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NEW - Tunze Turbelle Stream 6255 High Flow Water Pump
Tunze Turbelle Stream 6255 High Flow Water Pump
The innovative motor based on the eco-energetic concept and the newly developed pump technology ensures a very high efficiency at very low maintenance and power consumption.
Very Silent Run
Special plastic bearings, a titanium-alloy axle and silicone absorbers enable a very silent run without wear which applies for smaller models as well as for the powerful pumps
Large Suction Area
The water which is drawn in passed through a giant intake strainer, and thus prevents premature soiling.
Magnet Holder - A Standard Feature
As a standard feature, Turbelle« stream« is supplied with a magnetic holder, which enables uncomplicated attachment at any position on the aquarium pane from 19 mm (.74 in.) to 25 mm (.98 in.).
The ball-type design is an intelligent solution for installation with a minimum of hydraulic losses. Contrary to other pumps, they offer a lot of flexibility with respect to positioning and orientation of the water beam, which can be adjusted in such a way that an effective flow is produced over a long distance in the aquarium at lower power consumption.
Eco-energetic and extremely silent Hardly any other components have experienced similar progress in aquarium engineering in the past few years as the circulation pump. The new Turbelle« stream 2 is a very compact screw pump with a wellthought- out design used to circulate water in aquariums or tanks. It contains several innovative technical solutions and adapts to the aquarium without affecting the existing biotope.
* Tunze Turbelle Stream 6255 High Flow Water Pump * WIDE FLOW
* for tanks > 4.000 l (1,050 USgal.)
* Flow performance: 5,000 to approx. 18,000 l/h (1,300 to 4,800 US gal./h)
* Energy consumption: max. 58 W
* Power supply unit:100-240V/50-60Hz
* Length of cable: 5 m (196.8 in.).
* Dimensions: °90 mm (3.5 in.), output: °75 mm (3 in.)
* Magnet Holder with Silence Clamp with pane thickness up to 27 mm (1.06 in.).
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