Marina Air Pump

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Size: 50
Sale price$21.99
In stock (4 units), ready to be shipped


Marina Air Pumps combine high performance output with quiet operation. The air pumps are a reliable air source for a wide variety of applications requiring the delivery of oxygen to air-operated aquarium accessories such as air stones, air curtains, and air-actuated ornaments, as well as for generating water movement and turbulence.

- Reliable Performance
- For use with air stones, bubble wall, air powered ornaments or protein skimmers
- Quiet Running
- Powerful Airflow
- Sound Dampening Pump Cover
- Soft Rubber Feet Suppress Vibration
- Durable, Long-lasting Diaphragm
- Air Outlet

Model Number & Specs:
Tank Capacity: 5-15 US Gal | 10-60L
Output: 50 lph
Outlets: 1

Tank Capacity: 10-25 US Gal | 50-100L
Output: 60 lph
Outlets: 1

Tank Capacity: 20-40 US Gal | 75-150L
Output: 85 lph
Outlets: 1

Tank Capacity: 35-60 US Gal | 125-225L
Output: 2 x 110 lph
Outlets: 2

Tank Capacity: 40-70 US Gal | 150-265L
Output: 145 lph
Outlets: 1

* Information as per Manufacturer

* This product is just the pump, airline tubing, air stones, etc. sold separately.

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