CPR CITR In-Tank Refugium - Small (includes pump)

CR1711

This item has been discontinued.

CPR

The CITR In-Tank Refugium is a "Safe House" that provides a protected area to help newly added fish or invertebrates easily acclimate to a new tank while also providing a place for injured fish or corals to regenerate damaged tissue without the need for a seperate quarantine tank.

The CITR also functions as a culturing area for small organisms that are intended to be provided as a food source for the inhabitants of the main portion of the tank. Included with the CITR is a Rio Powerhead that provides the necesary circulation to keep fresh water moving through the CITR at all times. The versatility and easy use of the CITR makes it a valuable addition to every aquarist`s tank.

Rio 50 pump is included.
Dimensions: Length: 7 3/4" Width: 4" Height: 7 1/2"




Product Manuals & Documentation

CPR CITR In-Tank Refugium - Small (includes pump)

Owner's Manual available for download in Adobe PDF file format

Manufacturer Info

CPR Aquatic Aquarium Supplies
In Arcata, located in Northern California, the sea is a way of life. From the advanced Marine Biology department at Humboldt State University, just up the hill from CPR’s headquarters, to Humboldt Bay, about a mile west, CPR is nestled in a perfect environment to develop equipment for marine aquariums. CPR was started in a small garage in 1987 to produce biological filters for local aquarists. People who used CPR filters were impressed by the high quality and affordable prices. Word spread and the company grew. Since then, CPR has expanded to a 10,000 sq. ft. production facility and has developed many innovative products over the years. CPR is incorporating new ideas and technologies all the time. Their goal is to allow aquarists to place the highest performing products in their tanks at reasonable prices.

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“not great”
2.0

The suction cups do not support the weight of the refugium. If you put a little sand, a small rock, and your macroalgae and attempt to stick it to the wall, it will sink right to the bottom. The macro floats out and gets hung up in the filters and other pumps. You might as well skip it. In addit...Read More

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“In tank refugium”
5.0

Was great for introducing new fish to the tank

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“Tank is nice, pump is junk”
2.0

Used as breeding area for pods. Was working until pump stopped working, which was about a week.

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“Well made and BIG”
4.0

This is a well made useful refugium, there is plenty of space in this, would be nice if there were some holes in the long side, but no biggie, biggest complaint is the suction cups, little to flexible to really hold this steady, i have the smaller one as well and those hold tight with a lot less fle...Read More

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“Save your money for a real re”
3.0

Maybe good for acclimation but your better off buying a full size refugiums - all this product really did was add 60.00 to the final price of my 10 gallon refugiums save your money and just do it right from the start - you'll thank me later

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“It works”
5.0

It's not invisible, but it's not obtrusive either, at least in the back corner of a 27 cube. I installed it about three weeks ago with some small pieces of live rock and macroalgae. No sand. No problems with the suction cups so far (I did thoroughly scrape the glass before attaching.) Definite pl...Read More

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“Used to acclimate fish”
5.0

I have a 120 gal. tank that is about 17 months old and I have had a Powder Blue and Blue Hippo Tang since the begining...amongst other fish. I really wanted a yellow eyed tang (Kole), but was scared the other would tear it up, as they have with the past several fish I have tried to add. I ...Read More

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