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Old 05-03-2011, 07:30 PM   #1
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Sicce Syncra High Flow HF Water Pumps

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The Syncra High Flow models, with all the great features of the Syncra line, incorporate new leading edge technologies that move them into a class all their own.

This exclusive technology, combined with the new electronic engineering of the motor, assures optimized performances while maintaining low power consumption and maximum energy efficiency.

The powerful permanent magnet synchronous motors ensure high energy efficiency and reliability for both submersed or external inline applications.

Syncra HF pumps are engineered for a wide range of applications: gardens, fresh and salt water tanks, water cooling, above ground swimming pools, drainage, fountains and many other uses.

* constructed with standard male threaded inlets and outlets for hook up with fittings for any installation.
* available in three models that will save up to 50% of electrical costs over comparably rated pumps.
* designed for real world applications thus optimizing flow and energy efficiency as head pressure increases.

Three Models Available:

* Sicce Syncra HF10 Water Pump, 2500 GPH, Max Head 15.4'
* Sicce Syncra HF12 Water Pump, 3200 GPH, Max Head 17'
* Sicce Syncra HF16 Water Pump, 4,200 GPH, Max Head 15.4'

For more information on our quality aquarium water pumps and other aquarium supplies please visit us at www.aquacave.com


Please visit our online store to purchase this or other quality aquarium supplies for both, freshwater and saltwater enthusiasts. The prices and quality of our aquarium equipment keep our customers coming back!
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A "little" too much for my 24...But I'll look into these for when I set up my 125.
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