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Sicce

WHALE 350 Canister Filter (330 GPH)

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SKU
231970
$189.99

$189.99
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Sicce WHALE Canister filters are a compact and versatile filtration option and are excellent for small systems where a full sump filtration system isn’t practical, or where there is a need for additional temporary filtration capacity, such as a mechanical or chemical media water polishing. The Sicce WHALE’s canister design allows for large media volume capacity in a small space and the quick disconnects and removable media baskets make for easy maintenance. These canister filters come complete with all necessary tubing and connectors, media baskets and heavy duty locking clips.

 

Features

  • Unique self-priming system; hangs directly on tank
  • Quiet operation
  • Quick-disconnect hoses
  • Floating Filter baskets for easy removal
  • Gray tubing blocks light and reduces algae growth
  • Water flow control knob
  • For external use only

 

Specifications

  • Recommended Aquarium Size: 50-90 gallons
  • Filter Body Dimensions: 7.9"L x 7.9"W x 13.2"H
  • Max Flow: 330 GPH
  • Max Head Height: 6.6 feet
  • Canister Volume: 1.7g (6.6 liters)
  • Filtration Media Volume: 1.5g (5.2 liters)
  • Baskets: 3
  • Voltage: 115v/60 Hz
  • Power Consumption: 16 watts
  • Cable Length: 7.2 feet

 

What’s Included?

1x Sicce WHALE 350 Canister Filter

More Information
SKU 231970
UPC 8011469957110
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Product Questions

Hi can this be used on a 65 gallon saltwater tank. One lion fish and 1 puffer. Also what do you suggest for baskets?
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Thank you

Question by: Diane Liner on Aug 25, 2022, 12:24 PM
Thanks for the question! This can be used for a 65 gallon saltwater tank without issue. In the baskets I would make one for mechanical filtration with a filter pad or floss, then the next with a media bag of carbon and a media bag of Zeolite media for nutrient control, then one as is with the bio media supplied.
Answer by: Kyle Thomas (BRS Staff) on Aug 30, 2022, 10:33 AM