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Syncra ADV 9.0 Water Pump - 2500 GPH (OPEN BOX)

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211410OB
$199.99

$249.99
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Improved Efficiency, Flow, & Precision - Meet the next generation of Sicce Syncra Pumps

Just screw on the included barbed adapters, connect your favorite soft tubing, and you have the perfect AC powered return pump for any aquarium!

Max Flow: 2500 GPH

Max Head: 15 FT

Dimensions: 7.0" L x 3.8" W x 5.70" H

 

Versatile - Quiet - Cool

Internal or external the new Syncra ADV Water Pump has been designed to meet your expectations. Produced with great precision, and high-quality parts make the ADV line of pumps one of the most efficient in their class. With a near-perfect power factor, the energy savings will help reduce operating costs, ultimately saving you money in the long run!

The volute can be rotated 360for the ultimate versatility if you want to use the Syncra ADV for a return pump, closed loop system, reactor, or any other purpose they are made to fit your application. The new oversized rubber feet help protect against vibrations on all sides of the pump and not just the bottom. Now you can fit the pump in tight spaces without having to worry about noise being created from your pump contacting the side glass. The ceramic impeller shaft and bearings provide unmatched smoothness for energy saving and even more noise reduction over the traditional Syncra line of pumps. 

 

Specs:

  • Input: 3/4" or 1" Barb or PVC
  • Output: 3/4" or 1" Barb or PVC
  • Max Flow: 2500 GPH
  • Max Head: 15 FT
  • Wattage: 90W
  • Voltage: 120VAC
  • Dimensions7.0" L x 3.8" W x 5.70" H
  • Cable Length: 10 FT
  • Warranty: 5 years

 

What's in the Box

  • 1x Sicce ADV 9.0 Pump
  • 2x Barbed Adapters
  • 4x Rubber Feet
  • 2x 3/4" PVC Adapters
  • 2x 1" PVC Adapters
  • 2x 3/4" - 1" Barbed Adapters
  • 2x Collet Fittings
  • 4x O-rings
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