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A202 Air Pump, up to 300 L

Item #: A853 | UPC: 015561014168
Format: Up to 300 L (80 US Gal)
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A Series Air Pumps are designed to significantly improve water circulation and essential oxygen levels for fish, plants, corals and beneficial bacteria. Hobbyists will appreciate a powerful air delivery that is designed with ultra-quiet operation and energy-efficiency in mind, in addition to adjustable flow control dials that allow each outlet to be independently controlled.

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  • Powerful air delivery – provides excellent output flow-to-pressure ratio
  • Engineered noise dampening baffle chamber deliver an ultra-quiet operation
  • Oversized rubber feet stabilizers reduce vibration
  • Adjustable flow control dials allow each outlet to be independently controlled
  • Energy-efficient – draws as little energy as 2W (Small model)
  • Space saving rubber hang tag easily mounts to side of aquarium stand for less clutter
  • For use with 1 or several air stones
  • Total Output: 180-220 LPH
  • Outlet: Double
  • Wattage: 3.8W
  • Aquariums up to: 190 L

2 Year Warranty

The Fluval Air Pump is guaranteed for defective parts and workmanship for a period of 2 years from the date of purchase. This guarantee is valid with proof of purchase only. The guarantee is limited to repair or replacement only and does not cover consequential loss, loss or damage to livestock and personal property or damage to animate or inanimate objects, irrespective of the cause thereof. This guarantee is valid only under normal operating conditions for which the unit is intended. It excludes any damage caused by unreasonable use, negligence, improper installation, tampering, abuse or commercial use. The warranty does not cover wear and tear, breakage of glass or parts which have not been adequately or correctly maintained. THIS DOES NOT AFFECT YOUR STATUTORY RIGHTS.

INSTRUCTION MANUAL

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SELECT AN FAQ CATEGORY

My pump seems to be making a lot of noise. Should I be concerned?

A Series air pumps are quiet, so excessive noise is not normal. First, check any items connected to the pump for excess backpressure that may be building up. For example, air stones can plug up over time and need replacement. Then, open the pump and ensure that all rubber parts (i.e. diaphragms and bushings) are intact and in working order.

Why is water leaking out of my air pump?

When positioning an air pump below the water level, back-siphoning can occur if an air pump check valve has not been used.

The air output has reduced. What do I do?

Check any items connected to the pump for excess backpressure that may be building up. For example, air stones can plug up over time and need replacement. Then, open the pump and ensure that all rubber parts (i.e. diaphragms and bushings) are intact and in working order.

What flow rate should I use on my A series air pump?

The adjustable flow rate of A series air pumps allows them to be used on larger and smaller aquariums alike, and in cases require strong or moderate surface agitation. It’s best to experiment with different flow rates to find the settings that work best for your aquarium.

Where should I position an air stone in my aquarium?

Air stones should be positioned far away from filtration intakes to avoid air entering the filter.

Is it better to position the air pump horizontally or to mount it vertically using the rubber hang tag?

Mounting the air pump vertically using the rubber hang tag is a space-saving solution that helps to reduce clutter. Otherwise, both installation options are equally viable.

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