EMERGENCY AIR PUMPS - Battery Operated

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Re: EMERGENCY AIR PUMPS - Battery Operated

Postby kentpoy23 » Wed May 25, 2011 11:13 am

sa cartimar meron po 150 pesos.... or any fishtores meron din po siguro but di ko alam price sa iba eh, sa cartimar lang alam ko... hehehe
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Re: EMERGENCY AIR PUMPS - Battery Operated

Postby blackwidow » Wed May 25, 2011 11:14 am

kentpoy23 wrote:sa cartimar meron po 150 pesos.... or any fishtores meron din po siguro but di ko alam price sa iba eh, sa cartimar lang alam ko... hehehe


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Re: EMERGENCY AIR PUMPS - Battery Operated

Postby rage04 » Fri Jun 24, 2011 2:09 pm

Hi RP's,

I'm new here and currently maintaining a 10 gallon reef tank. may i ask where i can possibly buy those automatic battery operated pumps? i'm afraid with this series of typhoons there will come a time that a blackout may occur while i'm not in the house and i don't want my juvenile tank to suffer loss..anyone is welcome to share what they know. thanks!!! more power to RP :D
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Re: EMERGENCY AIR PUMPS - Battery Operated

Postby rage04 » Fri Jun 24, 2011 2:12 pm

[b][b]by the way guys what i'm referring to is the one that i think was first mentioned in this thread about the one that automatically turns on when electricity gets cut off.. thanks guys!!![/b][/b]
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Re: EMERGENCY AIR PUMPS - Battery Operated

Postby SantaMonica » Sun Jun 14, 2015 6:18 am

I used the Penn-Plax models before (two of them on a 90 reef), and they worked great. Turned on automatically whenever the AC power went out, and would operate on the batteries for 6 hours.
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