Marineland C-530 Canister Filter - Up to 150 gal.
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|Includes Media||Includes Foam Filter Pads, Black Diamond Carbon, Bio Filter Balls.|
|Flow Rate||530 gph|
|Power Cord Length||6 ft.|
|Warranty||3 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty|
|Max Tank Size||150 gal.|
Ratings & Reviews
A big disappointment
This filter drove me crazy. I used a Filstar for years, but then I upgraded to this one because my tank was larger. Everything about it seemed cheap, and it quickly justified that opinion. The seals in the bottom actually started leaking for me - so I had to get rid of it. I always had problems on restarts too - always seemed to have air in the system so it made lots of noise. The clips broke off with very little effort. This was not what I expected and it was not what I experienced with the Filstar.
I've had this filter running for about 8 months now. I haven't ran into any issues with mine at all. Great job Marineland.
by Rose Raab MI
I have one that ran for a while then motor stopped I call company and they sent me a new one but not even 6 months later I shut it down for cleaning and when I replaced the motor head guess what The motor refused to start on this one good thing I had adifferent tank filter here from a diff. company for a back up.
Won't buy again
by Tom Libbin
It is difficult to get water flow going. Had this filter for two years now, the pump button sticks and now leaks. It is noisy sometimes.
The best Filter
by Jeff, Doylestown PA
I have had this filter running on my tank for 5 years. I have had zero problems with it. It is by far the most silent filter of any type I have ever used. I had a few questions when I first bought it and the MArineland customer service was the best and actually did a follup email several weeks later to make sure all was OK.
<br>The best filter I've ever had.
trouble getting it started again
by Gary Grimshaw
like the flow of water but what good is it when the primer to get water to the pump is stuck took apart still won't prime anyone have this trouble don't want to throw away but what good is it very frustrated
by Bil McArthur
Works well...a little TOO well. Once it was established, it does a great job. Priming is a little tricky, so what I did was install the canister top then fill it with tank water before installing the valve block. That way you don't need to use the primer. Once filled, insert and lock down the valve block and power it on. Just run for 10 seconds and power off for 5, then on and off again until all the air is evacuated. It IS on the noisy side, but once inside a cabinet, it's fine. ONLY suggestion I'd make is to get a spraybar for it. Output is a bit...enthusiastic.