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CompactON 5000 (1320 GPH) - Eheim

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210771
$204.99

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Eheim CompactON pumps are made to save space while providing high flow. Each pump is made with quality materials making them very efficient and super quiet.

  • 1320 GPH Max Flow
  • 11.8 FT Max Head Height
  • Electronic Control
  • Submersible or External Use
  • Suction Cup Mounting
  • High Flow with Low Power Consumption

 

Each Eheim CompactON pumps are made with high-quality parts in a space saving package. Using quality parts allows the pump to be super quiet while providing more flow per watt than most competitors AC powered pumps. The pumps come with suction cup mounting feet isolating any vibration. They also include an output barb fitting and an intake barb fitting allowing you to connect soft tubing to the pump within seconds. 

 

Specifications:

Max Flow - 1320 GPH

Max Head - 11.8 FT

Dimensions - 6.0" L x 3.6" W x 5.6" H

Output Tube Size - 1" Barb

Power Consumption - 70W @ 120VAC

 

What's Included?

1x Eheim CompactON 5000 Pump

1x Volute Assembly

1x Intake Screen

1x Output Fitting

1x Intake Fitting

4x Suction Cups

1x Mounting Base

 

Owners Manual

More Information
Product Name CompactON 5000 (1320 GPH) - Eheim
SKU 210771
UPC 720686001893
Variable Speed No
Max Head Height 10 - 15 Feet
Included Mounting Suction Cup
Wattage 70W
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Product Questions

Can you confirm what depth dimension for the pump? Looking to see what the min depth is for the pump. Data shows 6" but I'm wondering if that is which the long suction tube installed.
Question by: Chris deNijs on Nov 19, 2017, 6:49 PM
Hey there,
The listed pump dimensions are for the pump body only and don't include the added height/length of optional fittings. Typically I would try to have the pump completely submersed to ensure the water level is high enough to avoid sucking in air.

Have a great day!
Answer by: Zack on Nov 24, 2017, 4:07 PM
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