Reef Octopus Classic 110INT 4” Internal Protein Skimmer
- Manufacturer Rated for tanks up to 100 gallons
- BRS recommended for tanks up to 75 gallons
In sump skimmer. Powered by Aquatrance 1000 pump with an improved venturi design and pinwheel impeller. Built with high quality acrylic. Gate valve allows for more precise control of water level. 1/2" clearance required to remove collection cup for easy cleaning.
- Reef Octopus 4" Classic INT Skimmer CLSC-110INT
- Dimensions: 10.6" x 6.75" x 19.75"
- Manufacturer rates skimmer for tanks up to 100 gallons
- BRS Recommends this skimmer for tanks up to 75 gallons
- Powered by Aquatrance 1000 pump
- High performance venturi air injection system
- Modified cone neck design designed for easy transition of micro bubbles into cup
- Precision controlled gate valve
- In sump only
- 1 year warranty on skimmer and pump
- Metric plumbing parts.
|Product Name||Reef Octopus Classic 110INT 4” Internal Protein Skimmer|
|Maximum System Volume||76 - 100 Gallons|
|Recommended Tank Size||51 - 100 Gallons|
|Skimmer Body Types||Internal, Standard|
|Power Cord Length||6 Feet|
This skimmer will work well in 7"-9" of water. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
This could work with a very light bio-load not too many fish, most likely around 4-5 and a lite feeding. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
If you are looking for a skimmer that has a feed for the water intake we would suggest looking into a recirculating skimmer since they require some type of source to be fed into the skimmer from another pump, or overflow. By plumbing a source water into the intake of the venturi you may change the characteristics of how the pump runs and pulls air.
Just an FYI the protein skimmers we carry are designed to work with saltwater only and will not be effective in freshwater.
Unfortunately with those dimensions it would not fit in any orientation.
Thank you for reaching out to us. Yes, it will fit that sump.
Tank 35 x 25 (13.8”x9.8”)
Skimmer Dimensions: 10.6" x 6.75" x 19.75"
The footprint of the skimmer is about 11x7 so you will want to make sure that you have atleast that much space for it.
I apologize for the broken "Questions" feature, I'll have our web team look into it if they are not already aware of the issue.
For the initial water level setting I would set it at the wavy line on the skimmer body and adjust from there as the skimmer breaks in and you can determine how the skimmer behaves in your particular set up. If you are not getting any skimmate in the cup after 24 hours you can slowly raise the water level in the skimmer until you do at which point you can make fine adjustments to get the desired amount of water/skimmate in the cup. Some people like to skim "wet" (lighter colored liquid) while others like to skim dry (darker colored liquid).
I hope this helps!
Have a great day :)