SKIMZ SM 161 Monzter E-Series - In-Sump Protein Skimmer.
The Skimz E-Series SM161 Protein Skimmer is a high performance, single pump model for aquariums up to 750 litres. Fitted with Skimz ES2000 needlewheel pump.
SKIMZ SM 161 Monzter E-Series - In-Sump Protein Skimmer
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The Skimz E-Series SM161 Protein Skimmer features a more powerful Skimz ES2800 needlewheel pump, suitable for aquariums up to 1,200 litres (320 gal.). The SM161 draws an air intake of 780 litres per hour, making it capable of handling a higher water throughput. Low power consumption and high performance makes the SM161 an excellent choice for reefers looking for a value-for-money, yet powerful skimmer.
No feed pump required, skimmer draws water directly from sump.
* Skimmer pump: 1 Skimz ES2800 needlewheel - MADE IN ITALY
* Power consumption: 13W
* Air intake: 780 l/h
* L 188mm (7.6") x W 188mm (7.6") x H 545mm (21.8")
* Skimmer body diameter (mm): 160 (6.4")
* For Aquariums: 500 - 1,200 litres (133 - 320 gal.)
Designed for in-sump use
This product is warranted against defective material and workmanship of the body for 2 years and 1 year warranty on the pump.
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Awesome on day 1 Review by kenny from Iowa
So, I though I would give a quick review of a new skimmer I received. I did a lot of researching and I decided on the Skimz (SKIMZ SM 161 Monzter E-Series) skimmer from aquacave. Reason for choosing this skimmer was the very, very low power consumption(13w) from a Italian made skimz pump. Also, if I ever decide(when I decide I should say) to upgrade my aquarium to a 220 this will still be big enough to handle the total water volume of that system. This will be running on my 180 with a total water volume of 255 gallons including my sump. I purchased it on a Sunday and had it by Tuesday afternoon. Right out of the box I could tell it had a thick manufacturing film on it so next step was into a vinegar bath. All parts took about a 12 hour bath in a very light vinegar bath and then got a real good rinse. Putting it together was a snap as the instructions were very easy to follow. From the reviews that I had read break in period was roughly 3-5 days so I wasn't expecting much from it for the first few days. (Posted on 4/29/2014)
- Awesome on day 1 Review by kenny from Iowa