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.
Ceramic bearing impeller (NO shaft included) Hobby Pump 1060/1260/1262
The NYOS® VIPER 2.0 is a regulable feed pump with 75-500 GPH (300-2.000 l/h)
Adapted to seawater use
high performance zirconium dioxide ceramics
Flow rate can be regulated manually
High performance with low el...
Wavecontroller 7092 The new Wavecontroller 7092 fitted with a membrane keyboard is a control unit for all Turbelle® pumps with electronic motor. It is the perfect synthesis between Singlecontroller 7091 and Wavecontroller 6091...
With EHEIM streamON+ you have more flexibility than with any other propeller pumps.
Eheim`s new streamON+ streaming pumps are suitable for use in both marine and in fresh water aquariums. They are small, highly efficient and ...
Tunze NanoStream Rock for 6025, 6045 and 6055
Tunze Safety Connector 6105.500
The Tunze Safety Connector enables normal operation using the TUNZE® power supply (for Controllable Tunze Stream pumps or Wavebox) and can connect a 12V-24V battery or DC supply automatically i...
The Cobalt Nano-Flow 2,600 prop pump creates large and wide laminar water flow rated at 686 gph with only 4 watts of power consumption! Perfect for small reef or planted aquariums to create vital current and to eliminate dead spot...