
 If  you  are  like  most  aquatic  hobbyists,  nuisance  algae  is  an  ongoing  problem.  You  try  to  feed  your  livestock,  and  the  next  thing  you  know,  you  get  algae.  You've  already  tried  many  fixes;  some  work  but  are  expensive;  some  kind  of  work  but  you're  not  sure;  and  some  just  don't  work  at  all.  
 
 Think  about  what  is  happening:  Your  aquarium  is  accumulating  nutrients  (nitrate  and  phosphate)  because  of  the  food  you  feed.  Algae  eat  nitrate  and  phosphate  to  grow,  so  the  algae  are  having  a  great  time  growing  in  your  water  because  they  are  eating  all  your  nutrients!  What  to  do?
 
 Well  think  about  this:  In  order  to  grow,  algae  must  be  provided  with  nitrate  and  phosphate.  So  why  can't  you  just  use  the  algae  to  consume  all  the  nitrate  and  phosphate?  The  answer:  You  can!  How?  With  a  simple  device  you  build  called  an  Upflow  Algae  Scrubber.  It's  simple,  cheap,  and  you  can  make  a  small  one  in  just  a  few  minutes  with  parts  you  probably  already  have.  I'll  be  posting  more  complex  versions  later,  but  here  are  some  pics  of  the  most  basic  design  that  you  can  use  for  testing:
 
 (will  be  updated  periodically)
 
 
 
 
 
 An  "algae  scrubber"  is  a  simple  filter  that  actually  grows  algae  in  the  filter,  so  that  the  algae  do  not  grow  in  other  parts  of  your  aquarium.  Simply  put,  the  conditions  for  algae  growth  inside  the  filter  are  better  than  the  conditions  in  the  rest  of  your  aquarium;  thus  the  algae  grow  in  the  filter  instead  of  your  aquarium,  and  then  you  just  remove  the  algae  from  the  filter  and  throw  the  algae  away.  But  in  order  for  the  algae  to  grow  in  the  filter,  the  algae  need  to  consume  nitrate  and  phosphate;  so  guess  where  the  nitrate  and  phosphate  come  from?  Your  water!  
 
 If  you  stop  and  think  about  it,  algae  always  grow  in  certain  spots,  and  not  in  others.  This  is  because  some  of  the  three  growing  conditions  (light,  flow,  nutrients)  are  better  in  some  parts  of  your  water  than  they  are  in  others.  An  "upflow  algae  scrubber"  simply  optimizes  these  conditions,  and  does  so  at  a  place  where  the  algae  can  be  easily  removed  and  thrown  away.  And  once  the  nitrate  and  phosphate  have  been  removed  from  your  water,  all  other  nuisance  algae  such  as  green  hair,  bubble,  turf  and  slime,  will  have  a  hard  time  staying  alive.
 
 So  where  have  these  filters  been  all  this  time,  and  why  haven't  you  heard  of  them  if  they  work  so  well?  Well  the  original  waterfall  version  (the  Mega  Powerful  thread  posted  in  August  2008)  was  hard  to  build,  and  was  not  really  for  sale  anywhere;  so  unless  you  liked  to  build  things  from  scratch,  you  had  no  choice  but  to  buy  some  other  kind  of  filter.  All  the  filter  really  needed  to  do  was  to  create  good  growing  conditions  (light,  flow,  nutrients)  for  the  algae,  by  flowing  the  water  across  a  piece  of  rough  material,  so  that  the  algae  would  grow  on  the  material  instead  of  somewhere  else  in  the  aquarium.  The  waterfall  algae  scrubber  did  grow  lots  of  algae  in  the  filter,  and  it  removed  lots  of  algae  from  aquariums:  Over  1,000  people  built  their  own  waterfall  algae  scrubbers,  and  reported  their  results  on  various  forums  during  a  4  year  period;  almost  all  of  them  wiped  out  their  nuisance  algae  within  8  weeks,  and  many  did  so  in  4  weeks.  And  on  other  forums  that  I  never  posted  on,  an  estimated  10,000  people  built  their  own  waterfall  algae  scrubbers  with  similar  results.
 
 A  little  over  a  year  ago  in  April  2011,  another  idea  came  along:  Instead  of  letting  the  water  flow  down  a  screen  like  a  waterfall,  how  about  you  let  the  water  flow  up  the  screen  using  air  bubbles?  Why?  Because  as  good  as  waterfall  algae  scrubbers  are,  they  still  need  a  place  for  the  water  to  drain  "down"  to.  This  means  that  you  need  to  have  a  sump  below  the  aquarium,  or  you  need  to  have  the  scrubber  up  above  the  aquarium.  This  is  not  easy,  and  is  very  difficult  for  a  nano  aquarium  which  usually  has  no  sump  below  it,  and  no  room  above  it.  Also,  the  waterfall  version  requires  it  to  be  out  of  the  water  (in  the  air),  which  takes  up  extra  space.  The  new  "upflow"  version,  however,  can  be  placed  inside  the  aquarium,  so  that  it  takes  up  no  extra  space  at  all,  and  it  needs  no  external  plumbing  or  water  pumps  at  all.  Only  air  bubbles.
 
 The  Upflow  Algae  Scrubber  (UAS)  provides  the  best  growing  conditions  for  algae  in  your  tank:  Air  bubbles  provide  rapid  turbulent  flow;  Strong  lighting  provides  the  light;  and  the  nutrients  that  are  already  in  your  water  provide  the  nitrate  and  phosphate.  All  that's  needed  is  a  place  for  the  algae  to  attach  to,  and  that  is  provided  by  the  roughed-up  plastic  screen.  Thus  the  algae  start  growing  on  the  screen  because  the  flow  and  lighting  are  stronger  there  than  they  are  in  the  rest  of  your  aquarium;  nitrate  and  phosphate  are  consumed  in  the  process.  This  causes  algae  to  start  disappearing  from  your  aquarium  and  start  re-appearing  on  the  scrubber  screen,  so  that  you  can  throw  the  algae  away  every  week  or  two.
 
