Iwaki MD-70RLT External Water Pump, Japanese Motor

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Iwaki MD-70RLT External Water Pump, Japanese Motor

Product code: 427
WP-IW-MD-70RLT

Availability: Usually Ships within 24 Hours

Regular Price: $399.95

Special Price: $335.92

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Magnetic water pumps. Magnetic driven. Sealess pumps for use on fresh or saltwater aquariums.Low heat exchange and quiet in operation. Highly durable design.

Magnetic water pumps. Magnetic driven. Sealess pumps for use on fresh or saltwater aquariums.
Low heat exchange and quiet in operation. Highly durable design.
RLT pumps are for pressure applications. RLXT pumps are for circulation and wet/dry return.

Iwaki Walchem magnetic drive pumps will run longer, quieter and cooler than any traditional mag drive. Extraordinarily high efficiencies make these pumps the clear choice in almost every process, recirculation or transfer application.

MD-70RLT Specifications:

  • Inlet(MPT)/Outlet(MPT): 1"/1"
  • Flow Rate @ 4 Head: 1500 GPH
  • Max Head ft: 31.8


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      Ive heard great things about Iwaki pumps so I went ahead and bought 1 about a year ago. I recently noticed my water level down and I took apart my pump to see. There was a huge wad of cheato and a pebble jammed in the inlet just before the prop. I have since purchased a screen for my inlet port. I cleaned it out (very easy to do) and its running great! (Posted on 12/17/2009)


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    Strong pump! Review by
    Ive heard great things about Iwaki pumps so I went ahead and bought 1 about a year ago. I recently noticed my water level down and I took apart my pump to see. There was a huge wad of cheato and a pebble jammed in the inlet just before the prop. I have since purchased a screen for my inlet port. I cleaned it out (very easy to do) and its running great! (Posted on 12/17/2009)
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