Supreme Aquarium Air Pump

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Product Summary:

Supreme Aquarium Air Pump

The Supreme Aquarium Air Pump is a beautifully designed, environmentally-friendly pump that can be used for multiple purposes. This pump is great at oxygenating aquariums for a cleaner aquatic environment. It also promotes healthier fish and aquatic plant life while increasing the breakdown of fish waste, preventing icing over in outdoor ponds, and driving protein skimmers.


·         Maximum water depth 11.5 ft. Noise level 45 dba

·         Air Diffuser Outlets 33. Tubing (not included) 1/2" I.D.

·         For saltwater and Freshwater aquariums - All AP Series air pumps operate on standard 110V electric and come with a 6 ft power cord

·         Energy efficient motor

·         Easy to use

·         Quiet operation

·         High volume with steady air flow

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I have (4) 75gal and a 180gal what gallon tank are these adequate for such depths. If not which one of your pumps are?
nursevickie on Oct 24, 2014
Best Answer: Hello, the pump efficiency will depend on how high off the ground you will have your pump positioned. If you can elevate it, the efficiency may be more acceptable to your set up. Are you looking to use one pump for all tanks? Also, what are you looking to operate with the pump?
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