Originally Posted by wlz_3
Just looking to get some more professional opinion on this thing. Any thoughts, I've never seen anything like it and didn't know if any of you have.
What's your take?
I've never even heard of it. I was able to find this little info off of RC that includes a price.
"We have a non-commercial model that was designed to treat 75-200 gallon aquariums. We will post a picture of an actual setup on our website (Aquatic Engineers - Eco-Wheel Aquarium Filtration Device.
) today for you to view. This Eco-Wheel is 12" in diameter and provides a water flow of 25-35 gpm (1,500-2,100 gal
/hr). This Eco-Wheel is constructed of PVC
with a high density polyethylene tank.
This Eco-Wheel provides algae scrubbing, wet dry filtration, "selective" protein skimming, wave surging, calcium reactor, water cooling, and many other processes and runs off of ONE air pump. There is only one moving part that will not clog, stick, or jam from debris like many of the filter systems on the market today. There are NO electrical components in contact with the water. None of the space below the aquarium is required. The Eco-Wheel can be installed adjacent to the aquarium or in a filter room and is connected by only two pipes. The system is almost maintenance free and will last much longer than any other filter system available.
In regards to cost, the system is currently being sold retail for around $2,160 which includes Eco-Wheel and tank, air pump, pine enclosure, piping, and scrubber lighting. The system comes completely assembled, ready for operation.
We would like to thank everyone for their interest in our products. If you have any questions, please call us at (317) 821-0506.
AQUATIC ENGINEERS, INC.
Christopher A. Limcaco, P.E.
Chief Executive Officer"