JBJ Accela 1000 Submersible Power Head, 266gph.
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JBJ introduces the extremely efficient ACCELA™ Powerhead. This submersible pump is ideal for use with undergravel filters and provides water circulation within fresh or saltwater aquariums.
ACCELA™ powerhead motors are epoxy-sealed and designed for consistent power with low energy draw. All kits include an adjustable venturi injector, undergravel attachment tube, flow diffuser flap, suction cup bracket, and mounting hook.
Offered in 4 sizes ranging from 166gph – 266gph.
All models are UL listed and are thermally protected for safe operation WaveMaker (Ocean Pulse™) Approved
Replicating Nature In nature, water circulation is vital for corals, fish, and invertebrates in order to achieve optimal health. Providing the proper water movement is essential for many tank inhabitants who require currents to bring food, oxygen, and remove harmful waste.
Setting multiple powerheads can simulate natural currents while eliminating dead spots in aquariums. Positioning powerheads lower/higher can also allow for more natural wave cycles by producing counter currents. It is important to research what flow rates are required for specific tank mates before replicating its environment.
It is recommended to position powerheads to direct detritus and waste into intake of filters. This small step will ensure a healthy and clean aquarium with no areas with high accumulation.
Pivoting the directional flow diffuser towards the surface will also reap great benefits by allowing for proper gas exchange between the CO2 gas saturated within the water and the oxygen above its surface. This will help maintain a proper pH for more stable water parameters.
* Model# SPI-1000
* Voltage/Hz: 110V/60Hz
* Power Consumption: 16Watts
* Max Flow: 266gph
* Max Height: 59”
* DIMS(LxWxH): 3.5x2x3.25
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jbj 28 gallon nano reef pump Review by joey
Delivery was on time. Very good service. (Posted on 9/26/2008)