I made my own airlift pump powered by a small air stone pump for my aquarium! There’s some good tutorials online on how to make these (sometimes called Jetlift pumps).
I scaled mine down because my aquarium isn’t that big, it’s basically a piece of PVC pipe with a bend in it and a spout cut at one end. You drill some small holes around the circumference of the pipe near the bottom and make a chamber around the outside with a slightly bigger pipe, into which you drill a hole for the airline to go into.
This means you get a ring of bubbles inside the pipe which rise, bringing water up with it. It also means it’s shrimp safe if they get into the pump chamber and acts as a shrimp flume ride rather than a blender.
Aleksandra Boiko | Александра Бойко by Olga Via Flickr: Aleksandra and Ivan Boiko, a married couple, served together as tank commander and driver, respectively.
She commanded a crew on an IS-2 and had 5 confirmed enemy tanks/SPGs destroyed.
The boiko’s tank unit receives new js-122 (joseph stalin 122) heavy tanks, 1942, tank commander, junior lieutenant alexandra boiko and her husband, driver/mechanic ivan boiko.
A longitudinal section of the self-propelled ZIK-10. It clearly shows the advantages of the system in-11
From the point of the volume of the fighting compartment to the car there are a lot of questions. As you can see, on the right side of the gun almost no space
A cross-sectional view
System At-11 converted for installation in
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So I’m getting a corn snake soon and I’ve done weeks of research but the one thing I can’t grasp is the heating. Do I need both a UTH and a Heat Lamp or just one. I’ve heard so many different answers. Also what the recommended temps for the cool and warm side, and any suggestions for heaters.