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Old 06-10-2014, 05:05 PM   #11
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What size powerhead for 30g tank?

At least 2 of the 440s if you want coral. 2 in the 600 range would be better. I run 2 of the 240s on a 10 and want more flow
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Old 06-18-2014, 11:13 PM   #12
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I really like my Jebao wp10 which can be had for around $60. Very nice piece of equipment
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I have a 740g/h and a 600g/h in a 35 and it does
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Korella pumps are quiet, cheap and you can get them anywhere, i have 1 240 in my IM Nuvo 8, have 3 Of the same ones in my 15 gallon and a big 600 in my freshwater just for fun. You can also buy them used, look for a tank breakdown, get at least 2 of them minimum, you can never have too much flow!
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I'd say two koralia 425's would be just perfect! One on each side. If you are looking to do high flow corals then I would say get the 550's but the 425's are exactly what i would get.
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I had the Koralia 600 and didn't get the kind of flow I thought I would and that was in a 20 long reef. Jebao may be more higher but you would be happier getting one of them than a Koralia. I have one WP-25 in a 75 gallon and the power from it is unbelievable. I can feel flow from i ton the other side of the tank. I tried that with the Koralia and only felt flow from about 6-8 inches away from it. You would only need one WP-10 in a 29 gallon. You get a great wave effect in you tank. Since buying it I will never buy anything else.
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