Finnex TH Deluxe Titanium Heating Element with Plastic Guard

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Titanium heating tubes are virtually unbreakable, and corrosion resistant allowing the use in salt or freshwater aquariums. The titanium housing will resist damage a traditional heater would normally encounter while also providing another level of protection with the use of a plastic guard which helps keep other pieces of equipment and livestock from coming in direct contact with the heating tube.


The Finnex TH series of heating tubes do not come with any type of temperature control. We suggest a simple heater controller like the Cobalt Neo-stat, or our preferred heater controller is a ReefKeeper Lite Controller. Any temperature control device will work, the heaters only require a grounded outlet to plug into.


Three Sizes Available:


300W Deluxe – 40-80 Gallon tanks


500W Deluxe – 70-130 Gallon tanks


800W Deluxe – 140-265 Gallon tanks

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  • Quick Overview

Titanium heating tubes are virtually unbreakable, and corrosion resistant allowing the use in salt or freshwater aquariums. The titanium housing will resist damage a traditional heater would normally encounter while also providing another level of protection with the use of a plastic guard which helps keep other pieces of equipment and livestock from coming in direct contact with the heating tube.

The Finnex TH series of heating tubes do not come with any type of temperature control. We suggest a simple heater controller like the Cobalt Neo-stat, or our preferred heater controller is a ReefKeeper Lite Controller. Any temperature control device will work, the heaters only require a grounded outlet to plug into.

Three Sizes Available:

300W Deluxe – 40-80 Gallon tanks

500W Deluxe – 70-130 Gallon tanks

800W Deluxe – 140-265 Gallon tanksMore

Finnex TH Deluxe Titanium Heating Element with Plastic Guard

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300 Watt TH Heating Element
SKU: 209869

reg. $38.99

Special Price: $35.09

 
 
500 Watt TH Heating Element
SKU: 209870

reg. $45.99

Special Price: $41.39

 
 
800 Watt TH Heating Element
SKU: 209871

reg. $52.99

Special Price: $47.69

 

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I am heating a 125 gallon aquarium controlled by an apex system. Would you guys recommend the 500w or 800w? Also I could not find anywhere that stated whether or not this heater is full submersible?
Question by: Jon Bates on May 19, 2016 10:58:00 PM
Great question! I would recommend the 800watt, and they are fully submersible.
Answer by: Carter (Admin) on May 24, 2016 11:51:00 AM
Would this be safe to use in an acrylic sump?
Question by: Andrew on Mar 16, 2016 7:58:00 AM
Great question!
When used in conjunction with a temp controller or aquarium controller this will work great! Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Mar 16, 2016 11:23:00 AM
Is there any kind of indicator on the heater itself, to visually show when it is on or off?
Question by: Fawn on Jul 16, 2016 1:30:00 PM
Hi Fawn,
The Titanium Heating Tubes do not actually have any status indicator on the heaters or the electrical cord. If you wanted to have an indicator light, you could share the outlet that the heater is plugged into with a small LED light to indicate that it is on.
Answer by: Charlie (Admin) on Jul 18, 2016 8:45:00 AM
I have only 12 inches in my sump for a heater and my water volume is around 150 gallons. Would using 2 300watt heaters work? I will have them connected to my Apex.
Question by: Jack Carpenter on Apr 13, 2016 9:31:00 PM
Great question!
Two of the 300 watt heaters will work great on a 150 gallon tank at the minimum wattage for heaters. Controlling with the apex will help the heaters to run at the correct temperature. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Apr 19, 2016 10:22:00 AM
If connecting two 300w heaters to the reef keeper lite, would they both plug into the same controlled outlet via a 2-to-1 adapter or would they each take up their own controlled outlet on the controller?
Question by: David Danis on May 24, 2016 10:18:00 PM
Great question! This should work just fine.
Answer by: Carter (Admin) on May 26, 2016 11:52:00 AM
How would I hook the 500watt heater to the apex?
Question by: ramon rivera on Mar 24, 2016 3:02:00 PM
Great question!
You can plug the heater into outlet 4 or 8 for perfect control. The temp probe can be assigned to the outlet and turn the heater on and off. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Mar 24, 2016 3:57:00 PM

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Quick Compare - Finnex Deluxe Titanium Heating Tubes

ModelAmperage @ 115VRecommended Tank Size (Gallons)Powder Cord to WallHeating Tube
TH-300 300W 2.7 A 40-80 74" 10"
TH-500 500W 4.5 A 70-130 73.5" 14"
TH-800 800W 9 A 140-265 73" 16.5"

 

  • Resists corrosion
  • Virtually unbreakable
  • Fast heating
  • Requires heating controller to operate


Requires Separate Temperature Controller - We suggest either the Cobalt Neo-Stat, or the ReefKeeper Lite Controller if you do not already have a temperature controlling device.

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  • Fast efficient heat By Mike on 4/25/2016

    I put 2 500w heaters on my 325g sps system after struggling with Rheims and aqueons which either failed, broke or generally slowed down. It took the heaters less than 30 minutes to heat 300 gallons from 75.8 to 76.8. You MUST use a temp sensor with these to shut them on and off. 100% recommended.
  • Nice addition to good heater By joe on 3/6/2016

    I've been using both the Finnex heating element and their controller (which unfortunately BRS does not sell). They both have worked great for > 3 yrs, and the controller keeps my tank within 1/2 deg F. The newest variation of the heater now has a plastic guard with two suction cup feet, which works well. I needed a new heating element to upgrading of tank size.