I'm considering getting a tunze nano wavebox but before i do i have a few concerns. I'm looking to get more movement to eliminate dead spots in the tank to get detritus up and into the water column for removal and all that good stuff. some concerns i have are:
will it interfere with my overflow box as my tank is not drilled. i have an eshopps overflow with a lifter pump connected to the u-tube to keep/start the siphon. any thoughts concerns?
also my tank is tall and not too wide its a 45 gal
older perfecto its 25x18x25 (LxWxH) does anybody think tank stability will be an issue. as i mentioned the tank is a little older do these devices put much stress on a tank, will the tank be taking a beating? has anyone heard of a reduced tank life because of one of these? thoughts concerns?
i'm considering the wave box because i made the mistake of connecting koralias to a wavemaster pro and am sick of hearing the klacking on start up. but they really arent doing the job like in my old setup. even though i increased the pump size (i now have two koralia #2's and two koralia #1's on a 45 cube) i would like all the pumps on the back of the tank so its viewable from three side . i have seen the new pumps and am very curious about them as i heard they are controllable and have a higher output but...
also anyone who has one have you noticed a favorable response from your corals, do these make a difference with harder to keep sps
corals? polyp extension? growth rate?
basicly i'm looking to ditch the wavemaster pro for the nano wavebox and just leave the two koralia #2's along with the return for circulation with the wave box and want to hear some thoughts from people who have experience with these devices pros and cons and any other advice would be appreciated.