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Re: Buying a Water Pump
Depends upon a myriad of sometimes complex variables -- but generally
you want a pump
which can pump to at least a 10 foot head and usually 250 gallons per
hour (GPH) . Some pumps can pump volume with no head pressure - others
can pump up to 20 feet but no volume. I once lost a large tank full of
large clown loaches when a submersible pump failed and pumped oil into
the tank so I now use oilless , mag drive or non-submersible pumps.
On Tue, 26 Mar 2002 22:45:56 -0800 (PST) Kean Huat Yeap
<keanhuat at yahoo_com> writes:
> Hi! I'm going to buy a cheap, under 20 bucks
> submersible water pump to pump water from storage tank
> to my fish tanks. Will any water pump work or do I
> need to get a special type of pump? What model and
> type of pump do you guys recommend?
> Kean Huat
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