If you have a fish tank that is around 55 to 75 gallons in size, I would strongly suggest you get your fish a power head. I am a fan of a power head or wave maker. You can either get a mild wave maker for your coral, or a powerful power head to provide the strong wave to your fish.
Hygger submersible power head
Isn’t it nice to have a hygger strong power head to make the fish believe, that they still live happily in a real river or a real sea? They will get enough exercise in the current and look fit. The hygger powerhead is also going to get rid of the dead spots in the water, and when it agitates the water’s surface it will also oxygenate the water.
Hygger 360 Degree Rotatable power head can cycle 2000 GPH, but only need 16w’s energy.
Now I am going to introduce to you my favorite aquarium light! First of all, this light is laser-thin. It is super easy to use. You could set the local time and let it run its automatic 24-hour cycle of dawn, noon, and moon, and can also decide via the DIY mode, how long the light is going to be on. Further, you could choose between 6 hours, 10 hours, and 12 hours, and change between 5 different intensities and different light colors.
Hygger 978 LED Fish Tank Light features super-bright 6500K white LEDs paired with full-spectrum RGB LEDs to emit bright light to bring out the colors of your fish and plant. Ideal for use in fish-only tanks and planted tanks.
Looking for a heater that could be used in a 55-75 gallon fish tank?
This Hygger fast-heating heater has a digital control, which with easy readout and is very accurate to 0.1 degree. Hygger’s fast-heating heater is a smart heater for several reasons. As it starts to approach its targeted temperature within minutes of starting temp; it slows down within the last 2 degrees, so it’s accurate not to overheat the water for a close-to-perfect reading.
I love how the heater shows me when it is heating or when it’s idle. More often than not, people tend to forget to turn off the heater; or the water evaporates faster than they thought, then the heater is going to be exposed to the air. Once the heater is out of water, it will automatically turn itself off; when it is submerged, it will be working normally again. If it is over 93.5°F, it will indicate false code EE; when it is over 97°the heater will stop heating until it falls back into 93°. Fluctuation in Temps was stressing your fish out.
Hygger fast-heating heater has much better control over consistent water temps, it is designed to the point your fish will be healthier and your electric bill will be less! The low water error function is a very nice feature. It can outlive the other heaters that you have used in the past.
Either way, it’s a good-quality heater, and I’m sure you are going to be happy with this light.