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Danner Model 7 Supreme 700 GPH Pump w Fractionating Impeller Featured

 
Supreme Magnetic Drive Pump Model 7 by . Budget-friendly magnetic drive pump for use with aquarium filtration systems that call for dissolved oxygen mixed into the water column


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Very loud and too much vibration, RETURN and get this Quiet One Lifegard Aquarium Pump

Installation and Operation Easy to install


Performance vs. Expectations This pump is only 700 GPH but it's too loud in my leaving room and the vibration is shaking a lot. My daughter can't sleep since her bedroom next too it. Return this pump after 5 day of use and get this "Quiet One Lifegard Aquarium Pump" which is 990 GPH and much much quieter than the Mag 7 and it's only $10 more. She can now sleep.


Value for money Make sure you plug your ears when buying this Mag 7


Liked about it With problem on the noise and vibration therefore I don't like this pump


Didn't like With problem on the noise and vibration therefore I don't like this pump


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By toyo
Nov 27, 2012
 
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Danner Mag Drive 7 pump review

General I used this pump on my 75G with an Oceanic Reef Ready sump 1. The unit did what it was supposed to do for the first couple of years but it started to get very noisy overtime. I cleaned the impeller every few months but the chamber seemed to enlarge anyway. The flow rate dropped considerably with about 4-5 of hose rise (length is common). My set up required me to splt the Barbs to have a dual output on my return and the pump just did not produce and sort of current. I upgraded to a mag9.5 and the difference is night and day. I did not want to add power heads to my display tank and that was part of my choice in upgrading. The 9.5 does not nearly loss as much flow on hose rise compared to the 7. overall it is a solid unit but you need to keep up on the maintenance monthly / bi-monthly or the unit will increase its db range. The pre-filter should be larger because I had to clean mine every 2-3 weeks or it would cause problems with the pump.


Liked about it Small size


Didn't like Noisy, Pre-filter too small


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4.0

By Invader
May 02, 2009
 
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Good utility pump...

General Mag pumps are great utility pumps, they will move a lot of water and can handle a fair amount of head pressure. They will tend to heat up the water they are operating in do to the higher wattage needed to run them, so there are better choices for return pumps. However, Mags are great at moving water from point "a" to point "b" and to use as salt mixing pumps.


Liked about it Very powerful, small size.


Didn't like Draws more wattage and runs hotter than some comparable pumps of same flow rate.


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3.0

By Big D
Jul 09, 2009
 
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Another great MAG pump

General I ran this pump for 2 years as the return on my 75g and never had a single problem with it. They do put out a little but if heat dur thats my only complaint.


Liked about it compact
reliable
low power


Didn't like heat


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By ckusnierek
Jun 18, 2009
 
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