|Fishcricker ||02-16-2008 12:45 PM |
Need input on Rena FilStar xP3 Canister Filter
I would any like any input an a Rena FilStar xP3 Canister Filter. I am going to put it on a 55 gal FW. Are they quiet? What are the manufacturers recomendations on distance that they can be set below the aquarium? I would like to run the hoses up from the basement to simplify maintenance. Does anyone else do those kind of set up? Thanks, Diane
|willow ||02-16-2008 02:07 PM |
hello there :)
the only input i can give is that i have had one of these
filters i the past.I found it easy to set up and easy maintainance.
mine was quiet and ran well.
hope that helped a little.
|Fishcricker ||03-03-2008 07:40 PM |
Well I bought one of these filters. So far, I think I made a wise choice wth this purchase. Very good water flow and it is as quiet as a mouse. Don't even know that it is there.
|dodgeboy ||03-03-2008 09:06 PM |
i dont believe running the hoses from the basement would be wise. the tubes that come with it are only 7 feet long . and the maximum distance below tank is 55" or just short of six feet.
|Holly ||03-05-2008 09:35 PM |
I have the XP2 and love it. Now that I have the bigger tank, I wish I had the XP3 but the 2 does the job. It's very quiet as mine since beside my seat on the couch and it's not in a cabinet. It would make me crazy if it gave off any noise but it really doesn't at all. I've had it for about 2 years now and have no complains. It's very easy to clean and self priming.
|westpoison ||03-15-2008 06:34 AM |
rena xp series filter are extremely quiet. You don't even know that its on until you take a closer look at it. The filters are so powerful that if you stirred up all the debris in the tank, it only take 5mins to clear them all up.
|Fishcricker ||03-15-2008 11:08 PM |
You are so right westpoison. I did some live plantings and the Husband wanted to know how the water cleared so fast!!! :D Could not put the lines through the floor though because of man. rec. Did not need to. What a dream of a machine!!
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