Saltwater aquarium smaill and large wave maker pump
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Sicce engineering brings high flow rates in an ultra compact package to both small and large aquariums with the new Sicce XStream-E wave pump. Deceptively simple on its exterior, this pump offers numerous advanced technological features, including the ability to be controlled with its included controller.
The EFlux Wave Pumps from Current USA are a very interesting entry to the reef aquarium water flow space. Rather than try to be the best pump in the world, or race to the bottom, the EFlux Pump are a solid offering right in the middle of the propeller pump market.
Water movement plays a key role in maintaining fish health in freshwater and marine aquariums. Good water movement is also essential for aquatic plants, corals and even live rock! There are many benefits to increasing water movement in your aquarium with circulation pumps and wavemakers.Phase one, or the wave phase, consists of the pumps pulsing at an expanding frequency so as to achieve a resonant wave in any aquarium at some point in the pulse cycle. If you have already tuned a wave form into your EcoSmart driver by using the auto-tune function in Short Pulse Mode, this saved resonant wave will automatically be used during phase one of the this mode. The pulsing serves to raise debris and detritus from the bottom of the tank and behind the rock work, where it will then be migrated out from the water column and into your overflow during phase two. Koralia 3G is the new innovative and unique range of circulation and wave pumps, designed especially to work in reef aquariums. Higher performances, lower energy consumption and quick and easy maintenance are the main features of the Koralia 3G series. The new exclusive Hydor design and technology guarantees a smooth start, continuous and powerful water flow, and can be further managed using the three special attachments and Dual Magnet Support System (DMSS).The pump will create an alternating surge from one side of the aquarium to the opposite side of the aquarium. Use the flow control buttons toadjust the wave shape.