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Vertex

Vertex Alpha 250 Protein Skimmer

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SKU
207009
$1,099.99

$1,099.99
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*ALL SALES FINAL. NO WARRANTY SUPPORT.*

 

The Vertex Alpha 250 Protein Skimmer combines technology, performance, and convenience to create a high-quality needlewheel design at a great value.

  • Designed and assembled in Germany
  • Tank Size: up to 450 Gallons
  • High performing, super quiet Askol-based pinwheel pump
  • Full body cone chamber enables stable foam formation

 

Specifications:

  • Tank Size: 200 - 450 Gallons (750 - 1700 L)
  • Footprint: 13" x 18.5"
  • Height: 24.5"
  • Air Draw: Adjustable 1800 to 2100 LPH
  • V-250 Skimmer Pump: approx. 38W

 

Features:

  • 100% cast-acrylic, PET-G and PVC construction
  • Full body cone chamber markedly enables stable foam formation
  • Super quiet, high-performance skimmer Askol-based pump - most powerful and efficient motor blocks in the industry
  • Oversized, CNC-milled bubble plate eliminates turbulence
  • Bayonet-style neck provides a secure, leak-free coupling between the cup and body
  • Easily accessible Ozone port
  • Built in skimmate drain
  • Easy maintenance - all parts can be disassembled
  • Grade II titanium screws - corrosion resistant
  • Silicone O-rings
More Information
Skimmer Type In-Sump / Internal
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Product Questions

how many millimeters wide is the collection cup on the Alpha 250?

Thank you.
Question by: William Bramucci on Dec 13, 2017, 7:54 AM
Hi there,
Thank you for reaching out with your question.
I contacted Vertex on your behalf and they have let me know that the diameter of the collection cup is approximately 250mm or 10 inches.
Please let us know if you have any other questions!
Answer by: William Glenn on Dec 20, 2017, 9:01 AM
I am setting up a 210 gallon with 60 gal sump. Will this skimmer be overkill? I plan to slowly add sps and lps. Space in the sump won't be a concern.
Question by: Matt on May 27, 2016, 7:30 PM
Great question!
if the tank has an initial light bio-load the skimmer will be a little tricky to tune in. however if the bio-load is heavier this skimmer will work great!
Answer by: Connor on Jun 3, 2016, 9:56 AM