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Skimz skimmers in stock NOW

PostPosted: Sat 25 May, 2013 6:46 pm
by Andries
We now have the following Skimz skimmers in stock, the new DC powered skimmer use the same "RLSS" DC pump in their skimmers. They also use the new Gate system instead of the riser pipe, giving them a much smaller footprint and making them easier to dial in
http://www.guppysaquariumproducts.com.a ... t_315.html

We have the following models Skimz Monzter E series
SM-121, SM-161, SM-201, SM-251, SM-181
SK-181, SK-201, SK-251
SH1 Hang On skimmer
DC SM series skimmers
•SM163 with DC3000 – 900 l/h air, footprint 188 x 188mm
•SM203 with DC5000 – 1800 l/h air, footprint 234 x 234mm
•SM253 with DC10000 – 2400 l/h air, footprint 289 x 289mm
http://reefbuilders.com/2012/11/29/skim ... c-skimmer/
http://www.skimz.sg/blog/?p=1913

We are also getting the NEW SKIMZ LEOPARD SL series of DC skimmers in the same shipment
•SL183 with DC3000 – 900 l/h air, footprint 210 x 325mm
•SL203 with DC5000 – 1800 l/h air, footprint 234 x 387mm
•SL253 with DC10000 – 2400 l/h air, footprint 292 x 450mm
http://www.skimz.sg/blog/?p=1925
http://www.aquamarin.com.sg/blog/wp-con ... kimmer.jpg

Re: Skimz skimmers in stock NOW

PostPosted: Sun 26 May, 2013 10:50 am
by Andries
We also now have a small quantity of Skimz SH1 internal hang on skimmers in stock. They are ideal for converting your existing Nano aquarium skimmer where a small footprint is necessary.
Technical Data:
Skimmer pump: Skimz SAP1200 needle wheel
Power consumption: 7W
Air intake: 60 l/h
Dimension:
85 x 85 x H 410 mm

For Aquariums up to 200 litres. Designed for in-tank use with magnet holder included.
http://www.guppysaquariumproducts.com.a ... _3370.html

Re: Skimz skimmers in stock NOW

PostPosted: Sun 26 May, 2013 10:56 am
by timbodavo
You already got a bit of a plug from me. Lol. Was asking for peoples advice on which one to choose. :cheers:

Re: Skimz skimmers in stock NOW

PostPosted: Fri 31 May, 2013 6:26 pm
by apalsson
I have just received one of those for a 5x2x2 tank:
•SM163 with DC3000 – 900 l/h air, footprint 188 x 188mm

First thing I noticed when I turned it on is that it's very quiet!!!!
I have it in a tank that is waiting for some 80Kg of live rock and the skimmer body is a solid mass of fine bubbles.
So far, I couldn't be happier! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

Re: Skimz skimmers in stock NOW

PostPosted: Fri 31 May, 2013 6:56 pm
by Andries
apalsson wrote:I have just received one of those for a 5x2x2 tank:
•SM163 with DC3000 – 900 l/h air, footprint 188 x 188mm

First thing I noticed when I turned it on is that it's very quiet!!!!
I have it in a tank that is waiting for some 80Kg of live rock and the skimmer body is a solid mass of fine bubbles.
So far, I couldn't be happier! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

Glad you like it :thumbsup: Thanks for the continued support :thumbsup: I think they are really good value for money.

Re: Skimz skimmers in stock NOW

PostPosted: Fri 31 May, 2013 9:30 pm
by Tjacques
Hi just wondering if you will be getting any of the the skimz fluidized reactors?

Re: Skimz skimmers in stock NOW

PostPosted: Sat 01 Jun, 2013 6:51 pm
by timbodavo
Yep got the kone sk181. Seems like a cracker of a skimmer. Have not figured out tuning yet to get water level right unless I completley restrict intake but I know once sorted it will crank. The fat body of bubbles in this huge cone pushing up will be awsome once tuned.

Re: Skimz skimmers in stock NOW

PostPosted: Mon 03 Jun, 2013 10:34 am
by lorby
If it's still new the level will rise slowly and soon you won't need to completely restrict. Just make sure it's sitting in the correct level of water, my SDC750 hates having the output submerged.

Re: Skimz skimmers in stock NOW

PostPosted: Mon 03 Jun, 2013 1:37 pm
by timbodavo
I have noticed it better with sump at maximum water level of its reccomended water level. I am very happy with it compared to my old skimmer