Turbelle stream 6065For aquariums from 250 to 800 litres (66 to 211 USgal.).Flow rate: 6,500 l/h (1,717 USgal./h).Energy consumption: 12 W.Voltage / frequency: 115V/60HzCable length: 2 m (78.7 in.).Dimensions: diam. 90 mm (3.5 in.), Outlet: diam. 50 mm (1.96 in.).Magnet Holder up to a glass thickness of 19 mm (.74 in.).
The innovative motor based on the eco-energetic concept and newly developed pump
technology ensures a very high efficiency with very low maintenance and power
Very silent run
Special plastic bearings, a titanium-alloy axle and silicone absorbers enable a very silent run
without wear which applies for smaller models as well as for the powerful pump delivering
30,000 l/h. (7,925 USgal./h).
Large suction area
The water which is drawn in passes through a giant intake strainer, and thus prevents
Magnet Holder - a standard feature
As a standard feature, Turbelle stream is supplied with a magnetic holder, which enables
uncomplicated attachment at any position on the aquarium pane from 19 mm (.74 in.) to 25
mm (.98 in.).
The ball-type design is an intelligent solution for installation with a minimum of hydraulic losses. Contrary to other pumps, they offer a lot
of flexibility with respect to positioning and orientation of the water stream, which can be adjusted in such a way that an effective flow is
produced over a long distance in the aquarium at lower power consumption.
The Turbelle stream 6105, 6205 and 6305 pumps have been fitted with electronic speed controllers running on safety extra-low voltage.
They are ideal for wave or tide simulation in every aquarium, and contain a new intelligent micro-processor controlled motor. Along with
Multicontroller 7095, 7096 or Singlecontroller 7091 they are an unbeatable team.
No problem in case of power failure
Fitted with Safety Connector 6105.50, Turbelle stream 6105, 6205 and 6305 can be operated on every 10 V to 24 V direct-current source
(battery, solar cell). The safety connector permits normal operation with the TUNZE power supply unit, but in case of a power failure it will
automatically switch over to a direct-current source.