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Old 12-14-2002, 04:42 PM   #1
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Body guard 2200 power head

Is anyone familar with the Body guard 2200 power head? It is a 528gph power head with adjustable airflow, an extra 360 rotater, and quick filters (prefilter I imagine). I'm wanting a power head to put in my 55gal. saltwater tank. Currently I just have a prism skimmer and a AC300 creating current.
I would also like to be able to use it to pump the mixed water from a bucket into the tank.
Thanks for anny info.( in advance)!

Tank contains:
2-2 1/2 inches sand
50 lbs LR
peppermint shrimp
2 camel shrimp
coral banded
skunk cleaner
fire shrimp
several snails
emerald crab
several hermit crabs
flame scallop
condy anemone
feather duster
toadstool leather
blue mushroom(looks more purple to me)
button polpys
an unknown coral
2 clowns
coral beauty
2 damsels
scooter blenny
sea urchin- pencil( I think, it is several shades of brown, with the club style spins)

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Old 01-05-2003, 11:00 PM   #2
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I got this ph and it works great! Pumped my mixed water up about 4-5 feet into tank! And now that I figured out how to get the rotater to rotate it is in the tank and everything seems to like the extra curent.

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Great news.

Sorry no one has heard of this model PH. Maybe you could write up a review for this product in the product review database.
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