An aquarium powerhead can be used to create water flow within an aquarium but may also be used for a variety of other purposes. You can use a powerhead as a return pump for aquarium filter systems, like sumps
. A powerhead pump can also provide water flow to your media reactor, chiller
or UV sterilizer.
Connecting multiple fish tank powerheads to an aquarium controller
will give you the ability to create more ocean-like water movement, such as random flow patterns, currents or tides. Some of the more sophisticated aquarium powerheads, like the EcoTech VorTech
and Maxspect Gyre
, include their own controller so you can fine-tune the water movement in your aquarium to eliminate dead spots and keep fish and coral happy.
The new Comline® Wavebox 6214 is a wave generator for aquariums from 106 to 370 gallons depending on the aquarium
form and the decoration. Its compact dimensions allow for a discrete installation into a corner of the aquarium. For...
Tunze Stream 6255 WIDE FLOW is a low voltage DC pump suitable for use with Tunze electronic pump controllers, such as 7092, 7095 and 7096.
Stream 6255 is unique in that incorporates a very large 3" diameter output and produces...
Pumping power: 11,000 l/h (2,906 USgal./h). Energy consumption: 125W to 152W depending on counter-pressure Pumping head: 4.5 m (177 in.), 1 1/2" GAS hose connection Voltage / frequency: 230 V / 50 Hz (115 V / 60 Hz). Cable length:...
Wavemaker 2 Low Voltage Pump Controller Great Flexibility: 1 or 2 Koralia 12V low voltage pumps, same or different models. 2 blue LEDs on front panel indicate pump setting and functioning. Wave or Tide Effect: WAVEM...
Random, chaotic flow patterns have an extensive recognition as an essential aspect of advanced reef husbandry, the results of its integration noticeably increasing the vigor of the reef`s inhabitants while greatly heightening the ...