At the AquariumSuperstore, we have one of the UK's largest selections of aquarium heaters, chillers, heating cables, pond heaters and cooling fans. This includes products from Aqua Medic, AquariumSystems, D-D, Eheim, Fluval, Hydor, Juwel, Teco and TMC.
Use the attributes on the left of this page to quickly identify the temperature control product that is suitable, filtering products by product range, temperature type (e.g. heater, chiller, cooling fan or heating cable), price, size (in Watts) or manufacturer.
You may find our blog article 'Heating Your Aquarium' useful background reading to help you with your selection.
Should you need any advice, please feel free to contact us, we would be happy to help you with your selection.
Aquael Pond Heaters
The Aquael Pond Heater floats at the surface of your pond and keeps an area of your pond warm for your fish. This also allows harmful gases to.... Aquael Pond Heaters
Aqua Medic Titanium
Titanium Heaters are the safe alternative to glass heaters in both fresh and salt water aquaria. The unbreakable titanium housing is sea... Aqua Medic Titanium
Aqua Medic Titan
At the AquariumSupestore we stock a huge range of Aqua Medic products suitable for both tropical and marine fish - which includes Aqua Medic Titan... Aqua Medic Titan
Aqua Medic Breeze
Aqua Medic Arctic Breeze fans are a cost effective and energy efficient method to cool your aquarium. On the larger three models, the... Aqua Medic Breeze
Azoo Cooling Fans
Azoo Cooling fans offer a cost effective alternative to an aquarium chiller, helping to reduce the temperature of your aquarium. Cooling... Azoo Cooling Fans
D-D Aquarium Chillers
D-D have been looking at refrigerant coolers for a number of years and with the new range we now offer the very latest generation models giving... D-D Chillers
Deltec evaporative Eco-Coolers are an economical, flexible and quiet way to keep your aquarium cool through the summer and.... Deltec EcoCoolers
Eheim Jager heaters are available in sizes from 25w to 300w, as such there are models suitable for most standard fish tanks... Eheim Jager Heaters
Fluval E Series
The Fluval E-Series heater is available in four sizes, from 50w to 300w. We also have available within this section the Fluval Edge heater... Fluval E-Series
The ELITE Submersible Aquarium Heater offers accurate and reliable aquarium temperature. The Easy-Set Temperature Dial provides... Elite Heaters
The Hydor ETH inline heater is a truely unique product. Rather than being situationed within the aquarium like other traditional... Hydor ETH
The Hydor THEO is a traditional submersible aquarium heater that is placed within the fish tank. This heater is suitable to create... Hydor THEO
JBL Pro Temp Basis
Heating Cables are used when creating a heavilly planted freshwater tropical aquarium. They're hidden within the aquarium... JBL Pro Temp Basis
Juwel Aquarium heaters are of traditional glass construction, with a metal heating element that is thermostatically controlled. This.... Juwel Heaters
Red Sea Max
Red Sea Max aquariums are extremely popular with marine fishkeepers, as they're a complete aquarium system with integrated... Red Sea Max
Reef One Heaters
Reef One manufacturer a number of heaters suitable for the popular BiOrb and BiUbe fishtanks. These heaters are also suitable for the... Reef One Heaters
Rena Smart Heaters
Rena Smart Heaters are available in four sizes and are suitable for aquarium up to 200lts. An Electronic sensor accuratley monitors the... Rena Smart
Teco manufacturer a range of unique refrigerated aquarium chillers. Not only do the cool your aquarium, two additional units can be installed... Teco SeaChill
TMC's V2 Therm Digital Heater range is available from 50w to 300w. Each heater incorporates an advanced digital micro-processing
... V2Therm Heaters
TUNZE® Aquawind is an especially low-noise aquarium ventilator provided with a 5 V low-voltage power supply unit. Moreover... Tunze Aquawind
Visitherm heaters, manufactured by AquariumSystems, are one of the most popular ranges of aquarium heaters available... VisiTherm Heaters
Heating and Cooling your Aquarium:
Tropical Freshwater and Marine fish require a stable temperature throughout the year to prosper. As such, a reliable heater with integrated thermostat is essential. In today's modern centrally heated homes, a good guide for heater size is to match the volume of water in litres to an equivalent heater in watts. For example, if your aquarium is 25lts, a 25w heater would be suitable, for an aquarium of 300lts, use a 300w heater.
A common approach is to use two aquarium heaters rather than one, to provide added protection should one of the heaters fail. Should you wish to take this approach, use two smaller watt heaters.
AquariumSuperstore Tip: Ensure the heater that you use is not too high a wattage for the size of your aquarium. If you place a 100w heater within a tank of 50lts, you will find that the aquarium overheats which will endanger your livestock.
When keeping Invertebrates and Corals, it is essential that the aquarium does not over heat as this will inevitably lead to livestock losses. This can be particularly difficult to achieve when invertebrate aquariums require strong water currents and powerful lighting. The only reliable method to achieve stable water temperatures in such circumstances is to use an aquarium chiller. Cooling fans provide a very cost effective method of reducing water temperatures, however they significantly increase evaporation which will impact upon your other water parameters, and they are not thermostatically controlled. Whilst aquarium chillers are expensive, they provide a reliable solution to over heating and reduce the likelihood of loss of livestock.