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What is a WaveMaker?
What is a WaveMaker?
WaveMaker is a graphical and open-source application development environment (ADE). It provides rapid application development (RAD) tools, which are used to build Web applications, including Web forums and order entry forms.
What size WaveMaker do I need?
Powerheads/wavemakers for reef tanks should be able to turnover 20 times the tank’s capacity every hour. So a nano wavemaker for a 15-gallon reef tank needs a 300 GPH powerhead to be adequate (20 x 15 = 300).
How much does a wave maker cost?
For nearly $10,000 per year you could acquire a Wavemaker license for ONE app. After some time, Wavemaker now offer unlimited app development for $99 per month.
Where is WaveMaker based?
WaveMaker Inc. is headquartered in Mountain view, California. For enterprises, WaveMaker is a low code platform that accelerates their app development and IT modernization efforts.
Do fish like Wave Makers?
The simple answer is no. A wave maker is not necessary. Having an air pump with an air stone or even a simple sponge filter setup will provide surface agitation for proper oxygen transfer. But adding a wave maker can be very beneficial for certain tank/fish setups.
What is the difference between a powerhead and an wavemaker?
Wavemakers, sometimes called wave pumps or propeller pumps, are used to create “waves” or generate internal flow inside your display aquarium. They will create wide, gentle flow patterns versus the very focused flow of a powerhead.
How do you slow down a wavemaker?
The LEDs at the top of the controller represent the speed of the propellor. You can just press the green SPEED button to slow it own.
Can you put a FlowRider in your backyard?
Yes, backyards! In fact, there are 6 privately owned FlowRider waves (and a FlowBarrel™ Ten Double!)
Can I turn my pool into a wave pool?
If you already have a backyard pool, then great news! It’s actually possible to turn it into a wave pool. Check out various backyard lazy river pool ideas here. You can do this by using a wave pool machine or resorting to other, more inexpensive alternatives to create waves in your pool.
What is the best wavemaker?
EcoTech MP – The Aquarium Wave maker Of Choice For Professional Installers. IceCap Gyre – Best Value in Wavemakers Today! Jebao SOW Series Wave Maker Flow Pump – Value Priced Silent DC Wavemaker. Current USA EFlux Wavemakers – Integrates With Loop LED and Dead Silent!
Who owns Wave Maker?
About. Eric Manlunas is the Founder & Managing Partner of Wavemaker Partners, a multi-faceted cross border venture capital firm he founded in 2003. The firm is dual headquartered in Los Angeles and Singapore and has raised over $700M across multiple funds and vehicles.
What holding company owns wavemaker?
We are a part of GroupM, WPP’s global media investment management company.
How do I circulate my aquarium water?
Power or canister filters alone can circulate tanks up to 50 gal or so; add an air pump & airstones to avoid oxygen shut down in case of filter clogs or power outages. Add an aerating water pump or a water pump/air pump combo to tanks larger than 50 gallons to prevent anaerobic dead spots.
What size wavemaker do I need for a 10 gallon tank?
The general consensus is about 10-20x turnover, sometimes a little more, sometimes a little less, that would depend on number of pumps, stock and location. A 1300gph in a 10g tank equivalents to a 130x turnover rate.. Which is way, way too much. I’d say go with two to three 100-240gph powerheads.
What size wavemaker do I need for a 20 gallon tank?
That means if you have a 20 gallon tank, shoot for a wavemaker that is capable of at least 200 gph, but preferably up to 1,000!
Do wavemakers make oxygen?
Wave makers are basically water surge devices that are used in aquariums to produce waves that are similar to that of seas and oceans. These devices stimulate the water and allow water to be circulated in the aquarium which helps provide oxygen to the fish and invertebrates.
Do cichlids like wavemakers?
The cichlids and Clown Loaches like it when I turn it inwards to the center of the tank,they like swimming against the current. I want another one similar to yours to keep the water moving. So I think you could go with one more.
Do guppies like current?
Guppies do not enjoy swimming in current and fast-moving water. They may try to swim upstream against the current if it’s slow-moving or calm, but they will usually retreat within a few feet of the water’s edge when faced with strong currents.
Where do you put a wave maker in a marine tank?
Ideally you’ll want to mount your wave pumps in the middle to upper portions of your aquarium and not too low where it may blow the substrate around in your tank.
How much flow should a freshwater tank have?
A good rule of thumb is to select a filter with a flow rate at least six times the volume of the tank—so for a 30-gallon tank you want a flow rate of about 200 gph (gallons per hour). Canister Filters: Canister filters also have an integral water pump.