i have a close loop with a mag24 and SCWD. what i have noticed eversince running my closed loops are the air bubbles. is this normal or do i have to do something about this?
ive read in several articles that they have gotten rid of microbubbles but nothing really specific. also ive read that micro bubbles can cause something to the fish cornea:
Originally Posted by steve-s
Two problems could arise from the continuous use of airstones. The first and most common is excessive salt creap. As the bubbles burst, the throw SW
into the air which when dries cases salt to cake on anything it touch's. It can make a real mess. The second and not as common is gas bubble disease. This will usually occur with continued microbubbles enter the water column where fish are kept. Small gas bubbles will accumulate just behind the fishs' cornea. It will appear similar to popeye but not as unsightly.
which i have noticed before with my fish.