In the filter tank is a self-made heat exchanger, which from the hot water circuit of the central heating by means of a controlled by the thermostat pump (9 watts) is fed. The central heating has a solar system, which is used for space heating.
The thermostat is located under the basin and the associated sensor of course in the main pool.
In filter basins there is a pond pump "EcoMax pump DM-5000" 40W consumption.
This pump is thus the main consumers in the entire system is. Of course, one could here can still save, but then it would not have been possible to integrate the filter tank in the boiler room.
Pseudotrohpeus Esterea blue / red
Labidochromis spec. Hongi
A total of 33 fish
WW approximately every 2 weeks 1/3 to 1/2 fed via shower thermostat and downstream water clock
Flake food, Spirulina flakes, frozen food krill, frozen food brine shrimp, cucumber and zucchini
The rear panel consists of a two-tone coated Aluverbundplatte.
Calculated cost of electricity:
24h x 40w aquarium pump = 0.960 KW / h
24h x 2W thermostat = 0.048 KW / h
12h x 20W light = 0.240 KW / h
1h x 9W Heat Pump = 0.009 KW / h
1,257 KW / h per day
If an assumed electricity price of 0.03 € / KWh which gives € 0.3771 per day or € 11.31 per month.
The resulting effluent of the aquarium can be conducted either in drains or for further use in the water butt in the garden.
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