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30 NUVO Fusion Micro Long AIO Aquarium (Tank Only) (DISCONTINUED)

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Innovative Marine designed their All In One Fusion tank series with the premium features of the SR-Series with the customization of the Nuvo tanks resulting in an aquarium with 10-15% more capacity, and low iron glass for exceptional viewing.

What's Included?

  • 30 gallon Nuvo Fusion All In One Aquarium
  • Return Pump
  • Return Jet plumbing
  • 2x 200 micron felt filter socks


Build a welcoming environment for yourself in your home or office with the most advanced AIO in its class. Keeping in line with the features of their award winning successor, the 30 gallon Fusion Micro Long has generous display space for aquascaping and a redesigned filter wall for current and future Innovative Marine products in mind. By raising the bar on what comes standard you get to live large in a small space.

Aquarium Features

  • 30 Gallon Capacity
  • 8 mm High Clarity Glass - Low Iron
  • Aluminum Framed Mesh Screen Lid with Clips
  • Dimensions of Display Aquarium: 36" x 11" x 13"
  • Flat Polish
  • Diamond Edge Polished
  • Black Silicone
  • Acrylic Filter Wall with Dual Overflow Boxes
  • (2) Removable 200 micron filter socks
  • (2) Adjustable Return Flare Nozzles
  • 476 GPH Pump - 45W
  • Designated Heater Column
  • Designated Skimmer/Reactor Column



  • Tank Dimensions: 36" x 15" x 13"


Lighting not included

More Information
Product Name 30 NUVO Fusion Micro Long AIO Aquarium (Tank Only) - Innovative Marine (DISCONTINUED)
SKU 208659
Out of stock message DISCONTINUED
Short name for grouped product Fusion Micro 30L Tank
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Product Questions

Can this be configured for a fresh water aquascape tank ?
If so any suggestions for media, lighting, add ones etc
Question by: Terry on Mar 30, 2019, 12:06 PM
Hey there-

Thank you for reaching out to us! This can make for a great planted freshwater tank. For media I would recommend a solid planted substrate, with ADA amazonia being my personal favorite (I would go for the power-type as the smaller grain size will give your aquarium a larger feeling). For lighting I have been a big fan of the Kessil Tuna Suns for my planted tanks with the new X-series having separate amber and red channels that make for very realistic sunrises/sunsets. Otherwise the Sun Blaze would be the most budget-friendly option and even come with 6500k bulbs included. No other add ones or media are required.

Have a great day! :)
Answer by: Brad Ohmann on Apr 3, 2019, 6:39 PM
Hey Guys, I recently purchased this model tank, and was curious how long the cycling should take? The store i went to said i could add fish as soon as 1-2 weeks....

I dont want to harm any new inhabitants. How long should I wait to put in, lets say, a clownfish?
Question by: Spencer K on Jan 7, 2019, 9:24 PM
Thank you for reaching out to Bulk Reef Supply! On average it takes a full month to cycle a tank. There are products that claim to cycle a tank faster but I would still wait the full month to be safe.Testing your water throughout the cycle is a great way to closer monitor if it is safe for livestock or not. You will want to wait on adding livestock until there is no longer ammonia or nitrites present. I hope this was helpful. Please reach back out if you have any further questions!

I hope this was helpful. Please reach back out if you have any further questions!
Answer by: Ashley on Jan 8, 2019, 11:57 AM
Does the 30 NUVO Fusion (Tank Only) come with the leveling mat??
Question by: James Holt on Nov 21, 2017, 1:16 AM
The Innovative Marine 30 Gallon Aquariums do include a leveling mat
Answer by: Charlie on Nov 24, 2017, 11:22 AM
What’s the difference between the fusion series and the others?
Question by: Bob baylis on Oct 28, 2017, 3:35 PM
Hey there,

The Fusion series is sort of the standard sizes and dimensions. The SR series stands for Shallow Reef and features tanks with shorter heights which can be easier to aquascape and light. The Lagoon tanks have a notably wider front to back profile and are even shallower, making great shallow lagoon tanks.

Hope this helps!
Answer by: Zack on Nov 17, 2017, 3:48 PM
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