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WavePuck 101: Assembly, Installation & Operation 11 months 2 weeks ago #92695

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From our friends at CoralVue( www.CoralVue.com )

WavePuck 101: Assembly, Installation & Operation



In this new episode of [CVtv], Jeremy introduces us to the new WavePuck by Waveline.

The new WavePuck is a fully controllable flow pump that moves up to 3000gph and consumes no more than 30 watts of power in the process. The broad flow water movement will encourage coral growth instead of blasting it away with harmful "hot spots" associated with other wave pumps.

With it's unique articulating magnetic mount, the WavePuck can easily get the flow precisely where you need it. The rear of the WavePuck has a convex rounded shape which fits neatly into a concave mounting magnet, allowing the pump assembly to gyrate in any direction. The WavePucks's low-profile magnetic mount offers a 25 degree range of motion and the entire pump is capable of rotating 360 degrees!

To learn more... www.coralvue.com/waveline-wavepuck

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