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Old 08-03-2005, 12:12 PM   #11
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that looks loud
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Old 08-03-2005, 04:37 PM   #12
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that looks loud
Actually, just as quiet as most well-made, small, single-tank air-pumps, but as my link to one on aquabid (in one of my previous posts), expect to dish out a good $100-$120 for one.
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Old 08-04-2005, 11:44 AM   #13
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would that work for 8 filters?
http://www.aquabid.com/cgi-bin/aucti...mps&1123765801
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...and then some, if the description "That is enough air to operate 40 to 50 Sponge Filters. I have personally run 45 sponge filters using this air pump." on the auction is accurate. Looks like a nice pump.....first I have seen with 8 output nozzles.
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im having troble finding more info on it
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im having troble finding more info on it
They seem to manufacture a large range of air-pumps for a fair number of applications, but that is about I can give you, as my Chinese is a smidge lacking:
http://www.hailea.com/produce.htm

Looks like Hailea probably manufactures a clone for Won Bros, too:
http://aquariumsuppliesplus.com/pro456641.html
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hailea.com has a english translated version of there site..
http://www.hailea.com/E-hailea/index.htm
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hailea.com has a english translated version of there site..
http://www.hailea.com/E-hailea/index.htm
Thanks for spotting and posting that...I am perusing it now...they have some cool-looking products.
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Old 08-07-2005, 01:18 AM   #19
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MODEL£º ACO-9630
POWER£º 15W
VOLTAGE£º 12/110/220V
FREQUENCY£º 50/60Hz
PRESSURE£º >0.015Mpa
OUTPUT£º 16L/min
NOISE£º <45dB
WEIGHT£º 2.7kg
SIZE(mm)£º 248¡Á176¡Á137

sound like it could work?
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Sure does.
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