We have an aquarium with a bunch of fish. In truth, my only involvement with our fish is when I have to clean the aquarium or when I need to buy aquarium supplies. Other than that, I don’t really pay much attention to the fish. Though, listening to the bubbles late at night while I’m working is somewhat peaceful and nice. Anyway.
So, in a recent visit to the pet store to buy a new aquarium filter, I stumbled upon this nice description of aquarium filters by type – and, low and behold, it forms a nice Pareto Chart:
The aquarium filter sign says:
The most powerful the [aquarium] filter, the cleaner the water and less maintenance required. Replace filter cartridges every month.
The best part of the sign is that it shows the filter type that is most appropriate for the number of gallons in your aquariums. For example, if your aquarium is up to 10 gallons, then an internal filter is most appropriate; if your aquarium has up to 75 gallons of water, then a power filter is best; if your aquarium has over 75 gallons of water, then a canister aquarium filter is your best choice.
Okay, this is way more information than I needed, but I found it helpful.
In sum, the aquarium filter sign shows the information in an easy to read way and, for someone with almost no knowledge of aquariums or filters, I found this sign to be helpful.
Plus, the sign shows a nice looking Pareto Chart of aquarium filters.
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