Ziss Bubble Bio Filter VS QANVEE LH-600 Filter Comparison

edited June 19 in Advice Tutorials

Comparison of Ziss Bubble Bio Filter VS QANVEE LH-600 Filter:

Both Ziss Bubble Bio filter & QANVEE LH-600 are fluidized moving bed filters. They are very efficient in cleaning water & they have a self cleaning feature that cleans the bio media on its own & there is no need to replace media.


Ziss Bubble Bio Moving Bed Filter:

Ziss Bubble Bio filter is the world’s first fluidized moving bed filter that uses an air pump for operation, & it can be installed inside the fish tank. It is simple to take out the sponge from the filter & the media begins moving from the first day. When you connect it to an air pump, the media inside the filter constantly rub against itself which keeps it clean & lets the most efficient bacteria grow on it. Oxygen is supplied through an air stone, & then it is mixed up with most efficient bacteria which makes these filters wipe out an abundance of toxic chemicals as compared to other filters.

 

Key Features of Ziss Bubble Bio Filter:

  • First fluidized moving bed media filter
  • Amazing biofiltration
  • Self-cleaning filtration media will offer durable filtration
  • Trap fish waste & other debris using a sponge
  • Equipped with the world's smallest moving media.

 

Unboxing of Ziss Bubble Bio Filter:

Inside the box you will find:

  • Filter
  • Air tube
  • Air valve
  • 4 Suction Cups
  • Ziss Media
  • Air Diffuser
  • Sponge

 

Ziss Bubble Bio Filter Specifications:

  • Size of Ziss Filter: 9.8 in X 2.95 in
  • Containing Ziss Media: 300ml

 

QANVEE LH-600 Filter:

It is very pleasant to see the filter media moving around & rubbing against each other which self-cleans the media & allows the most efficient bacteria to grow on the filter media. QANVEE LH-600 is very efficient in cleaning a heavily stocked aquarium.

 

Key Features of QANVEE LH-600 Filter:

  • Self-cleaning media will constantly move around & rub against each other which allows the most efficient bacteria to endure.
  • Just connect it to an air pump & aerate the water using an air stone. Lots of oxygen together with good bacteria will wipe out the abundance of toxic chemicals released from fish waste.
  • It is simple to take out the filter sponge.
  • QANVEE LH-600 is equipped with K1 media.
  • No need to replace or clean the media due to its self-cleaning feature.

 

Unboxing QANVEE LH-600 Filter:

Inside the box you will find:

  • Filter
  • K1 media (1/2 bottle)
  • Air stone equipped
  • 2 sponges (One as a replacement)
  • 4 suction cups

 

QANVEE LH-600 Filter Specifications:

  • Size of QANVEE LH-600 Filter: 8.8 in X 3 in
  • Containing K1 Media: ½ Bottle

 

Comparison of Ziss Bubble Bio Filter VS QANVEE LH-600 Filter:

We have compared Ziss Bubble Bio filter VS QANVEE LH-600 filter in terms of cost, suction cups test, physical filter media, & bio media.


Ziss Bubble Bio Filter VS QANVEE LH-600 Filter
Comparison: Ziss Bubble Bio Filter VS QANVEE LH-600 Filter


Comparison of Cost:

QANVEE LH-600 Cost: $17.60
Ziss Bubble Bio Filter Cost: $27.99

 

Comparison of Suction Cups:

Ziss bubble bio filter suction cups will strongly stick the filter to aquarium glass than QANVEE LH-600. Suction cups of Ziss filter will last longer as compared to QANVEE LH-600 filter.

 

Comparison of Physical Filter Media:

QANVEE LH-600 sponge has about an inch thickness.

Ziss filter sponge has about an inch & a half thickness.

QANVEE LH-600 has a fine sponge which cleans water efficiently but it is prone to clogging.

Ziss filter sponge is coarser that will not clog quickly as compared to sponge of QANVEE LH-600.

 

Comparison of Bio Media:

Both Ziss bubble bio filter & QANVEE LH-600 contain enough media.

Ziss Bubble Bio Filter contains 300 ml of bio media which is equal to 0.4 bottle. (1 bottle = 750 ml)

QANVEE LH-600 contains ½ bottle of bio media which is equal to 375 ml.

QANVEE LH-600 contains more media than Ziss bubble bio filter.


Comparison of Appearance:

QANVEE LH-600 has a transparent body & it is very pleasant to watch the media moving around & rubbing against each other. You can't clearly see the media inside a Ziss Bubble Bio filter. Fluidized moving bed filters seem wonderful & I think that they should be transparent.

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