- Ruby Sump 30 - Trigger Systems
- Dimensions: 30″ long x 14″ wide x 15″ high
- Drain/Skimmer Section: 11″ x 13.5″
- Center/Refugium Section: 9.5″ x 13.5″
- Return Pump Section: 6″ x 13.5″
- Total Water Volume: 25.0 gallons
- Skimmer Water Level: 9.5″ fixed
The RUBY series sumps are loaded with features and come with the trademark dark RUBY translucent red material. RUBY sumps have the same designs as the CRYSTAL but have the following differences:
- Same or slightly larger dimensions
- RUBY red coloring to block light and prevent unwanted algae growth in other sections
- Probe holder
Some additional features of the RUBY sumps are:
- Locking Filter Sock Holder
- Dual platforms (SUMP model)
- Adjustable Water Height (ELITE and CUBE models)
- Protein Skimmer section
- Refugium section
Adjustable Water Level
Water level in the sump is adjustable on the following RUBY sumps:
- RUBY20C Cube from 7” to 9.5”
- RUBY30E and RUBY36E Elite from 7” to 10”
This feature is to accommodate for the water height requirements for different protein skimmers.
All RUBY sumps come with a probe holder that can hold up to three probes. The holes are 0.63” in diameter.
Locking Filter Sock Holder
Filter socks snap and lock into the filter sock holders to secure the filter sock from falling out when it becomes clogged and needs to be cleaned or replaced. The 4” filter socks are 100 micron rating.
Draw String Tabs
Tabs are located on the top support brace in front of the 1” bulkhead fittings (which are included). The purpose of these tabs is to provide a location for tying off 7” diameter filter socks that have draw strings.
RUBY SUMP models come with dual platforms in the space before the return section. The top platform comes with a foam block filter and the bottom one is open to use for several different filtration methods (bag of carbon, bio balls, rubble rock, etc.). This feature is on the SUMP model only.
Another Excellent BRS product By Scott on 6/8/2018Scott would recommend this product to a friendNice to have a company that whittles down the competition to just offer premium products. Trigger sumps are one of the best out there. The Ruby 30 continues the tradition with thick acrylic, European trim to further strengthen their sumps, and great quality control. I did lengthen the PCV pipes into the filter socks to essentially make no noise of water entering the sump. Salt water aquariums are an expensive hobby with beautiful display tanks where the sump should look the part also. Proud to have my stand open for friends to see the workings behind the scenes. Would recommend highly. Just bought an Emerald 39 for my larger tank to continue the tradition. I fo have a synergy sump but Triggers have been my go to sump.
AWESOME sump By Kurt on 7/19/2017Kurt would recommend this product to a friendI had this sump on my 80-gallon reef tank for over a year. Loved it and still do. The color and polish job on this sump are awesome. I've been a fan of Trigger systems from the very first sump I bought from them. I've had many tank and sumps in this hobby and I would recommend any Trigger systems products.
Great Addition By Mike on 3/15/2017Mike would recommend this product to a friendI upgraded my system to included the Trigger Ruby 36. It is well built, good looking and very functional. Word of advice - buy extra sock filters. They clog up fast. Something to consider, skimmer size. I upgraded to the Skimz Monzter 203DC which was a tight fit. It made changing the filter socks a bit of a challenge. Overall, very happy and would highly recommend this sump.
Good choice By Marquise on 2/17/2017Marquise would recommend this product to a friendI added this to my tank after two sumps cracked. Built to last and it looks amazing
No Brainer By Francisco on 4/6/2016Francisco would recommend this product to a friendwould recommend to any with a reef tank Well made and built to last
Is this sump big enough for a 210 gallon?
When it comes to sumps you can really use any size sump you wish. We would always suggest going with the largest sump that will fit the space provided along with the budget. Usually, when choosing a sump, the one thing you will want to pick out along with it will be the skimmer and that you can fit a properly sized skimmer in the space provided by the sump.
If you have any other questions just let us know.
Will this be good for a 125 gallon reef ready tank?
I understand that the Drain/Skimmer Section measures: 11″ x 13.5″. However, I am not clear about how big of a skimmer can actually fit in this section since in includes the drain and filter socks. Will either the Omega 180i Protein Skimmer or Vertex Omega 150 fit in the sump area?
The edges of the eurobrace on the sump will extend 1.5" into either side. For direct reference both the 150 and the 180i will fit perfectly into the skimmer section! Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions!
Can i put a omega 130 in a sump ruby 30s
The sump will have a skimmer area of 11 x 13.5" and the skimmer is only 11 x 8.5 and will fit well!
What pump would you recommend for a 100 gallon reef and this sump
Reef Octopus Classic 150INT 6” Internal Protein Skimmer
Would the above skimmer fit in the skimmer section of this sump? The skimmer I believe says 12" x 8.5" needed room? I am not positive however, though the sumps says 11" x 13.5". I am aware that the first measurement would not fit as12" is to large for the 11" section. My question is if I rotated the skimmer to change the measurements would the skimmer and sump work the same if it was organized in a system of 8.5" x 12" instead of what is currently stated? Allowing the sumps 11" x 13.5" to work fine with the skimmers rotated/altered measurement of 8.5" x 12"?
As a new "rookie" reefer, what else will I need for a sump? I know a skimmer, but what about piping, pumps, ATO's etc. I already have a DA Reef Keeper Lite, and a heater. Was just wondering about the piping and return pumps, or any other filtration media etc....
Will the Reef Octopus 150 INT 6" fit in the Drain/Skimmer Section?
It looks like it will but just want to double check
The 150INT may fit in the section, but I would bear in mind that the filter socks do take up some of the width, and the pump from the skimmer would likely intrude a bit into this area. It would be a tight fit, so just bear this in mind.