[SOLD] [FS]: Seio Remote controlled wavepump: Sandton

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  1. Zandy

    Zandy

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    Hardware for sale
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    Seio Remote controlled wavepump ​
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    Sandton ​
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    Collection ​
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    I have a as new (still under warranty) Seio wavepump W120 for sale, reason for sale is that its too powerfull for my standard 4ft tank.
    Specs as follows:

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    SEIO W120​


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    5.5 x 2.8 x 3.3 in

    (14 x 7 x 8.3 cm)​

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    1580-3400 GPH

    (6000-13000 LPH)​

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    48 x 18 x 24 in

    (120 x 45 x 60 cm)​

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    4 ft. (120 cm) ​


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    1039 6​

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    This pump is excellent and have various functions.
    Check it out at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wtDaymqtB

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    • Description
    • Function Setting
    • Model
    • Part List
    • Installation
    <TABLE border=0 cellSpacing=5 cellPadding=0 width=560><TBODY><TR><TH scope=col>• Wavemaker Water Pump
    • Plug and Play
    • 9 Different Flow Patterns

    Next generation in water movement, Seio™ Wave pump is pre-programmed with 9 different flow patterns that can be controlled with the remote control.

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    1. STANDARD: Water flow can be varied from 6000-13000 LPH/1580-3400GPH by using the flow control buttons.

    2. RANDOM: Water flow will start at 6000LPH/1580GPH and gradually increase to the maximum flow of 13000LPH/ 3400GPH. Approximate cycle time in 21 seconds: 5–5–5-3-3 and will continue to repeat cycle.

    3. FAST RANDOM: Water flow will start at 6000LPH/ 1580GPH and gradually increase to the maximum flow of 13000LPH/3400GPH. Approximate cycle time in 5 seconds: Flow increases every second and will continue to repeat cycle.
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    4. GROUND SWELL: The pump will create an underwater varied current. Use the flow control buttons to adjust the wave shape.

    5. SWELL: The pump will create a surging swell at the water’s surface. Use the flow control buttons to adjust the wave shape.

    6. SURGE: The pump will create an alternating surge from one side of the aquarium to the opposite side of the aquarium. Use the flow control buttons toadjust the wave shape.

    7. TIDAL: Water flow will increase in 5/12 minute increments in the period on one hour and will continue to repeat cycle.

    8. NIGHT: Water flow will decrease to 7000LPH/1840GPH (54% of standard flow rate).

    9. FEEDING: Water flow will decrease to 6000LPH/1580GPH then after 20 minutes will go back to the original setting.
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  3. WarrenElvis

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    Price ?
     
  4. Ridwaan

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    Just for interest sake, what do these pumps cost new?
     
  5. JS

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    About R1500ish new
     
  6. Zandy

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    Appologies R1200
     
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    Also bought an extra impellor @R84-00 which i will include in the sale
     
  8. Smirre

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    Is it still available
     
  9. Zandy

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    Yes it is still available
     
  10. Smirre

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    I have a 1.2m tank will this pump be overkill ?
     
  11. Zandy

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    Well you can adjust the flow....i used it on a 4ft tank and worked very well although its rated for 250litre and above. .how many litres do you have
     
  12. Smirre

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    Tank is about 450 liters so then it should work;) pm me your number just need to sort finances :blush:
     
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    dibs
     
  14. Zandy

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    Noted till Saturday. ..
     
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    second dibs ,depending on price
     
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