Air pumps have many different uses around the aquarium, from powering under-gravel filters, to protein skimmers a simple air pump is always a smart idea to have on hand. Pair up a Silent Air pump with a sponge filter to make a perfect and easy to care for hospital, or quarantine tank with minimal investment.
The rubber base-pad keeps the air pump running silent while in operation. The base-pad also has integrated mounting screw holes for increased flexibility depending on where you need to mount the pump.
Silent Air X3
- Good for tanks up to 30 gallons
- Single output accepts standard 3/16" airline tubing
- No lubrication required
- 31" power cord
- 5 year limited warranty
1x Silent Air X3 Pump
useless pump By Trever on 4/12/2017Trever wouldn't recommend this product to a friendThis pump was to weak to produce any air flow 6" underwater with 2' of tubing. Would highly recommend you get the next size up. I know BRS works hard to make sure they have quality products and I'm not sure how this one ended up on their site.
Garbage By Jason on 11/1/2016Jason wouldn't recommend this product to a friendWeak pump, barely get a dribble off a stone with only 1' of hose.
Unfortunate - stay away By Anthony on 10/3/2016Anthony wouldn't recommend this product to a friendI ordered this for acclimation of new fish. I love BRS, and have been satisfied with nearly everything I've gotten. However, the first unit turned on, but had 0 airflow. BRS was kind enough to send a replacement, but that also failed to work. I hope they find a more reliable manufacturer. Even if it costs more, the extra $$ would be worth it to avoid the inconvenience.
Trash By Ryan on 9/8/2016Ryan wouldn't recommend this product to a friendPurchased this pump to use in my QT with sponge filter. Air coming out of pump was not powerful enough to keep water from entering inside the tubing at a depth of 12". Beyond 30 day return policy so in the garbage it goes!
Below Average By Brau on 8/10/2016Brau wouldn't recommend this product to a friendAlthough the price is right and ran quiet, mine only lasted 3 days before the plastic piece holding the diaphragm broke. BRS quickly replaced without a question. I currently maintain as a spare. Although more expensive I have a Cobalt air pump on another system that has lasted over a year and is awesome.