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  1. ..Give the Gift everyone wants this Xmas !! - The new Deltec SC1660 DC Controllable Protein Skimmer rated for up to a 1300l aquarium. Today only $599.00 !! Link - Age of Aquariums - Deltec SC1660 - DC Controllable The new SC1660 skimmer is the latest product in the Deltec range and boasts some impressive features when it comes to protein skimming. Deltec wanted to produce an economical in sump DC skimmer that was compact, high performing, whisper quiet and with low wattage via its DC pump for aquariums up to 1300 litres. The SC1660 with its compact design and unique features ticks all of the boxes. With an impressive 1000 litres of air from the venturi via the 24W max DC pump and compact footprint, this model offers a high quality product at a very competitive price. Features - SC 1660 High performance skimmer Competitive pricing. Low power consumption at only 24 watts 6 stages of adjustment via the included DC pump controller High air volume at the venturi - up to 1000lt/hour Whisper Quiet, low energy pump Flexible installation with regards to water depth Simple water level adjustment – no fiddly taps or pipes to fit or control. Remote cup drain Simple maintenance without the use of any tools. German manufacture by Deltec Long life expectation with all spares available. Technical data - SC 1660 Dimensions (LxWxH) / mm - 245 x 180 x 575 Power consumption - 24 Watt 6 Stages of pump adjustment Airflow - up to 1000 litre/hr Water level - min. 160 mm / max. 250 mm High stocking –1100 litres Normal stocking – 1300 litres Skimmer manufactured in Germany 2 year warranty We are authorized Deltec resellers backed by the Australian national distributor.
  2. .The New Deltec SC1660 DC Controllable Protein Skimmer Has landed at a very affordable price for a quality German made product. Specs - The new SC1660 skimmer is the latest product in the Deltec range and boasts some impressive features when it comes to protein skimming. Deltec wanted to produce an economical in sump DC skimmer that was compact, high performing, whisper quiet and with low wattage via its DC pump for aquariums up to 1300 litres. The SC1660 with its compact design and unique features ticks all of the boxes. With an impressive 1000 litres of air from the venturi via the 24W max DC pump and compact footprint, this model offers a high quality product at a very competitive price. Features - SC 1660 High performance skimmer Competitive pricing. Low power consumption at only 24 watts 6 stages of adjustment via the included DC pump controller High air volume at the venturi - up to 1000lt/hour Whisper Quiet, low energy pump Flexible installation with regards to water depth Simple water level adjustment – no fiddly taps or pipes to fit or control. Remote cup drain Simple maintenance without the use of any tools. German manufacture by Deltec Long life expectation with all spares available. Technical data - SC 1660 Dimensions (LxWxH) / mm - 245 x 180 x 575 Power consumption - 24 Watt 6 Stages of pump adjustment Airflow - up to 1000 litre/hr Water level - min. 160 mm / max. 250 mm High stocking –1100 litres Normal stocking – 1300 litres Made in Germany 2 year warranty We are authorized Deltec resellers backed by the Australian national distributor. Priced at only $749.00 ( Usual Discounts Apply ) Link - Age of Aquariums - Deltec SC1660 - DC Controllable Ben
  3. Tunze Comline Doc Protein Skimmer 9001 has arrived !!. Tunze`s newest and most compact skimmer! Measuring only 4.3 x 2.5 x 8.5 inches. It is ideal for nano reef aquariums up to 140 litres and only uses 2.5w !!. Typical German made Tunze Quality that we have loved for over 50 years. Includes needlewheel pump and magnet holder for up to 10mm glass or acrylic. Features Surface suction with surface film removal. Intermediate chamber with a patented anti-overfoaming system. Bubble-Free outgoing water. Large skimmer cup with foam reactor that can be easily removed. Air flow regulation and silencer for an exceptionally quiet operation. Silicone buffers on the skimmer prevent the transfer of vibrations to the aquarium. Attachment with a patented magnet holder for a glass thickness up to 15mm (1/2") Tunze Foamer 9012.040 high air flow performance and low energy consumption only 2.5w !!! Made in Germany 2 year warranty Priced at only $169.00 !! Link - Age of Aquariums - Tunze Comline Doc Protein Skimmer 9001 Ben
  4. Hi All. Great price on a quality Skimmer. Today only - Age of Aquariums - Deltec TC1655 Ben
  5. We now have stock of the Vertex Omega 150 Protein Skimmer The Omega 150 is engineering and style as you would expect from Vertex at an attractive price point. Wine bottle body shape with solid construction, Sicce pump, pinwheel impeller and titanium screws. Tank Size: 600 litres Power Consumption: 19W Air Draw: Approx (850 LPH) Footprint: 11" x 11" Height: 21.75" In Sump Design Link - Age of Aquariums - Vertex Omega 150 Priced at $499.00 Usual Discounts Apply
  6. Never having owned one. Why do protein skimmers use wooden airstones ?? Can you use a wooden airstone in a tank like a normal airstone ?
