Submersible Aquarium Pumps for Aquariums - Marine Depot
Submersible water pumps, as their name gives away, are meant to run inside your aquarium, below the water line.
Little Giant Aquarium In-line Magnetic Drive 850 GPH # 4-MDQ-SC (582506) Water Pump. Operates in-line only (not submersible), magnetic drive. Operates in salt or fresh water. Suitable for approximately 125-200 gallon aquariums.
The BOYU PY-02 aquarium air pump has built-in LED lights and is perfect for increasing oxygen levels within your tank.
As it is submersible, it removes a lot of problems common in other pumps, such as blockages, and does not require the addition of an air pipe into the aquarium.
The blue, red or green LED lights are great for illuminating your tank and the unit is compact enough to easily blend in with other aquarium decorations or plants
Features 5 blue, red or green LED lights that are designed to produce a shimmering effect Compact enough to hide easily Reliable, long lasting; non perishable components for fresh water and marine aquariums Airflow is adjustable from the aquarium exterior Supplied with air intake tube, air regulation, suction cups and connectors to position the cable.
5 x blue, red or green LED's Max Output 200 L/H Power: 12v safety power adapter Dimensions: 93 x 88 x 78 mm/3.7"x3.4"x3" Voltage: 220-240v
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Submersible Aquarium Pumps for Aquariums
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The other type of aquarium pump is the water pump. There are submersible and external or in-line water aquarium pumps. Each has its own set of advantages. The filter used or personal preference often dictate if an individual opts for either a submersible or inline water pump.sunsun aquarium pump aquarium filter aquarium aerator 220V submersible pump triple multifunction #>=#>=#>=#>=#> Click on the pin to check out discount price, color, size, shipping, etc. Save and like it! are found connected to an inlet hose used to filter aquarium water, typically located externally. These devices are air-cooled, meaning they add less heat to the water than submersible models. They are extremely powerful, generally capable of moving far more gallons per hour than the average submersible pump. They are available in pressure flow or free flow setups depending on the type of filtration system that is being utilized. For example, pressure flow in-line water pumps are most often used with canister style filtration systems because they offer enough pressure to reach the canister. Free-flow in-line water pumps, on the other hand, are used after water has been filtered. As a result, they are ideal for wet/dry style filtration systems, requiring very little back pressure. External water pumps are usually installed at the floor level next to the sump. External (in-line) pumps are recommended for larger aquariums 100 gal or more in volume. External water pumps will usually give you higher pressure and flow but may be a little louder comparing to submersible pumps.