- - Hydor Koralia 4
|Rogergolf66 ||05-14-2007 10:36 AM |
Hydor Koralia 4
are these really as good as they say they are. I have the Seio powerheads now. the power consumptions is much lower on the Koralia.
Hydor Koralia 4 Aquarium Water Circulation Pump 1200gph
|caferacermike ||05-15-2007 06:30 PM |
They are indeed excellent. Some people complain about them being a little flimsy in some of the design but overall they have had a great response, especially for the magnet mounts that come built in at the same price.
|Rogergolf66 ||05-25-2007 07:39 PM |
well I just got 3 of them in the hole in the front of th unit where the spining propeller is. is open not covered by the plastic cover. do I have to worie about fish and snails in there?
|caferacermike ||05-26-2007 11:36 AM |
I have not heard of any complaints about that yet.
|usmc121581 ||06-13-2007 05:37 PM |
And you wont hear one from me. I have 2 in my 120 and have no problems with them at all.
I'm convinced from what I've read on here and other places, I just ordered 2 for my 110gal. Do you guys think that will be enough flow?
|Rogergolf66 ||09-17-2007 07:56 PM |
Depends what you are doing SPS LPS softies?
I have 3 in my 125 plus 2 other small powerhead pointing in some dead areas.
Right now just setting up a FOWLER tank but would like to get into other stuff in the future.
|Rogergolf66 ||09-19-2007 07:39 AM |
it should be ok. you may have a dead spot here or there. just keep an eye out and make ajustments as need. the magnet mounts are great it makes it easy to move.
Ok, thanks. Where do you think I shoud mount them, I was thinking on both ends kinda shooting them diagonally to each other. its a 5 ft long 110gal with both back corners bumped out for the overflows down to the sump.
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