Turbelle Stream 6155 Controllable (1050 to 3950 GPH) - Tunze

Tunze Turbelle Stream 6155 Controllable
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Turbelle Stream 6155 Controllable (1050 to 3950 GPH) - Tunze

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Why does BRS recommend this?


Tunze Controllable pumps have been around for years and year with a great reputation.  Tunze now includes a controller with all their controllable powerheads which greatly increases their value. The Turbelle pumps are very quiet, and for everything you get the price is hard to beat.


INCLUDES CONTROLLER


German-made Tunze powerheads are the best high flow powerheads available. They are smaller and can be hidden in the aquarium easier than competing brands. Tunze pumps can be configured in a wide range of positions to target any area of the tank.



  • For aquariums up 800 gallons

  • Controllable* flow rate: 1,050 to 3,950 GPH

  • Energy consumption: Maximum of 52W

  • Voltage/frequency: 100-240V/50-60Hz

  • Cable length: 196.8”

  • Diameter: 3.5”

  • Output diameter 2.4”

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Tunze pumps are excellent high flow powerheads for a number of reasons

  • They are the smallest pumps available and easy to hide.
  • They rotate to a wide range of angles for targeted flow.
  • They consume less power.
  • Available accessories such as the Tunze Rock and Controllers make them even more user-friendly.
  • Excellent warranty and customer service.

 

High flow is very important to maintaining a thriving healthy aquarium. Aquariums with poor flow can experience a number of easily avoidable health issue. Using high flow powerheads in your aquarium will:

  • Significantly decrease the risk of algae outbreaks.
  • Keep waste and particles suspended longer so skimmers and filters have a better chance of removing them.
  • Prevent toxic pockets from forming in hard to reach areas.
  • Keep debris from collecting on corals.
  • Keep food suspended longer so you can add less food.
  • Increase the chances of long term healthy tank success.

 

Quick Compare - Tunze Powerhead Pumps

ModelFlow Rate
(GPH)
Energy UseDiameterOutput DiameterControllableTank Size
(Recommended)
Turbelle Nanostream 6015 475 3.5W 2.7" 1.5"/.59"

No

10-55 Gal
Turbelle Nanostream 6020 660 5W 2.7" 1.5"/.59"

No

5-100 Gal
Turbelle Nanostream 6025 740 5W 2.7" 1.5"/.59"

No

10-55 Gal
Turbelle Nanostream 6040 53-1190 5W 2.7" 1.5"/.59"

Yes

5-135 Gal
Turbelle Nanostream 6045 400-1175 5-7W 2.7" 1.5"/.59" Adjustable 10-135 Gal
Turbelle Nanostream 6055 250-1450 4-18W 2.7" 1.5"/.59" Yes 10-135 Gal
Turbelle Stream 6065 1700 12W 3.5" 1.96" No 65-210 Gal
Turbelle Stream 6085 2100 14W 3.5" 1.96" No 105-265 Gal
Turbelle Stream 6105 700-3400 35W 3.5" 2.48" Yes 50-525 Gal
Turbelle Stream 6125 3150 22W 3.5" 2.48" No 105-525 Gal
Turbelle Stream 6155 1050-3950 < 52W 3.5" 2.4" Yes up to 800 Gal
Turbelle Stream 6255 1300-4800 < 58W 3.5" 3" Yes up to 1100 Gal

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  • good pump with some issues By medtoad on 10/25/2016

    Got a couple of these pumps to replace another brand of wave pumps that kept breaking. So far (about three months) very happy with really one issue. The pumps a super quiet (I have to put my ear next to the pump with nothing on in the room to hear them) and move a lot of water. It took some fiddling with the wave controller to get the pulse I wanted, but that is good now too. My big complaint would be the attachment of the pump to the magnet. It spontaneously came off a couple times and then the powerhead wrecked havoc in the tank totally clearing over a third of the sand from the bottom of my 320 gallon peninsula tank. Huge mess and I was really annoyer. I solved it by supergluing these pieces on my pumps together, but shouldn't have been an issue in the first place.