Bubble Magus protein skimmers

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  1. viper357

    viper357 Admin MASA Contributor

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    New Bubble Magus Protein Skimmers available in SA, they look pretty good.

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    Model:BM100D
    Needlewheel protein skimmer
    product size: 340*270*550 mm
    packaging size :390*310*600 mm
    weight:10KG
    reactor room diameter :150 mm*2
    pump power:45W
    pump:atman ph2500
    capability:800-1200L water
    use mode :in sump

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    Model:BM100+
    Needlewheel protein skimmer
    product size:170*270*550 mm
    packaging size :315*210*750 mm
    weight: 5KG
    reactor room diameter :150mm
    pump:atman ph2500
    pump power:45W 220V
    capability:400-600L water
    use mode :in sump

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    Model:BM260
    Needlewheel protein sikmmer
    Have two pumps
    pump:aquabee up 2000/I * 2
    pump power:33* 2 W.220V
    capability:1000-1500L water
    product size: 484*315.5*710MM
    weight:18KG - that's heavy!!!
    reactor room diameter :200 mm
    use mode :external

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    Bubble Magus
     
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    Wow! I like!!
     
  4. viper357

    viper357 Thread Starter Admin MASA Contributor

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    Check out their website, they got loads of different models.
     
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    I got the BM100 for the cube. Its a really good skimmer. BM150 was out of my price range. will post pics later
     
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    Colour coding is a bit funky isn't it??
     
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    viper357 Thread Starter Admin MASA Contributor

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    Refreshingly different from the old and boring black and grey.
     
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    Thank you Mr Dali:razz:
     
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    i think i prefer the more subtle colours like the usual black or white. we want performance not a clown under our tank
     
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    Brilliant:lol::lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Must be very pricey
     
  12. keyaam

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    I got the skimmer.
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    viper357 Thread Starter Admin MASA Contributor

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    Nice, how's the build quality on it?
     
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    Hi mek where is the pics of my bubble magus 250
     
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    Quite good. I think the perspex used is about 6mm thick. One would expect a cheap product from the chinese but it aint. Ok i can only tell once its up and running
     
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    what was the price on it keyaam? would love to see the efficiency of these skimmers
     
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    bm100 R1695
    bm150 R3950

    dont know the rest
     
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    sheesh. thought chinese stuff was cheap:)
     
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    Hey Imraan. The pics were on my other phone which got damaged. Lost them :(
     
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    looks good, but what about the pump being inside the chamber, still easy to do maintenance?
     
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    will take about 10 minutes for maintenance
     
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