In-Tank Refugium Small (mfg #CITRS)
Simple and works
I have the small refugium tank now and have just ordered the large. The small does its job so I am going to make a mud system with it and move the large to the upper tank. Have had no issues with the suction cups on holding and this is with it in direct line with a strong Circ. pump. I used the refugium starter kit offered by Dr. FS.
September 9, 2013
It allows versitility in your tank
I have many big saltwater tanks. This allows me to add small and/or dangerous fish to my tank with no problem. The little fish that would disappear you can always see clearly. The pump adds enough circulation that there is no problem with flow. It has allowed me to get anglers and lionfish to enjoy in a safe way.
August 23, 2012
I was worried about the "suction cups" holding on. I bought the small one for my 20 Gal Reef. I put in a DSB (Deep Sand Bed) and one live rock (small size) and it may have slipped a lil on one side where I seem to have more sand (as to placing the rock) one side but its holding fine!
Its been about 2 weeks now, the pump works, its stable as far as the Suction cups go so I am going to recommend this
May 27, 2012
A tank within a tank
Perfect size -using it in 40g salt reef
Holds well against wall but o did put something under "just in case" BC of others saying it falls.i have a lot of sand, live rock and it is holding by itself just fine
Comes with small pump
Pump can be noisy
Placement of pump due to hole insert requires it to sit at very edge of top tank...this will mean staying on top of water. Evap otherwise pump will start to rim dry.would be mice if they lowered the insert hole
Highly recommend!!! I'm using it to grow copepods for a mandarin
April 28, 2012