Syncra HF 12.0 Pump (3200 GPH) - Sicce

Sicce Syncra HF 12.0 Pump (3200 GPH)
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Syncra HF 12.0 Pump (3200 GPH) - Sicce

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SKU: 207740
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Sicce Syncra HF (High Performance) pumps combine new electronic engineering of the motor to ensure optimal performance while still being quiet and energy-efficient. Syncra HF pumps can be used for a variety of uses in wet or dry application. Use in salt or freshwater.
  • Output: 3200 GPH

  • Maximum Head Height: 17 Ft

  • Power Consumption: 165W

  • Inlet: 1 1/2" Male NPT

  • Outlet: 1 1/2" Male NPT

  • Dimensions: 6.29" x 11.38" x 6.69"

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Sicce Syncra HF Spec Sheet


  • 3 Year Manufacturer's Warranty with online registration
  • Synchronous, permanent-magnet motor and advanced rotor result in 100% silent operation
  • Adjustable flow rate
  • Ceramic shaft and bearings
  • Durable rotor and shaft
  • Applications: saltwater and freshwater aquariums, gardens, fountains, water cooling, drainage
  • Submersible or external in-line use
  • CE, ETL and CETL listed
  • 7.40psi

Quick Compare - Sicce Syncra Silent Submersible Pumps

Model No. Flow Rate Power Consumption Amps Head Maximum Inlet/Outlet Dimension (Inches)
0.5 185 GPH 8W .12 4 Ft 0.5" - 0.7" 3.5" x 1.9" x 2.8"
1.0 251 GPH 16W .25 5 Ft 0.5" - 0.7" 3.5" x 1.9" x 2.8"
1.5 357 GPH 23W .43 6 Ft 0.6" - 0.8" 4.0" x 2.4" x 3.1"
2.0 568 GPH 35W .65 6.5 Ft 0.8" - 1" 4.8" x 3.3" x 4.1"
3.0 714 GPH 48W .43 9.9 Ft 0.8" - 1" 4.8" x 3.3" x 4.1"
3.5 660 GPH 68W .7 12.5 Ft 1" - 1.2"/0.8" - 1" 6.8" x 3.9" x 4.6"
4.0 951 GPH 85W .85 12.5 Ft 1" - 1.2"/0.8" - 1" 6.8" x 3.9" x 4.6"
5.0 1321 GPH 105W .95 12.6 Ft 1" - 1.2"/0.8" - 1" 6.8" x 3.9" x 4.6"
HF 10.0 2500 GPH 145W 1.7 16.4 Ft 1" Barb - 1" MPT 11.38" x 6.29" x 6.69"
HF 12.0 3200 GPH 165W 1.9 17.05 Ft 1.5" 11.38" x 6.29" x 6.69"
HF 16.0 4200 GPH 190W 2.0 15.4 Ft 1.5" 11.38" x 6.29" x 6.69"


3 Items

  • Good Flow but loud vibrations By Matt on 2/23/2017

    I bought this for my 210 with 60 sump (tank and sump are built into the wall in the basement). It has good strong flow but was very loud. I hard plumbed it at first. The vibration going through the pipes could be felt upstairs and it was too loud next to the tank. I tried some soft hose to connect to hard plumbing as well. It knocked down the noise a bit but not enough to make me keep this pump in operation. I used it for 3 days and bought the Vectra L1. If it wasn't for the vibration noise I would still use it. I am going to use this pump for a fountain outside now.
  • Work horse and reliable. By Mark on 11/24/2014

    I have been using this pump in my basement sump for 6 months. Approx 11 feet of head pressure. I feed my BRS dual reactor off the return line also. So far its been very reliable. I prefer German and Italian equipment because of great quality. You pay more, but peace of mind is worth it. This is the heart of your system. And only 165 watts. Pump can be run internal or external. I run mine internal and it provides about 90% of the heat for my tank. Only issue is some harmonic vibration, but its not bad. I could probably clean it up with some adjustments on my part. I now need to buy another one for backup and to rotate for cleaning.
  • Awesome By Mel on 4/9/2014

    A bit of a hummer but delivers as advertised


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Product Questions

I working on putting together a 125 gal saltwater tank with 2 drilled over flows with a 40 gal to 50 gal refugium sump. My question is if plumb both return lines together, will one pump do the trick? Or is is better to get 2 separate pumps to run 2 separate return lines?
Question by: Billy on Jul 25, 2016 5:48:00 PM
Hi Billy,
It is very common for a single return pump to feed two or more return lines. We usually prefer a single pump (less things to go wrong) and always keep a second pump as a back-up just in case something happens to the first one. Just keep in mind that water always will follow the path of least resistance, and if you have a short path to one return and a longer one to the other, you may get more flow out of the closer one to the return pump. A couple Cepex ball valves will help you control the flow between the return jets.
Answer by: Charlie (Admin) on Jul 26, 2016 7:42:00 AM
Hi, it says adjustable flow rate where or how do you adjust the rate? Thank you
Question by: Dave on Oct 7, 2017 7:46:00 PM
Hey there,
Thanks for getting in touch with us in regards to flow rate adjusting on this pump. This adjustment is done by moving a small clip that blocks the intake. I personally would not use this but instead install a ball valve above the pump in order to change the flow. Please let me know if there is anything else that we can assist with. Thanks!
Answer by: Tyler Schafer (Admin) on Oct 14, 2017 2:12:00 PM