Wave Maker Aquarium

By · Sunday, September 20th, 2009

Wave Maker Aquarium
I need some advice on this head im thinking about buing power on eBay?

http://cgi.ebay.com/2-1300GPH-WAVE-MAKER-CORAL-FISH-PUMP-AQUARIUM-POWERHEAD_W0QQitemZ250449925906QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item3a4ffa9712&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=65% 3A12% 7C66% 3A2% 7C39% 3A1% 7C72% 3A1205% 7C293% 3A1% 7C294% 3A50 thing is Ive never heard of this brand, so I'm not sure, but I want something around too much energy to this, the recommendations would be greatly appreciated brand was also thinking of having the suction of my filter cartridge on one side and all the other pumps on the other side pointing towards the suction. Is there a problem with my plan of flux? thanks

This version seems to 'no frills' the Koralia's. I have two Koralia 4 in a 180 gallon reef and water movement is incredible. If you have the money go to Tunze. Excellent products. In reality for the flow head want a kind of power on either side of the aquarium, which will create random turbulence, which is ideal for corals. Placing the pot intake will not no impact on your tank. The best part of the Koralia is that use very little electricity.

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