reef octopus 110 int Protein Skimmer



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In-sump skimmer for aquariums up to 130 Gallons Footprint: 10.4" x 7" | Body Diameter: 5" | Height: 19.75" Pump: Reef Octopus Aquatrance 1000s
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Classic Reef Octopus 110 INT In-Sump Protein Skimmer

This famous in-sump skimmer from the Reef Octopus 110 int Classic Series can provide great filtration for aquariums up to 130 gallons in size. As with any other Reef Octopus protein skimmer, theA Classic 110INT It is made of premium cast acrylic. It has an easily adjustable gate valve, a fast release neck that allows for simple cups removal, cup drain bubble diffuser, an O-ring sealed the union pump, and air shredding Pinwheel pump Aquatrance1000s Air silencer and A.

Bioload Handling

The bioload of an aquarium refers to the aquarium's capacity to handle waste based on tank volume. Protein skimmers operate best when they are tailored to your bioload. (EXCLUDING SUMP)
  • HEAVY 60 GAL
  • LIGHT 130 GAL

Classic Reef Octopus 110 INT A features

  • Improved Efficiency Venturi Systems for Air Injection
  • Reef Octopus Aquatrance 1000s Skimmer Pump
  • The Refined Hybrid (half cone) Skimmer Body
  • Quick and easy to remove/Quick Release Collection Cup with Drain
  • Precision Water Level Control Output Valve
  • Silencer for Air Intake
  • Solid Acrylic Construction
  • Peace and energy Efficient Operation

Technical Specifications

Size of the Body 5in Footprint 10.4in 7in Neck Dimension: 2.5in Total Height: 19.75in Output Size: 40mm/1.25in PVC Output Height: 6.5in The recommended SumpA water height: 7 to 8 inches

Pump Information

Reef Octopus Aquatrance 1000s Pinwheel Pump Wattage 9w Air Draw 420lph/15SCFH* Water Draw: 350lph/ 92.2GPH * The results of water and air will differ depending on the your aquarium's setup
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7.75 lbs
22 × 10.5 × 8 in


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