This Fish Tank Heater is fully submersible in water horizontally. With 2 suction cups, it can be easily mounted on tank. Place it near a strong water flow so that the whole aquarium would be at the same temperature. It comes with a separate controller where you can easily adjust temperature from low to high without taking out the heater from the aquarium or fish tank.
Shatterproof & Anti-corrosion
Our Titanium Heater is completely shatterproof as there is no glass in the construction. It’s made from heavy duty and durable Titanium. As it has a great feature of being anti-corrosion, it is perfect for freshwater and saltwater aquariums, and reef tanks.
With a built-in external electronic thermostat, it has a dual LCD display that clearly shows the temperature setting in either Celsius or Fahrenheit. “Up” is aquarium temperature and “Down” is set temperature. Heater will stop heating when temperature rises exactly to your desired temp. Heating temperature ranges from 32°F to 104°F. Control accuracy is +/- 0.5° C.
Automatic shut-off system
Temperature can be controlled and set to your desired degree. It automatically sets off when it reached the designated temperature of your settings.
Directions for Use
1. Always keep heater rod and probe fully submersible.
2. Before taking out the heater, please disconnect power and wait for 30 minutes to cool it down.
How to Set Temperature?
1. Place both heater rod and probe inside the aquarium and keep both fully submerged.
2. Plug it in and you can see the red light indicator on and LED digital number displaying current water temperature.
3. Press “Set” button to set your desired temperature which will blinks 3 seconds. Then it will return to show the current water temperature.
4. The heater begins to heat.
1. This heater is not suitable for use in acrylic tank.
2. This heater is not suitable for use in turtle tank as no guard.
3. Do not bury it under gravel as gravel does not conduct heat.
4. Do not use heater rod alone! To avoid overheating, it must be working with thermostat and temperature detector. Keep heater and thermal detector submerged.
5. For security reasons, it is not suggested to use this temperature controller for other brand heater.
How to Choose Right Size Heater?
The rule of thumb is 2.5 and 5 watts per gallon of water volume. This can obviously vary depending on how cold the room is that your aquarium is in, and how large the tank is.