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Frozenocean
04-01-2014, 03:17 AM
I'm selling my Eheim Pro 3E 2076 - located in SE Calgary

Looking for $200 (retails for $400 without media) bought it used and put some money into it (comes with replacement media and filter pads, replaced two of the plastic lock clamps)

Replaced it with a Fulval FX6 on the weekend...wanted more filtration on my 120G planted freshwater.

Nice filter for a tank under 100Gallon

BLURB FROM EHEIM

Eheim Professional 3e Electronic External Filter Information


This latest Eheim design incorporates all the great features, Lock Clamps, Self Primer, Shut-off Valves for hoses, multiple Media Baskets, plus an exciting new electronic Touch Pad Control system that offers the following options:
Output Flow Control, 6 adjustable levels and 1 MAX flow setting
Constant Flow Rate, when set at one of the 6 adjustable levels, the electronic controls monitor the flow rate and adjust the output to maintain a constant flow rate.
Bio Stream function, will alternate two different flow levels for wave function providing a more natural environment
12 hour Bio function, will alternate two different flow rates in 12 hour cycles. For Planted Aquariums, we recommend having a higher flow rate at night to help oxygenate the water.
Service Indicator will monitor the cleaning cycle and indicate the time remaining until the next cleaning.
Auto Air Out, electronic program will eliminate any air that accumulates under the motor head
Electronic error management indicates any irregularities and attempts to rectify the problem.
Also new is a top layer “prefilter” to mechanically clean the water and lengthen cleaning cycles for the Ehfimech and Ehfisubstrat media. Media is not included with filter.

Specifications:
Max tank size: 105gal
1650 L/Hr
Hose Diameter: 0.65"/0.90" (16mm/22mm)
Media Trays: 3
Volume: 6.6L
Head Height: 7.9"
Dimensions: 10 1/2" x 10 1/2" x 18 3/4"

Frozenocean
04-01-2014, 09:21 PM
Make me an offer....would be better running in someone's tank versus sitting in my garage