Aquafuge Pro

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  1. Delmarva_Paintball

    Delmarva_Paintball Plankton

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    Has anyone seen an Aquafuge Pro? I typically like CPR products and since I'm considering a refugium in my new 90 gal I'm interested in this product.

    Thanks,
    Dan Wallace
     
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  3. Yikes

    Yikes Plankton

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    I've never seen one in action, however, i'm considering buying one to place under a new 25 gallon tank i'm setting up. I actually found this forum while searching for 'aquafuge pro' and decided to become a member (today!) I'm considering making the setup such that this fuge/sump is displayed as well as the main tank. I was told by a crew-member at wetwebmedia.com that this 'cpr' skimmer would be sufficient for my setup. I've drilled 3 holes in the back of my acrylic aquarium. 1 return and 2 drains. 1/2 inch bulkheads. I't a cube 18x18x18. I plan on keeping softies, possibly sps in the future. I'm undecided on whether or not to have fish in this setup. The aqua fuge pro is 31 inches long, so this would call for a unique stand if it is to be displayed. It would be nice to get someone's first-hand experience with this product. It seems the 'pro' has a bulkhead for a drain, but.....I have 2 drains. I assume I could make it work.....but still looking for ideas!
     
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    Yikes Plankton

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    at this point, maybe i'll add an ECO-AQUALIZER!!!
     
  5. Jason McKenzie

    Jason McKenzie Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I haven't heard of it before, but it looks like it's a really nice sump. I'm sure it could be made for cheaper. But I'm the last to talk about DIY over spending money
    My motto has always been "enough money will solve any problem"

    Looks like a sweat set up. Everything in a nice package.

    J