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MICRA Pump (90 GPH) - Sicce

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207729
$21.99

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Sicce's Mi Mouse pump is a fully submersible, compact pump with the suction inlet on the bottom for optimum operation with low water levels. Small size is great for indoor or outdoor fountains, aquariums, and terrariums.

  • Output: 90 GPH
  • Max Head Height: 1.9 Ft
  • Flow Regulator
  • Power Consumption: 6W
  • Outlet Tube Adapter Size: 1/2 or 3/8"
  • Dimensions: 1.69" x 2.24" x 2.04"
  • Silent operation

 

Features:

  • 2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee
  • Driven by a permanent magnet type synchronous motor
  • Adjustable flow rate
  • Stainless steel shaft
  • Interchangeable sponge filter
  • Applications: aquariums, terrariums, internal or external fountains, landscaping construction and for any application which requires the recirculation of water.
  • Submersible
  • Connections: 1/2" (13mm) inside diameter for rigid piping or 12mm inside diameter for flexible hose
  • CE & UL listed

 

Sicce Micra Instruction Manual

Sicce Micra Pump Product Sheet

 

More Information
Product Name MICRA Pump (90 GPH) - Sicce
SKU 207729
UPC 8011469999646
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Product Questions

Is this too fast for kalk? If so what pump would you reccomend? I need it to have a decent max head head and I'd like it to be under $30. Thanks!
Question by: Anthony on Nov 23, 2016, 11:12 PM
Great question! Although this pump may be a decent option for an ATO/Kalk situation, you may be better served incorporating that dosing with a full ATO product. Otherwise, I would recommend using a DIY Kalk dripping type of setup. You can find videos and DIY examples of this on the most popular saltwater hobbyist forums and on our YouTube channel! :-)

Answer by: Randy on Nov 24, 2016, 12:30 AM
I want too set up a 5gal bucket too top off water for the tank. How does the flow rate need too be on the pump. I'm looking too just put a pump an fill it on my own, when needed too. Wondering what kind of pump I should use. How should I make it simple and not lift a bucket of water too use that way. Just trying too set up a 5gal bucket next too the tank and use a pump ever 2 or 3 days too make easier too top off with. If you can point me out an tell me what pump too use and make the job easier for me. Looking for just a submersible pump and easy too turn on/off when needed.
Question by: Jose Ortiz on Apr 21, 2016, 8:42 PM
Great question!
The Micro would be a great option as a simple low flow pump to top off water!
Answer by: Connor on Apr 26, 2016, 9:10 PM