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 Ultimate Wavemaker The WaveMaster Pro creates randomly flowing and ever changing water currents in an aquarium by automatically switching powerheads on and off with its microprocessor controller. The effect the Wavemaster P...
TUNZE® Multicontroller 7096 is a control device for all Turbelle® and Stream® pumps fitted with an electronic motor, which can be adjusted by computer when attached by USB cable.
It features a 8-Bit high-performance microproces...
The strainer basket traps large debris to help prolong the life of the pump. It also helps to prime the pump for above-ground installations. 1.5 MPT outlet x 2" slip inlet.
Upgrade your old MP60wES EcoSmart Driver to the new MP60wQD QuietDrive Driver
MP60 equipped with QuietDrive benefits from greatly reduced motor noise and higher efficiency. The motor, wet side and power supply on the MP60QD rema...
The Cobalt Neo-Flow 10,000 adjustable DC prop pump creates huge flow up to 2,640 gph! Creating vital current and eliminating dead spots. Adjustable DC power supply, allows flow rates from 50-100% up to 2,640 gph (10,000l/h). Power...