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Old 06-17-2011, 02:45 PM   #1
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Koralia Evaluation 750 power head help

I have to Koralia Evaluation 750, if you look at the pic real good you can see the placement. My question is I have two big circles on of flow on both sides, is that how it should I really don't have a lot of movement on the top just some?
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Do you mean koralia evolution? lol. If I were you I'd angle them both towards the top to break the waters surface and you'd see the flows intercepting each other at the middle of the tank, getting rid of the circular flow at the ends.
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Do you mean koralia evolution? lol. If I were you I'd angle them both towards the top to break the waters surface and you'd see the flows intercepting each other at the middle of the tank, getting rid of the circular flow at the ends.
That's how they are place there both angled to the top not at each other. So maybe more up?
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Maybe more up, since they sound pretty strong directing the flow more towards the surface might make them manageable. I have a maxijet that is a bit too strong for my tank and I have it angled up so that it doesn't move around my sand.
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