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The Fluval U2 Underwater Filter is the best internal aquarium filter for most aquarium owners, with an adjustable water flow, high build quality, and quiet operation. While slightly less powerful, we also like the Penn-Plax Cascade Internal 400, which has useful features like a spray bar option.

Even with a new filter, aquariums still need regular maintenance, such as rinsing your filter media with waste tank water to preserve your aquarium's internal ecosystem, including the beneficial bacteria contributing to the nitrogen cycle. But the right filter can help establish a baseline for your tank's living inhabitants, maintaining clear water and enhancing aeration.

We tested the most popular internal aquarium filters, which mount on the inside of your tank, unlike external filters. The right aquarium filter will depend on your individual set-up—for example, the most powerful filter may not be appropriate for a small betta tank—so we looked for filters with the best combination of build-quality, features, and quiet operation.

Our tester tried multiple filters over four weeks, mounting each on the inside of a large aquarium tank and evaluating for ease of setup, noisiness, durability, and how easy they were to clean.

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Here are our picks for the best internal aquarium filters, based on our intensive testing.

Our Top Picks

Best Overall

Fluval U2 Underwater Filter


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What We Like

  • Best quality sponge

  • Adjustable flow

  • Easy to unmount and clean

What We Don't Like

  • Tricky setup

  • Most expensive

Fluval is a quality brand for many aquarium filters. This underwater model is slightly tricky to align the aerator function optimally, but its adjustable flow and quality sponges made up for the finicky setup, which only took us around five minutes.

The Fluval U2 allows for a variety of setup options, making it ideal for a broad spectrum of tank configurations. The adjustable water flow is a particularly useful feature, allowing you to pick whether the filter sprays out its cleaned water from the top, bottom, or across a tall spray bar, minimizing the water pressure output—a perfect pairing for planted tanks. You can even mount the Fluval U2 horizontally, though this option is only really useful for very shallow tanks.

While the Fluval U2 Underwater Filter wasn't the quietest filter we tested, it was close. Plus, with its built-in aeration contributing to your tank's oxygenation it's possible to supplement with a quieter, less obtrusive bubbler.

It was also one of the easiest to clean, making maintenance a cinch. All it takes is tilting the filter forward in order to remove the U2 from its bracket. Then you simply lift the lid for instant access to the easily swappable filter media.The U2's build quality was also high, with our tester giving it the highest possible rating for durability.

Cleaning the sponge and adjusting the flow is easy, with clear instructions provided by the manufacturer. In our four-week testing window, the only issue encountered was needing to adjust the suction cups. But once fixed, there were no further issues. This was the most expensive model we tested, but our testing confirmed its value.

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Best Overall Runner-Up

Penn-Plax Cascade Internal 400


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What We Like

  • Easy to install

  • Adaptor for spray bar and aerator

  • Easy to remove carbon

What We Don't Like

  • Strict water level requirement

  • No bottom stabilizer

The Penn-Plax Cascade Internal filter was a very close runner-up. The filter was very easy to set up and had the added bonus of an option for aeration and a spray bar. The aeration hookup allows you to oxygenate the outgoing flow of water from the aquarium, while the spray bar spreads filtered water over the surface like a fountain.

The Cascade's provided filter media was slightly lower quality than our top pick but had an optional carbon canister that could be added or removed easily. The flow adjustment on the top of the filter was a little fidgety, but overall, this is a good quality filter and worth the investment.

The biggest issue with this filter was the size. The Penn-Plax Cascade is available in models suitable for 10-, 20-, and 50-gallon tanks, though we found the mid-range model a little underpowered. Finding a permanent attachment seal also proved tricky, especially without anything stabilizing the filter from the bottom.

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Best for Large Tanks

JackSuper Ultra Quiet Fish Tank 4-in-1 Internal Aquarium Filter


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What We Like

  • Highest outflow

  • Adaptor for aeration and wave

What We Don't Like

  • No instructions for cleaning

  • Adaptor did not stay attached

  • Loudest

The Ultra Quiet Fish Tank 4-in-1 Internal Aquarium Filter packs a punch. It has multiple chambers and the highest flow of the filters we tested, making it ideal for large tanks or messy goldfish tanks. The JackSuper filter comes in four sizes, accommodating tanks up to 500 gallons. It also came with a wave cycle pump, which we found to be more of a curiosity than a useful function, though anyone looking for a filter for an outdoor pond might find waves useful.

