Water Blaster HY 10,000 Circulating Water Pump.
The Water Blaster pumps are based off the same design as the popular Bubble Blaster skimmer pumps but intended to thrust large amounts of water. These pumps feature a digital control circuit board inside that controls directional start up and RPM speeds. The smart circuit board will shut the pump off if it detects a problem that could otherwise have shortended the life of the pump. The Silicone Nitride shafts and bearings deters calcium buildup on the rotor unlike ceramic. This means less maintenance and cleaning and more time for you to enjoy your aquarium instead of working on it! With the performance of these pumps and backing a 3-year warranty how can you go wrong. We offer several different models for water flow and head pressures.
Water Blaster 10,000 Pump Specifications
- Voltage: 120v/60Hz
- Wattage: 125w
- Max Water Flow: 2600 gph
- Max Head: 18½ft
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 9½” x 5¼” x 8½”
- Inlet Size: 1¼” inlet
- Outlet Size: 1” outlet
- Efficiency: 97%
- Max Head=16½ft
Measurements are approximate and can vary.
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Excellent! Review by ducannn
My friend and I are both setting up 75g RR tanks. We are putting sumps in the cellar and have about 13-14 of head pressure to overcome. He bought the Gen-X PCX-40 pump. Since I had my setup further along than his we setup this pump at my location for testing. The pump had no problem pushing a great deal of water but it was loud even from upstairs. I decided to try the water blaster after hearing good things about it. This pump can put out some serious amount of water and it is very very quite! I am very impress with it so far. I actually had to turn down the pump with a valve even at 13-14 feet of head.... go for it, you wont be dissapointed! (Posted on 12/5/2011)
Powerfull / Well built Pump Review by Dudz
Just bought this pump from the US and had it sent to me in France.
I have a 1000 Ltr reef tank and 150 ltr sump.I have been running an "Ocean Runner OR6500" pump for the last 6 years. I had to run 4x power heads to create more water movement. I fitted my new HY 10,000 pump yesterday. Slightly smaller than the OR6500 and just as silent. Just a low hum.
Loads more power ! I dont need any power heads now. Plenty of flow. The threaded ball valve fittings that I used on the pipework soon began to drip, so they needed quickly tightning up. Very Pleased with this pump. Very robust and well made. (Posted on 11/28/2011)