Eheim 60 Pickup Filter

$62.38
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Product details

SKU
I248283
Benefits
Smaller internal filter for aquariums up to 45L, Water inlet at filter bottom, Rotatable outlet nozzle to adjust outflow direction, Filter canister with filter cartridge easy to remove from pump unit from above, Complete with filter cartridge, ready to use, Activated carbon cartridges can also be used e.g. during aquarium start-ups or after medication treatment
Aquarium Filtration
Internal
Description
The filter is simple to attach in the tank with suction cups. The special thing about the concept of the pickup is that the filter canister together with its cartridge can be removed from above, while the pump unit remains in the tank. This is a very practical solution for cleaning or changing the filter cartridge. The pump sucks in the water from below and carries it through the filter cartridge to the top. Here the filtered water is directed back into the tank via the rotatable outlet nozzle.

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