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Aquarists of all levels understand the importance of aquarium water pumps and their role in water movement and maintaining premium water quality for the health of their fish, corals and other aquatic invertebrates. Because of the wide assortment of inline aquarium water pumps and power heads available, it can often take some research to find the best fish tank aerators for your pet’s home. By keeping the size and type of your pet’s home into consideration, along with the aquatic life it will be housing, you can determine whether to opt for submersible or inline aquarium water pumps. Learn more about the differences in water movement and circulation preferred by your fish, corals, and other aquatic life and find the best fish tank pump to promote their health and longevity.
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Submersible Aquarium Water Pumps / Return Pumps are operating while being completely submersed inside aquarium or sump filter. Rather than sucking water through an inlet tube like an external pump, most submersible pumps do not have an inlet in which you can attach tubing or hose. They are used primarily to feed protein skimmers and reactors and to provide water movement within the tank. Submersible water pumps are usually placed directly in the sump's return compartment. These pumps are easy to install and service. Submersible water pumps are recommended for aquariums up to 180 gal. These pumps tend to be quieter than external pumps but can also transfer more direct heat to aquarium water. For most applications, internal (submersible) water pumps provide a good mix of performance and ease of operation. WMicroUK Top Quality Submersible Pump, Submersible Aquarium Pumps for Aquariums, AP-1000 1000L/H Aquarium Water Pump UK by WMicroUK
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These versatile pumps can be used in-line or as a submersible, in fresh or saltwater, and they're silent. Great for ponds, aquariums, filter systems, skimmers, fountains, water falls and water change systems. The small pumps (Mini and Mid) are suitable for running sponge filters and other applications for low-volume pumps.At AquaCave, we offer some of the best selection and best prices on aquarium water pumps, external water pumps, submersible water pumps, and powerheads for you marine, reef, and freshwater aquarium. Aquarium Water Pumps are necessary in every aquarium application. Whether they are used to deliver water from your filter to your aquarium or simply to provide water movement in the tank, they are needed in every aquarium. If you have a medium-sized pond and you want to choose a submersible pond pump, look for a model that has a sturdy that helps to shift tough debris before it gets to the separate filter attachment. Submersible pond pumps are also very compact, which makes the perfect choice for indoor aquariums.Submersible water pumps are usually placed directly in the sump's return compartment. These pumps are easy to install and service. Submersible water pumps are recommended for aquariums up to 180 gal. These pumps tend to be quieter than external pumps but can also transfer more direct heat to aquarium water. For most applications, internal (submersible) water pumps provide a good mix of performance and ease of operation.External water pumps are usually installed at the floor level next to the sump. External (in-line) pumps are recommended for larger aquariums 100 gal or more in volume. External water pumps will usually give you higher pressure and flow but may be a little louder comparing to submersible pumps.Submersible pumps are magnetically driven pumps that are placed inside the aquarium. They are efficient, convenient and small, but come with a few caveats. Submersible pumps generate heat and could end up overheating the aquarium. Since it is submerged, great care and attention must be given to the electrical lines to avoid shorts and electric shocks.