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  1. Marine Depot
    Return Pump Rundown: What You Need to Know Get the lowdown on submersible, external, DC controllable, magnetic drive and direct drive pumps in our latest video installment.
  2. General Reef Discussion
    I am almost complete with my sump assembly, with the return pump being the final piece. I have a HOB overflow to bring the water down, but I want to be sure that I balance it out correctly. Here is the pump I am considering: Will...
  3. Reefing Equipment
    I just purchased a Fluval M300 heater thinking it was fully submersible. The packaging is confusing, i did a search and found on some other sites that it is indeed fully submersible. Does anyone have and 1st hand experience with the Fluval M series heaters? thanks
  4. General Reef Discussion
    I'm setting up a new 150 with a 40gal fuge. I'm all plumbed up except for the return pump. I stopped do to a lack of space in the cabinet that I hadn't anticipated. I have the option of running it in sump or out and I'm having trouble deciding. It is a Danner Pro HY-Drive 2100 GPH Water Pump. I...
  5. Reefing Equipment
    hi all, can anyone help identify my return pump? there doesn't appear to be a name brand on the unit itself. i've google'd the specs but am getting mixed results/can't seem to find anything that matches the exact specs below: E160713 Model 9.5 B Submersible Pump 115 Volts A.C. 60 Hz 93 Watts...
  6. Water movement (pumps & wavemakers)
    I'm setting up my first SW aquarium and need a quiet, submersible pump with 1" outlet. Any recommendations? This is for a 24" cube take that will be a balance of coral and fish. I believe the pump will be in the bottom sump with a protein skimmer. Clear as mud? I really am a novice here! :)...
  7. General Reef Discussion
    So, I was just thinking. My mag 5 pump, which is made to be used either in-line or submersible, has metal screws on the front. Is that really safe to use in saltwater? ...or any aquarium for that matter? I don't know. I just have always been told not to use anything metal in an aquarium for...
  8. General Reef Discussion
    Does anyone here actually know what the deal is with the Eheim Jager heaters? There is a specific "water level" line on them which it says not to submerse past that point but I hear mixed opinions around the web saying that is only because it's a German product that doesn't have the UL approval...
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