The high-flow, almost jet-like output from this filter makes it an inappropriate pick for tanks with smaller fish or species that commonly have swim impairments, such as bettas. Look for a lower flow model instead. Also, while it may be quiet relative to its high-flow output, the JackSuper Ultra Quiet 4-in-1 was the loudest filter we tested.

Installing the JackSuper 4-in-1 was easy, and, unlike other filters we tested, it never budged once in position. The only issue we encountered came from its optional outflow attachments, which can be swapped depending on whether you want additional aeration or to generate waves on the water's surface. But unfortunately, the high flow kept pushing out the different nozzles. While this won't affect the overall functioning of the filter, it was a nuisance. Once you figure out which nozzle works best for your setup, it might help to glue it in place.

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Best for Betta Tanks

Tetra Whisper Internal Power Filter


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What We Like

  • Quietest filter tested

  • Gentle outflow

What We Don't Like

  • Hangs below water line—cannot fill tank entirely

  • No flow adjustment

The Tetra Whisper Internal Filter makes some compromises, but its particular weaknesses also make it a solid pick for bettas and other small tank (less than 4 gallons), low stock aquarium situations.

The worst part of the Tetra Whisper is its filter media, which replaces the dense sponge found in most other filters tested with mesh pads sprinkled with carbon. Whereas sponge filters can last a few years between changes, the Tetra Whisper's filter medium seemed far less durable. Our best recommendation is to replace them with a sponge filter cut to the correct size.

True to its name, the Tetra Whisper was the quietest model we tested since water burbles out of the top instead of spraying through a nozzle. While this makes for a pleasant, babbling brook quality, it also means the Tetra Whisper needs to be placed fairly precisely relative to the water level (it can also be configured to sit on the bottom of a tank). It won't work right if your aquarium is filled to the brim. This finicky positioning combined with poor installation instructions made the Tetra Whisper particularly aggravating to set up.

However, its quiet operation and low flow make this a non-aggressive filter suitable for bettas, small fish, and minimal aquarium setups. People with large fish species, high population tanks, or have animals that create lots of waste, like turtles, should look elsewhere.

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Final Verdict

Overall, the Fluval U2 Series Underwater Filter is an investment, but it's well worth it. This quality filter is well adapted to many different tank setups and will likely last the lifetime of your fish. Be sure to keep an eye on the water line and filter setting if you wish to use it with the aeration attachment, but this is not necessary for most smaller setups. We know it says to replace the filter media sponge every month, but a rinse in waste tank water should keep it in good operating order for longer, even after a water change.

For large tanks or goldfish tanks, we highly recommend the Ultra Quiet 4-in-1 Internal Aquarium Filter. Although "ultra quiet" proved inaccurate, this filter was the highest performer in flow and overall filtration capacity. This is the ideal underwater filter for messy goldfish. You can even set up the wave outflow to give them a little extra exercise.

How We Rated

4.7 to 5 stars:These are the best internal aquarium filters we tested, which we can recommend without reservation.

4.3 to 4.6 stars:We strongly recommend these filters, but they may lack in one or more qualities belonging to our top picks, such as a slightly less durable build quality or fewer features.

3.8 to 4.2 stars:While we still recommend these filters, pay close attention to the caveats, as they may be most appropriate for very specific configurations, or have a substantial flaw.

3.5 to 3.7 stars:These filters provide average performance and shouldn't be preferred over other picks, even if they make work as a temporary solution.

3.4 and below:We don't recommend filters with scores below 3.5, as they either provide inadequate performance or have flaws so substantial that the product becomes nearly unusable.


  • Are internal aquarium filters better than external filters?

    Internal aquarium filters are not better or worse than external filters when looking at your overall tank health. The major issue with internal vs. external is you will get wetter when you do maintenance on your internal filters. As long as you properly maintain your filter, it does not matter whether it is internal or external—it is only a matter of preference.

  • Where should you place an internal filter?

    The placement of an internal filter will depend on the manufacturer. As we noted in our testing of the above filters, some types are very particular about where they must be placed relative to the water line, while others can be placed anywhere below the surface. Read your included setup instructions carefully before installing any filter unit.

  • Should an internal filter make bubbles?

    Although many internal filter units contain aeration adaptors, your filter does not have to make bubbles. Unlike most external filters, internal filters will often not have the cascading effect that brings additional aeration and oxygen to your aquarium. However, most systems will have oxygen incorporated at the surface of the air-water interface. If your aquarium is not packed with many large fish (or species like goldfish, which require 20 gallons per fish), you will not likely need additional aeration.

