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Old 02-04-2010, 11:45:27 PM
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Hi Guy's Quistion on Electrolysis have been it for 2 years but not in the winter. Has any one figerout how to. To keep it from frezzing. I have a 250 gallon tank it would be very to use it year round

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Maybe get an aquarium heater???
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How about a cow tank heater,I don't think a aquarium heater would be enough.Or a couple of them magnetic engine heaters??
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For something that large you would be better off looking into a stock heater for that large of a tank. Tractor supply should have an assortment of them.

But maybe one of the guys that are using them to water thier stock can add some fine points.
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