The Voyager 1 is the NEW Patented stream pump for marine aquariums, nano reefs, and fresh water aquariums, with flow rates ranging from 265 to 607 gallons per hour. Its main feature is an innovative 360 degree rotation system, directing water flow thanks to 4 types of regulation:
1) of the flow rate
2) of the flow direction
3) of the speed of the rotation of the deflector
4) and a 360 degree rotation of the pump support
All of these allow the the Voyager to perfectly simulate the marine streams!
The Voyager can be used in fresh water aquariums. In fact, thanks to innovative flow deviator and rotation system, it is useful to raise the deposits from the bottom of the tank, for better filtration, contributing to cleaner and clearer water. The pump is furnished with 4 suction cups and it is predisposed for the application of 3 couples of magnets for a greater adherence to the glass (up to 15mm thickness).
Model: Voyager 1
Flow Rate: 265 to 607 gph
Dimensions: 4.68" x 2.55" x 2.63" high
Freshwater Aquariums: < 26 gals
Saltwater Aquariums: < 15 gals
More Information (directions for use)
PUMP INSTALLATION: USE AND REGULATION
Proceed as follow to install the pump: ATTENTION: before make the product working, verify the integrity of all its parts.
1. To avoid resonances and vibrations, do not put the pump in contact with the lateral surfaces nearby or at the bottom of the tank.
2. Insert the suction cups and the magnets (optional) on the internal and external support(optional).
3. Clean the glass and position the pump on the magnetic support.
4. Attach the external magnetic support (optional) to the tank at a 10 cm (3.93 inches) distance from the centre of the internal support.
5. Drag it until perceiving of the opposite magnetic force and position the centres of the 2 supports on the same axis. ATTENTION: the magnets on the external support have to be mounted with polarity/colour different from the internal support ones.
6. Submerge completely the pump in the water and turn it in vertical position to make the air exiting from the rotor chamber.
7. Couple it to the internal support and orienting it in the desired position. Then connect it to the electric network.
1. For the periodic maintenance of the pump, first of all unplug the plug from the electric socket and then take the pump.
2. Clean regularly the pump and the rotor. In case of very dirty or limestone or with a lot of detritus water, it is recommended a more frequent cleaning.
3. Proceed in the following way: detach the prechamber from the pump and take out the rotor.
4. Clean all the parts: the prechamber, the rotor, the impeller and their sits.
5. Do not remove the dirt by hard means but by using a soft brush eventually with vinegar.
6. If, after that, the impeller makes too much noise, substitute it with a new one because it means that it worn out. In case of use of the deflector, clean also the shaft in the same way as above. Then assemble everything in the inverse order.
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