- Extra Long Power Cord
- Increases Water Circulation
- Fits Seamlessly With Aquarium Co-Op Sponge Filter
Now available - The new Aquarium Co-Op Power Head. No need to rearrange your entire system to find a plug for it, since the included extra long power cord measures 11.8 feet to reach any outlet. It can be used on its own or with the Aquarium Co-Op Sponge Filter to create a more powerful filtration system. The power head itself works by sending water up through the bottom intake and pumping it out the top horizontally across the aquarium. Ideal for any aquarium in need of increased circulation. Circulating over 200 gallons per hour, this power head is suitable for even larger aquariums to provide additional flow as needed.
I got an Aquarium Co-op sponge filter to replace an HOB on a goldfish tank because there was so much waste that it was destroying the filter. The sponge filter could not keep up with the waste and the water turned very cloudy. I put this on top of the filter and oh man, the water is clearer than I have ever seen it. Crystal clear. The power head/sponge filter combo is amazingly powerful. A huge bonus is that I had to clean the HOB every three days because of so much waste, but with this, somehow I can go much longer without worrying about it.
Great product. I will be purchasing more in the future.
Such an awesome, versatile product from the awesome peeps at aquarium co-op. It works great for filtration when added to a sponge filter and helps to create flow in the tank as well.
I currently use this power head and a Co-op intake sponge to do water changes on my tanks, it seriously cuts down on the time it takes to clean my seven tanks. I also use another one on a sponge filter to add some extra flow in a 75. I highly recommend this to any one looking to purchase it.
I purchased the powerhead for my 20 gallon long planted tank mainly to eliminate dead spots and keep a nice flow. I attached it too a medium co op spongefilter and it really works well. I have been running it about a month now, and at first for my 20 gallon long it was a bit strong, but my fish seemed to absolutely love it, spending most of their time swimming in the current. After about a month of running its slowed its flow down (due to the sponge collecting debris) to what i would consider perfect for my aquarium. I am very pleased with it so far