Suggestion for wave maker

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    Hi all

    I have recently upgraded to an 100liter tank.
    I am running a normal internal filter. Good flow, but I am scared of dead spots on the other side of the tank.

    My setup is more of an low tech. I am liquid dosing CO2. I have slow growing plants like anubias, bolbitis and java ferns.

    I don’t want to set the filter to full blast, don’t want tank to be a washing machine.

    So the idea is to keep filter setting on soft/medium flow and have and wave maker on the opposite side of the tank - running for some water movement. - nothing too strong.

    Where will i be able to get a good wave maker for my size tank? Tried looking online, but not a big variety out there.

    I am in CPT.

    Thank you




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    A small internal filter could work, wavemakers are pretty crazy usually. RBM aquatics near Tygervalley may have smaller ones
     
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    Thank you, my work is close by there. Will go and look.


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