    If you are unable to test your tank's oxygen levels, clinical signs of low dissolved oxygen are fish laying on the bottom and exhibiting increased respiratory effort. You can always add a secondary aerator if you are concerned about the oxygen levels in your tank. It is almost impossible to add too much oxygen since the excess will bubble off at the surface.

Why Trust The Spruce Pets?

After over nine years in private clinical pet fish veterinary practice, Dr. Jessie Sanders has seen countless setups and is intimately familiar with most major brands of filters. She has had the same Fluval filter in her tropical tank for over seven years, operating with the exact same sponge she started with. After four weeks of testing these various filters, complete with full setup and cleaning, she has a very good idea of what you can expect over the medium and long term. As with all filters, be sure to read the instructions carefully and complete regular maintenance for best function and performance.

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What filter is best for clear aquarium? ›

Activated Carbon is by far the best known chemical filter media and is widely used to get crystal clear aquarium water.

Are internal aquarium filters good? ›

Internal filters are better for small to medium sized tanks with small to medium sized fish. External filters may have higher running costs than other types of filter because when you change the media, you will have to buy more of it each time, but they will generally go for longer periods of time before clogging.

What are the 3 main types of filters for aquariums? ›

The Aquarium uses three main types of filtration: mechanical, chemical, and biological.

Which water filter removes the most contaminants? ›

Reverse osmosis systems are some of the best options for your water. The Reverse osmosis system in the 4 stage design is a design that will help you remove the maximum number of contaminants from your water.

Which filter has highest rate of filtration? ›

Explanation: The rate of filtration is highest in pressure filter and its filtration rate lies between 6000 to 15000 litres per hour per m2 of filter area while in rapid sand and roughing filter, it is between 6000 to 8000 litres per hour per m2 of filter area. 2.

How do I make my fish tank water super clear? ›

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  1. Table of Contents.
  2. Regular Maintenance.
  3. The Correct Filtration.
  4. Eradicate Algae From Your Aquarium.
  5. Reduce Nitrates and Phosphates.
  6. Use a Water Treatment or Clarifier.
  7. Reduce Waste in Your Tank.
  8. Maintaining Crystal Clear Water.
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Is black silicone better than clear for aquarium? ›

ASI Aquarium Sealant – BLACK SILICONE

Black silicone hides algae much better than the clear type.

Is Hang on filter better than internal filter? ›

In fact, I'd say a hang-on-back filter is even better at mechanical filtration than a sponge filter because you can add a fine filter pad to really polish the water. The device is very simple to service since most of the media is outside of the aquarium, allowing you to easily remove the media for gentle washing.

How often should I clean my internal filter? ›

How Often Should You Clean an In-Tank Filter? In-tank filters are very similar to hang-on filters and need to be cleaned a minimum of once a month. However, you should aim to clean it every couple of weeks.

Do internal filters add oxygen to fish tanks? ›

Filters help increase oxygen because they move water, so make sure your current filter is operating at full capacity. A clogged filter must be cleaned or replaced. In addition, you can install a spray bar on the outlet of the filter or add air stones to the tank.

What are the four basic types of filters? ›

Four Major Types of Filters

The four primary types of filters include the low-pass filter, the high-pass filter, the band-pass filter, and the notch filter (or the band-reject or band-stop filter).

Are hang on back filters good? ›

Hang On Back Filters are a very common type of filter used by the average aquarium hobbyist. These type of filters are very versatile in their use due to the fact they are capable of using all 3 types of filtration.

What are the types of internal filter? ›

Types of Filters
  • Canister Filter. ...
  • Internal Filter. ...
  • Sump Tank. ...
  • Hang-On Filter. ...
  • Overhead Filter. ...
  • Under Gravel Filter.

What filtration system is most effective? ›

Q: Which filter removes the most contaminants? A reverse osmosis system is the most effective type of filter for drinking water.

Which water filter removes bacteria and viruses? ›

Reverse osmosis filters: This process forces water at high pressure through semipermeable filters, removing a larger range of contaminants such as heavy metals, bacteria, and viruses.

What is the healthiest way to filter water? ›

Activated charcoal can take up impurities, certain heavy metals, and organic contaminants like pesticides, but it isn't very effective at removing germs. Physical filters, whether store-bought and portable or homemade from layers of sediment, are your best bet for removing debris from water.

