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Pentair Aquatics

80 Watt Smart UV High Output UV Sterilizer

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$837.93 $985.80

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The Leader in UV Serilizers for Reef Aquariums

  • Reduce waterborne bacteria and algae
  • Easily achieve crystal clear water
  • Multiple sizes available to perfectly suit your aquarium setup

 

Using a properly sized UV sterilizer is one of the easiest ways to promote a healthy environment for your fish and corals. When tuned to the right flow rate, there will be a reduction in waterborne algae spores, bacteria, and even fish disease and parasites. In addition, you'll notice crystal clear water without having to use any filter media like carbon.

SMART UV units have a 5 ¾" diameter housing and the slip unions accommodate 2", 2.5”, or 3” piping systems (reducers included). Each model features low pressure lamps with remote-style ballasts and 16' power cords (10’ cable to ballast and 6’ cord). The UV sterilizer bodies are built of a UV-resistant, high density polymer with a removable end cap to provide easy access. Internal viewing ports allow visual indication of lamp status.

Note: 50, 80, and 120 watt units are dual voltage 115/230VAC; 150 watt units can be ordered in either 115VAC or 230VAC

 

Specifications

  • Number of Lamps: 1
  • Suggested Water Flow Rate (Algae & Bacteria): 2700 GPH
  • Suggested Water Flow Rate (Protozoa Bacteria): 420 GPH
  • Input Watts: 80 watts
  • Voltage: 120/240V
  • UV-C Output Watts: 27 watts
  • UV Body Length: 45"
  • UV Body Diameter: 5.75"
  • Inlet/Outlet Size: Accommodates 2", 2.5”, or 3” plumbing (reducers included)

 

What's Included?

80 Watt Smart UV High Output UV Sterilizer

Power Supply

Reducer Fittings

UV Lamp

Quartz Sleeve

More Information
Pump Included No
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Product Questions

How is it a smart UV? It doesn’t even come wth a pump?
Question by: Mike perry on Feb 25, 2024, 9:16 PM
Hey there,
Thank you for reaching out to us. The smart portion is part of the product name. Please let me know if you need anything further.
Answer by: Thomas Wofle (BRS Staff) on Mar 1, 2024, 10:31 AM
How long should an 80 watt or 40 watt light be on for? Is there a different length of time for Protozoa vs algae?
Question by: Carson on Jan 22, 2024, 8:39 PM
Hey there,
Thank you for reaching out to us. Depending on your inhabitants and more importantly the corals, the lighting can and should vary. I run my tanks at a 10 hour light schedule with a 1 hour ramp up and a 1 hour ramp down included. Please let me know if you need anything further.
Answer by: Thomas Wofle (BRS Staff) on Feb 7, 2024, 12:49 PM