Reef Dynamics skimmer

Andyf30

New member
My INS80 died a week ago :/ gotta get a new pump for it. Until then I was really happy with it. The thing really pulls stuff out fast and efficiently.
 

jrjudd

New member
I got the INS 135, still fine turning it but it worked right out of the box. I had a Euro reef on my smaller tank but when I went up to a 120 it was too small. Glad I held out for this skimmer.
 

ASDUNN

New member
Congrats --

I just upgraded my Euro-Reef CS12-2 with two eheim recirculating pumps and this thing rocks. Jeff M. hooked me up once again....
 

reefdude135

New member
Thanks for the responses! I'm about 150 gallons in the system (including sump); the 135 may just be too small for my rig (heavy SPS stock).
 

shifty51008

12-5 Chiefs record
I would go with the ins180

IDEAL: The INS180 is ideal for "SPS" aquarium systems with a total capacity of +/- 150 gallons with a heavy bio-load. "SPS"
 

solitude127

Proud user of IO Salt!
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jrjudd

New member
ditto on the going with the INS180. My 135 is on a 120 gal mixed reef and works great but would be too small for a 150.
 

ryngill

New member
Glad to see all the positivity- I am eagerly awaiting delivery of an INS350. I mean eagerly, haven't had a euroreef since 2006 and it rocked!
 

stancfii

New member
I have the INS-135e. It is a great skimmer, but waaay too big (unstable) for my still lightly stocked 40g. I'm getting in a waveline dc-3000 skimmer pump today, going to try it out and see if it will be more stable on a lower setting than what the eheim 1260 is putting out. If not, I'll slap the dc3000 on a vertex in-80 body and sell the 135e. I think the ins135 (or 135e) would be fine for a 150, especially if that is including sump volume.
 
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