What is the most popular filter? ›


America's favorite filter is unanimously Clarendon. It's also the #1 filter among Instagram users all across the world. This filter brightens, highlights, and intensifies shadows for images with colors that really pop.

Which filter is most widely used? ›

Today, UV is the most widely commonly used filter, but now its role is different.

What filter is better than HEPA? ›

ULPA filters trap more and smaller particulate matter than HEPA filters. ULPA filters are 99.999% effective at removing submicron particulate matter of 0.12-micron diameter or larger, while HEPA filters are 99.97% effective for eliminating particulate matter of 0.3-micron diameter or larger.

Why is my fish tank not crystal clear? ›

If there are specks or particles in the water, the cloudiness is mostly likely caused by fish waste, excess food, dusty substrate, or other miscellaneous debris. For example, when setting up a new tank or planting aquarium plants, tiny bits of substrate may float into the water column.

What happens if you put too much water clarifier in fish tank? ›

The only exception is if you add too much water clarifier. If this is the case, your water clarifier is going to go on a clumping spree and will very likely turn your water a cloudy brown color.

What clears cloudy aquarium water? ›

Add activated carbon media to the filter, whether loose or carbon pads. Adding activated carbon media or activated carbon pads to the filter will help clear the water and adsorb nutrients that feed the bacteria bloom.

What is the best fish tank silicone? ›

For the best aquarium safe silicone, turn to Loctite Clear Silicone Waterproof Sealant. This formula can be used in saltwater as well as freshwater aquariums. It's both flexible and gap filling, making it the perfect aquarium safe sealant for any tank with a capacity of up to 30 gallons.

Is glass or acrylic better for aquarium? ›

For beginners and smaller tanks, we recommend glass aquariums because of their affordability and scratch resistance. For larger, more advanced aquariums, we recommend using acrylic because it's lightweight and easier to repair than glass.

What is the strongest waterproof silicone? ›

The Best Silicone Sealant Overall—Gorilla Clear Silicone Sealant Caulk. This Gorilla sealant is made of pure silicone and is excellent for any heavy-duty or touch-up project. The sealant is waterproof and can be used in both indoor and outdoor applications.

Can air pump be too strong for fish? ›

An air pump that is too powerful can wreak havoc in your aquarium. When attached to a sponge filter, it can cause a current strong enough to stress fish that prefer calm water. Or, maybe it's causing your airstone to work overtime, producing so many bubbles that you can't see your fish.

Which water pump is best quality? ›

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Are canister filters better than power filters? ›

Canister filters provide superior mechanical, chemical, and biological filtration for larger aquariums or aquariums with a lot of fish. The body or "canister" portion of the filter is significantly larger than most power filters - imagine how much media canister filters are able to hold!

Are more expensive filters better? ›

Expensive Filters Are Made of Better-Quality Materials

Expensive air filters are made of better-quality materials than cheap air filters. They are often made of fiberglass, which is a porous material that can trap more dust and pollen than other materials like cardboard or paper.

Do pleated filters reduce airflow? ›

Even though pleated fiberglass filters are very common and are continuously highly recommended, there's still a misconception around the filters being able to cause damage to your unit because they supposedly restrict air flow. Yes, pleated air filters do indeed restrict the airflow to your HVAC system.

Do more expensive air filters matter? ›

Yes, in general, the more expensive air filters are more effective, but a single person with no pets and allergies might not need as much filtration as a family of five with three pets and a child with asthma. Also, consider how long your air filter will last.

Can I rinse my aquarium filter with tap water? ›

A lot of beginners will simply remove the filter from the aquarium and run the media under warm tap water to remove all of the clogged up dirt and debris.

Can you over filter a fish tank? ›

You can't really over-filter an aquarium, but it's fairly easy to under-filter one. Most aquarium filters are rated according to how many gallons the aquarium holds.

Can I just wash my fish tank filter? ›

Mechanical filter media (filter wool / pre-filter cartridges) can be rinsed under tap water. They serve no biological activity and need to be as clean as possible. Chemical media (Activated Carbon and Phosphate Remover) can be rinsed if particularly dirty.

Do I need a bubbler if I have a filter? ›

Whether you need an aquarium bubbler entirely depends on your setup. Many people use bubblers when creating a DIY equipment such as sponge filters – the bubbler is used to “drive” the filter, causing it to draw in water. If your water is not circulating or low on oxygen, then a bubbler could be just what you need!

