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Old 01-16-2011, 02:15 PM   #11
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How safe are the overflows? If the syphon ever stops you have water every where. The syphon might stop during power outages. I imagine companies that make overflows took all these points into consideration during the design phase. Is there a box out there that is pretty much fail safe?
I used a HOB overflow for over 15 yrs until I bought my pre-drilled ReefReady tank. It never failed once and doesn't lose it's siphon when the power goes out.
Check out the Eshopps overflows. They are pretty much fail proof.
Eshopps PF1200 Overflow Box, 300 gal tank, Dual - AquaCave
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