 The  most  basic  way  to  set  up  an  Upflow  Algae  Scrubber,  especially  in  small  aquariums,  is  just  to  put  some  air  bubbles  beneath  a  vertical  screen.  If  inside  an  aquarium,  you  just  put  a  light  on  the  outside  of  the  glass,  so  that  it  shines  inside  to  the  screen.  And  if  you  want  better  performance  (which  means  better  filtering),  just  add  a  reflector  to  give  the  screen  some  light  on  both  sides.  The  screen  is  best  made  with  7-mesh  cross  stitch  plastic  canvas  that  you  get  at  sewing  or  craft  stores,  or  online.  Also,  don't  forget  to  rough  up  the  screen  with  a  sharp  object  like  a  hole  saw;  the  screen  should  be  so  rough  that  the  screen  holes  are  almost  filled  in  with  all  the  little  pieces  of  plastic  that  you  roughed  up.
 
 One  thing  to  remember  is  that  an  Upflow  Algae  Scrubber  (or  any  algae  scrubber)  will  not  cause  more  algae  to  grow  in  your  aquarium.  Instead,  the  algae  will  disappear  from  your  aquarium,  and  will  start  to  grow  on  the  scrubber  screen  instead.  You  then  just  remove  the  screen  and  scrape  the  algae  off.  And  here's  a  surprise:  Watch  out  for  your  fish  or  snails  eating  your  filter!  There's  nothing  tastier  than  live  green  algae,  so  your  fish  or  snails  may  keep  your  screen  from  getting  very  thick.  The  simple  solution  is  to  just  put  some  mesh  or  netting  around  it.  
 
 There  are  a  couple  of  requirements  that  have  been  learned  since  August  2008  which  will  get  you  started  quicker.  The  size  of  the  Upflow  Algae  Scrubber  that  is  needed  is  based  on  how  much  you  feed,  and  not  how  much  water  you  have,  because  the  nutrients  that  cause  algae  to  grow  come  from  the  food  you  feed.  The  following  updated  picture  has  size  guidelines:
 
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 And  the  following  updated  picture  has  examples:
 
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 So  build  a  UAS  and  post  your  pictures!
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PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2012 5:25 am Post subject: Re: Lowest cost way to eliminate green hair, bubble & tu Reply with quote

 a  really  good  piece  of  info,  thanks  for  sharing
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 Thanks  for  reading!  Smile
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PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2012 2:24 pm Post subject: Re: Lowest cost way to eliminate green hair, bubble & tu Reply with quote

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PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2012 3:54 pm Post subject: Re: Lowest cost way to eliminate green hair, bubble & tu Reply with quote

 Thanks  for  this  interesting  information  Kaia..  I  will  try  to  build  one.
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 Thanks  for  the  information.
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PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2012 5:50 am Post subject: Re: Lowest cost way to eliminate green hair, bubble & tu Reply with quote

 Don't  forget  to  post  the  pictures!
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PostPosted: Tue May 15, 2012 10:48 pm Post subject: Re: Lowest cost way to eliminate green hair, bubble & tu Reply with quote

 Very  informative.
 
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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2012 12:51 pm Post subject: Re: Lowest cost way to eliminate green hair, bubble & tu Reply with quote

 nice  read
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PostPosted: Wed May 16, 2012 11:56 pm Post subject: Re: Lowest cost way to eliminate green hair, bubble & tu Reply with quote

 Quickly  thought  on  a  hanging  DIY  UAS  in  Acrylic  sheet  for  freshwater  nano  tank  :)
 
 here  is  a  diagram
 
 
 
 
 Its  a  on  the  spot  diagram/design  might  undergo  changes  :D
 
 Now  time  for  your  to  throw  in  your  comments  Wink
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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2012 3:15 pm Post subject: Re: Lowest cost way to eliminate green hair, bubble & tu Reply with quote

 Very  Informative,  thanks  a  lot  Kaia   Cheer  
 
 With  Regards
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PostPosted: Thu May 17, 2012 5:58 pm Post subject: Re: Lowest cost way to eliminate green hair, bubble & tu Reply with quote

 very  informative  and  explained  in  detail
 thanks  kaia
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PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2012 7:12 am Post subject: Re: Lowest cost way to eliminate green hair, bubble & tu Reply with quote

                                                   
alman  wrote  (View  Post):                
Quickly  thought  on  a  hanging  DIY  UAS  in  Acrylic  sheet  for  freshwater  nano  tank  :)
 
 here  is  a  diagram
 
 
 
 
 Its  a  on  the  spot  diagram/design  might  undergo  changes  :D
 
 Now  time  for  your  to  throw  in  your  comments  Wink                

 
 It  is  a  very  good  design  for  a  1-sided.  Smile
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PostPosted: Sat May 19, 2012 3:19 am Post subject: Re: Lowest cost way to eliminate green hair, bubble & tu Reply with quote

 OK  some  growth  pics...
 
 Floyd  R  Turbo  on  the  GIRS  site:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Rkyrickstr  on  the  TF  site:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Ruddybop  on  the  MFK  site:
 
 
 
 
 Fishuntbike  on  the  scrubber  site:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 And  mine...
 
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