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Professional High Output Air Infusion Pump

SKU# G179

This top quality air infusion pump is extremely impressive both in terms of the volume of air it can move and the quietness of operation. Once correctly installed you can barely hear any mechanical noise - only the slight sound of huge amounts of fast moving air. Be aware though - until you properly connect up your airline and airstones, the pump appears to make quite a lot of noise. Supplied complete with a 12 outlet manifold which can be tee'd off from (using Air Line Tee Pieces) to run additional air stones if required. The adjustable levers on the manifold allow you to precisely control the distribution of the airflow for maximum effectiveness.

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5501 Professional High Output Air Infusion Pump (38 Watts - up to 84 Litres/minute - 12 outlet manifold)

Special Price: £99.95

Was £125.00

5508 Spare 12 Way Manifold
£14.95

Availability: In stock

Reviews & Ratings (2)

2 of 2 people recommended this product.

Noisey !!
Written by K9 JSB |

5 Oct 2012

Pumps all the air you could require but if silence is crucialTHIS IS NOT FOR YOU


GROWELL RESPONSE
These are the quietest pumps we could find that move this volume of air, noise can be reduced if you place the pump on a rubber mat. Alternatively, you could use multiple smaller pumps.

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2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
not bad
Written by arjan |

13 Sep 2012

the pump does move alot of air but isn't so quiet. i believe it is set up correctly

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Questions and Answers (1)

what are the running costs of the Professional High High Output Air Pump Code 5501. Many Thanks.........Chris Cox
Assuming an electricity unit cost of 10p per unit, this will cost about 0.35 pence to run for an hour.

Written by CC | 6 Jun 2011


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