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Old 08-15-2007, 11:55 PM   #1
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Still slowly getting the tank put together. Trying to decide what I need as far as circulation within the tank. I have a 75 gallon that will have an Aquaclear 110 on one end and Aqua C Remora Pro on the other. I trying to decide if I want to add a Seio 820 on the skimmer end or go with two Seio 620s placed on both ends. Any recommendations?
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I have 2 Koralia 3's and really like them.
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I have the SEIOs and and the Korelias. Personally, I like the Korelias a lot more. The SEIOs are pretty bulky. I move my phs from time to time, sometimes at both ends, facing eachother and other times at the back pointing to the front.
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Go with the Koralias or the Tunze Nano Streams. I have both and am happy with them. They are compact enough that they don't take up a lot of space yet powerful enough to do the job. They are virtually silent and use a tiny amount of power compaired to all the other PHs out there! You will be happy with them!
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Thanks for the imput. I had thought about the Koralias also but didn't like the fact they protrude out into the tank more. It appears both the Seios (2.17x2.6x5.5)and Koralias (2 7\8 x 5 7/8 ) are virtually similar in overall size and will essentially take up the same space only one uses vertical space the other horizontal. I assume the tunze nanostreams are similar in size to the koralias. So is ~ 2.5 inches horizontally better than ~5.5 inches? I like the power consumption of both but both the Seio 620 and 820 uses less watts than their Koralia counterparts. I had plannd on using the magnetic holders for the Seios if I go that route to make moving around an easier task so they total price would be a little higher with the seios at that point. I think two Seio 620's may be what I am leaning towards at this point.
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