Marineland Advanced In Sump Protein Skimmer - Up to 100 gal.
Item # 240204 / Manufacturer Part # MSPS100
Marine Series Advanced In-Sump Protein Skimmer 100 gallon model provides superior performance in a sleek, upright column design. The functionality is built into the skimmer eliminating the need for external pumps, hoses, and pipes. It is ready to go, from the box to your sump.
The In-sump Protein Skimmer 100 is built for tanks to 100 gallons and features a Maxi-jet sump pump, a needle wheel impeller, and a removable collection cup and lid for convenient cleaning.
The SeaClone 150 is great for aquariums up to 150 gallons and measures 6 in. x 4.5 in. x 17.5 in.
For more information, please read What is a Protein Skimmer? from our article archive.
|Max Flow||235 gph|
|Max Tank Size||100 gal.|
|Pump||Maxi-Jet 1100, modified|
Installation and Activation:
A. Sump should already be filled with water. Place assembled Protein Skimmer into sump. Skimmer may float until pump is activated.
B. To activate your Protein Skimmer, just plug it in. Skimmer will begin to fill with the air and water mixture. Once the Skimmer is full it will rest on the bottom of sump even if unplugged.
NOTE: Skimmer takes 4 to 5 days to settle into new system when first installed. During this time excess bubbles may be present and exiting skimmer.
A. Adjust Flow Control Knob to raise or lower water level inside the skimmer.
B. Adjust water height so “dry” bubbles start to appear in Collection Cup neck with little to no bubbles flowing out of the skimmer into sump.
NOTE: Flow Control Knob position will vary with each specific installation and water quality. If foam collected is excessively wet, adjust water level down in skimmer body. If foam collected is to dry or there is no foam present, adjust water level up in skimmer body. Any bubbles returning to the sump should diminish after the 5 day break-in period.
hard to use 1/21/2013
Reviewer: tanks a lot
too hard to adjust with slightly fluctuating water levels in sump,