Seltz D 1600 Controllable Aquarium Pump (1600 GPH) - Hydor USA (DISCONTINUED)

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Hydor Seltz D Controllable Pumps are amazingly versatile and can be used for many different applications. Rated for internal or external applications, it shines as a super-silent return pump but can also be used to feed an expanding manifold or closed loop pump. The controllable flow rate lets you only use the power required for the flow you desire. Each pump comes with an intake strainer and multiple tubing connectors that let you easily connect the pump to your current plumbing if you want to upgrade your old and inefficient AC powered pump. 

  • Included flow controller
  • Rotatable volute for max versatility
  • Can be used internally or externally
  • More flow with less power consumed
  • Six preset flow rates with 5-minute feed mode
  • Includes intake strainer and multiple barbed outlets
  • Simple plug & play operation



Dimensions - 7.6" L x 3.5" W x 4.7" H

Max Flow - 1600 GPH

Max Head - 13.5 Feet

Max Watt - 60W

Outlet Size - 3/4", 1" or 1.25" Tubing

Power Cable Length - 6 Feet


What's Included?

1x Seltz D 1600 Aquarium Pump

1x Seltz D Pump Controller

1x 3/4" Tubing Adapter

1x  1" Tubing Adapter

1x 1 1/4" Tubing Adapter

2x Intake Ring Nuts

1x Intake Screen Guard

1x Power Supply

More Information
Product Name Seltz D 1600 Controllable Aquarium Pump (1600 GPH) - Hydor USA (DISCONTINUED)
SKU 212155
UPC 841421012346
Variable Speed Yes
Max Head Height 10 - 15 Feet
Wattage 60W
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Product Questions

I didn't find any warranty information posted on this product. Any information is appreciated.
Question by: Jeremy on May 27, 2019, 11:22 PM
Hey Jeremy,
Thank you for reaching out to us. Hydor has a 2 year from date of purchase warranty on all our parts/products.

Please let us know if you have any further questions and take care!
Answer by: Matt Lucero on May 29, 2019, 3:42 PM
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