FA18X offers the following:

Compatible to most aquariums.
Quick setup and dismount.
Operates directly with the plastic bag containing the specimens.
Selectable placement of the plastic bag at different heights depending on the water level of the aquarium.
Selectable flow rate for dilution of the content of the plastic bag: 0 to 7 milliliter per second.
Simultaneous equalization of temperature and chemical conditions.
Economical and long lasting.
1. Easy to use with minimal supervision during acclimation. Once the system is set for dripping, it doesn't require further maneuver until 10 or 15 minutes later.
2. FA18X is easy to wash and maintain, with proper care the unit lasts for years.
3. Temperature equalization is guaranteed, since the bag is submerged to the aquarium during acclimation.
4. The FA18X offers in-bag acclimation which eliminates the need to pour the animals to a rigid container, eliminating therefore any unnecessary stress; furthermore, the water inside the bag should always be sufficient to cover the animals in a natural position, hence the system can accommodate all sizes and shapes, as long as the organisms are inside the plastic bag there is no need to worry about too big an animal or too odd a shape.
5. The water inside the bag will stay inside hence there is no risk about contaminating the aquarium with foreign water.
6. The FA18X can also be used as a dosing device where liquid containing various nutrients, minerals, or medicine can be poured into the dripping cup and allowed to slowly drip into the aquarium.
The acclimation system comes with the components shown on the right. The procedures to use the system are: 1) Place the aquarium frame on the edge of an aquarium, 2) open the bag containing the specimen and attach it to the bag holder, the bag holder with the attached bag is hanged to the aquarium frame, and 3) collect some water from the aquarium with the dripping cup, and place the cup at the aquarium frame allowing the water inside the cup to drip into the bag.
Why FA18X is better?
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