Sen 900GA Replacement Impeller

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This item has been discontinued.

Won Brothers

Replacement Sen 900GA Impeller

  • Includes impeller shaft and bushings

Manufacturer Info

Won Brothers
Won Brothers, Inc. is an innovative company which manufactures, imports, and exports only the highest quality products and accessories for the aquarium industry. They have proudly been offering affordable, quality aquarium and pond products to the industry. Their goal is to provide quality assurance to our customers. At Won Brothers, Inc. they consistently develop new products which makes caring for aquariums and ponds a more enjoyable experience. They also import select items which meets or exceeds our high expectations of quality and performance. All of their products are tested in a laboratory like setting before it is offered on the market.

JOHN from NY from Forest Hills, NY UNITED STATES


Experience Level: Expert

Saltwater eats this

Every three years this part rusts out in saltwater system. Of course they don't make this pump anymore, but if you have it you will be needing this replacement part. The ceramic shaft is not very sturdy, but after replacing the impeller a few times you will have a few shafts left over. The shaft seems fine for the application, but rust will take over the rest of the impeller's metal parts. Works pretty well with the new impeller, but just annoying to have to take your system apart.

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Experience Level: Intermediate

Sen 700GA Impeller

This Impeller worked like a charm. The pump works as god as new. Please keep in mind that the impeller shaft is ceramic and easily broken.

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Lou A from

Rusty Impeller

Very powerful and low heat. However, there new stainless steel impeller design actually rusts.

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Preston Brown from

Impeller casing splits!

I've had two of these impellers actually SPLIT and seize. It looks like the shaft rusts out from the inside, applying pressure to the "ceramic" element and causing it to crack.

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