  7. Ok i have Cichlids Venustus Fry Red Empress White Knights Convicts + Fry RF Jewels Angelfish Marble and Silver + Fry Livebearers Mollies Guppies Catfish/Suckerfish Common BN Sailfin Pleco Can someone please help first by coping and pasting my list and add to it whether they are Carnivores, Omnivores or Herbivores. Also whether they should have high or low protein food, or can have high protein as an occasional food. What would you call high and low protein levels? eg between __% - __% At the moment for my fish i have Dry Omega One Super Veggie Flakes 33% Protein AquaFX Marine Pellets 35% Protein (was recommended to me for my some of my Cichlids) Hikari Cichlid Gold Mini Pellet % Protein Ocean Nutrition Community Formula Flakes 47.5% Protein New Life Spectrum Grow .5mm pellets 50% Protein Hikari First Bites Powder % Protein Hikari Algae Wafers 36% Protein Frozen Bloodworms Brineshrimp Cyclops Lastly who would you personally feed what to? Not asking for much hey.....;-) Thanks heaps Nicole :-)
  8. So, just set up my skimmer this evening and have question. I have it running at the moment and on the outlet pipe, there is a tap. What is the purpose of this tap? I have played with it and all it seems to do is adjust the height of the water in the skimmer. Am I meant to have the water at a certain height? Thanks for any help. Cheers
  9. How do I know if you my Protein skimmers is doing a good enough job... I cant find a Protein test kit... Basically if I'm losing fish + anenomies, but Ive tested Temp, Ammonia/um, Nitrite, Nitrate, PH, KH, GH - all are fine.... how can I check protein levels on the surface?
  10. Is a high protein diet good or bad for fish. some dude down the road said he give his fish high protein diet. So let me know.
  11. hey everyone, im starting a marine tank which is 500lt, 5 foot and currently shopping for a protein skimmer and the only thing i have found so far is a aquamedic turboflotor 3000 with a guys diy pump for 250. any tips or advice? =)
  12. hey everyone, just bought this skimmer 2nd hand, bought it with a pump not meant for it, its a resun and it has a air stone attached to it. Should i look at buying the pump that originally comes with these and what you rekon of how its working, is it how its supposed to be? Pics- Pictures by zozimuo - Photobucket
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  14. looking for a protein skimmer and i dont really have lots of money to throw around any suggestions or does any one have a second hand one needs to do about 400L cheers
  15. Hey looking to buy one from guppysaquarium.. looking to spend around $300 for a 6x2x3 tank.. ive seen a few good lookin conical shape ones on their site.. and some crazy bubble magnus and marine sources...
  16. Hi there, I have only recently found your site and have been addicted to it since. I just thought I would find out from other Marine enthusiasts what their opinions are on the issue of protein skimmers and uv treaters. I have kept heaps of freshwater tanks with the goal of having 1 smallish marine tank. I figured if I could keep a small (80lt) marine tank going then when I wanted to upgrade to a larger tank then I would be better placed to cope with any issues. I bought the tank off ebay about 1 month ago and it came complete with corals, live rock and a couple of baby crabs. When I went to my LFS the other day to see what corals/live rock etc they had he asked me about my tank, you know normal questions, size, lighting etc. When I told him he basically tore me a new one and told me that he is sick to death of people buying the wrong tank for a marine tank and that basically I was killing all the corals and would have problems keeping any fish in it at all because I didnt have a protein skimmer or a UV thingy. He was really rude and has pretty much scared me off buying any fish for the tank. I have cycled the tank and all the readings are perfect, PH, Calcium, Nitrates, Ammonia, Nitrates etc. Is it really so very important to have a protein skimmer and UV thingy for any fish to survive in the tank? Its not like I was going to put heaps of fish in it, only wanted to put a couple of clown fish, gobies and anenames in it for my kids to look at. Now I am hesitant to do anything with the tank apart from shut it down in case I do kill anything (I take it personally when a fish dies). Is this LFS guy right? Would appreciate any feedback or thoughts Thanks
  17. Hey all after a year in saltwater ive sold all the live stock and going back 2 freshwater so i got a few things from the saltwater like protien skimmers and lights will they be usefull for freshwater setup?? Plan on having a australian native tank!!! Thx Doug
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