Tired of draining water using siphons and pre-filters? Try the CPR CS202 Overflow Box from Pet Store
, and you will no longer need to use siphon overflows again. This is a built-in, leakage protection system that drains your aquarium water directly into a filter quickly and tidily. Water is poured out at a rate of 1500 gallons per hour without any spills or mess.
The CPR CS202 Overflow Box is 10 inches wide, and it has two-by-one inches of bulkheads for water outflows. The box is ideal to use in either glass or acrylic aquariums that can hold up to 275 gallons of water. What is good about the CPR CS202 Overflow Box is that you can draw water from your tank and channel it to the filter without any need to modify the tank`s filter set-up. You do not have to install additional, expensive devices to clean up your aquarium water. Also, it does its work efficiently and silently. It is six times quieter than when using tubes.
The CPR CS202 Overflow Box allows you to siphon overflows continuously and adjust the levels of your aquarium water
. The proliferation of algae is greatly reduced by the black top cover. The CPR CS202 Overflow Box is indeed a convenient way of keeping your aquarium water clean and clear.
- For glass or acrylic aquariums up to 275 Gallons
- Flow rate 1500 GPH
- 10" wide
- 2 x 1" Bulkheads outflow
A built-in overflow is the most efficient method of draining aquarium water to a filter. If your aquarium does not have built-in overflow, CPR Continuous Siphon Overflows/Prefilters are the best means for getting water from an aquarium to a filter system without expensive modifications to the tank. They quietly skim up to six times more water than units with tubes.
The advantages of CPR Continuous Siphon Overflows/Prefilters include:
- Adjustable water level allows you to easily change the level in your tank.
- Black top reduces algae growth.
- Quiet operation.
Tip: We recomond the use of an Aqua Lifter pump with the CPR overflows for trouble free operation. Another alternative is to hook the bleed hose from the overflow to the air intake of a power head. This way the overflow will continue to wok if it drawes some air into it or in the event of a power failure it will restart.