How do I know if my fish doesn't have enough oxygen? ›

Symptoms Of Low Oxygen Levels In Fish Tanks
  1. Labored breathing.
  2. Rapid gill movements.
  3. Gasping at the surface*
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Do I need air bubbles in my fish tank? ›

While air pumps are not always necessary, there are very few circumstances where they would not be beneficial to a tank. Some species of fish, such as bettas, prefer still water, and the presence of an air pump can agitate them. In most cases, however, air pumps benefit fish by allowing them more oxygen to breathe.

What are the 5 types of filters? ›

The 5 Types of Filters
  • Mechanical Filters.
  • Absorption Filters.
  • Sequestration Filters.
  • Ion Exchange Filters.
  • Reverse Osmosis Filters.

What is the difference between passive and active filters? ›

Active filters require a power source to operate, whereas passive filters don't. The output of passive filters changes with the load, whereas active filters maintain their performance irrespective of the load connected. Passive filters cannot apply additional gain to the signal, whereas active filters can.

Which type of aquarium filter is best? ›

Low maintenance filters, like sponge filters or power filters, work well for tanks that aren't overstocked or overfed. External canister filters are more effective for a tank with fish that produce more waste, as they are more powerful, but they also need more regular maintenance.

What is the best overhead fish tank filter? ›

The clear winner of this head-to-head challenge for the best HOB filter is the Seachem Tidal. If you are wanting to use one of these for a shrimp tank, I highly recommend getting an AquaClear 70 and adding a sponge pre-filter. Fluval C4 Power Filter, Fish Tank Filter for Aquariums up to 70 Gal.

Are undergravel filters good? ›

Undergravel filters can trap massive amounts of debris that cannot be removed without removing the filter if they are not regularly gravel vacuumed. Hanging on the tank or canister filters, although unsightly and messy, are easier to keep clean and maintain regularly.

Does internal filter provide oxygen? ›

No, a filter only removes junk from the water. An aerator provides the bubbles that provide the oxygen source.

Are sponge filters good? ›

Sponge filters are excellent when safe and gentle filtration is needed, such as in a fry tank where young fish could be sucked into the intake of standard filters. Fish species such as bettas that do not thrive in strong currents also benefit from sponge filters.

Which filter is most efficient in removing bacteria? ›

A reverse osmosis filter has a pore size of approximately 0.0001 micron. Reverse Osmosis Systems have a very high effectiveness in removing protozoa (for example, Cryptosporidium, Giardia); Reverse Osmosis Systems have a very high effectiveness in removing bacteria (for example, Campylobacter, Salmonella, Shigella, E.

Are internal filters better than external? ›

External filters are larger and more powerful than most internal filters and can hold a lot more media, offering better cleaning and supporting more fish. The superior power of external filters makes them suitable for large aquaria; heavily stocked aquaria like African cichlid tanks; and large fish.

Is there any filter better than HEPA? ›

ULPA filters trap more and smaller particulate matter than HEPA filters. ULPA filters are 99.999% effective at removing submicron particulate matter of 0.12-micron diameter or larger, while HEPA filters are 99.97% effective for eliminating particulate matter of 0.3-micron diameter or larger.

What type of filtration is most important in aquariums? ›

Biological Filtration – This is the most important filtration process for your aquarium. Though it doesn't actually involve filtering anything out of your tank water, this type of filtration does make it possible for toxins and dangerous chemicals to be removed from the tank.

What size filter removes fungi and bacteria? ›

Look for a filter that has a pore size of 1 micron or less. This will remove microbes 1 micron or greater in diameter (Cryptosporidium, Giardia).

What filter kills E coli? ›

The first type are reverse osmosis systems which are highly efficient in removing E-Coli from drinking water. These RO systems utilize filtration membranes that force water through the membrane, while not allowing pollutants such as E-Coli to pass through.

Do expensive air filters make a difference? ›

More expensive air filters such as Pleated Residential filters will filter out dust mites, pollen, pet dander, mold, and even bacteria, which can be worth the extra money, especially for those with severe allergies.

Why cheap air filters are better? ›

Cheap air filters typically have a low MERV rating of 6 or less, while expensive air filters can have a MERV rating of up to 13. This means that they can remove much smaller particles, like bacteria, viruses, and mold spores, from the air.

What is the disadvantage of a hang on back filter? ›

Cons of a Hang on Back Filter

It has a limited ability to move water. If your tanks are large or part of a community, you may require two or more HOB filters. HOB filters have limited space for media. You will only be able to fit a small amount of mechanical, bio, and chemical media.


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