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Algae Mower Vac will be at MACNA in Dallas during 9-28-12 to 9-30-12

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I am an electrical engineer. Fish keeping has been my hobby since I was 4 years old. I owe it to the living or...
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on Tuesday, 25 September 2012 in AM Blog

Alage Mower Vac goes to the Marine Aquarium Conference North America 2012 in Dallas!

This is the 1st public show off of my invention and should be a good one. Through the feedbacks from users after the first 200 sales, I am confident that Algae Mower Vac will become a main stream brand name product for maintaing a healthy and clean tank for everyone.

Where else can you find a convenient and handy tool that can be battery operated and allows hands dry operation for practically all your aquarium cleaning? (Well, if you say that I have over stated that, that is because you still need to clean out the algae from tank walls!)

Here is a list of what an Algae Mower Vac can do for you:

 

General tank cleaning:

1) strongest no-hose, no-water-bucket self filtered auto gravel vacuum

2) For the 1st time, a practical no-hose, no-water-bucket self filtered auto sand bed vacuum tool

3) Remove any debris from the surface of the water or any drifting debris in the water

 

Specialty tank cleaning:

1) Remove and capture all kinds of hair, slime algae on rocks, corals or plants anywhere in the tank right at the spot.

2) Remove sticky detritus anywhere in the tank

3) Remove pest corals like Aiptasia, anemones and soft corols without removing the rocks from the water.

 

With Algae Mower Vac as your ultimate tank cleaning companion, you get these benefits too:

1) Hands dry (above water) operations

2) works for any tank depth from 6" to 36" deep

3) batery or wall adapter operated(included)

4) very simple and speedy cleaning

5) export nutrients to lower tank's bio load

6) No guess work and tank disruption!

7) Avoid using chemicals and unnecssary fish or invertibrates that have negative impacts!

8) Much healthier fish, corals and plants

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I am an electrical engineer. Fish keeping has been my hobby since I was 4 years old. I owe it to the living organisms that I have kept all these years for giving me another dimension of life where I can be totally at peace and escape from the pressure and issues in the real life. I do whatever it takes to provide the cleanest environment for them to thrive.

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