can you tell me the minimum distance from the outer flange of the 1.5"bulkhead to the top of the tank required to allow the overflow to work properly.
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- Slim and Compact Design to suit virtually any aquarium set-up
- Slim black box design
- Comes with a Red PVC for safety purpose
- Template and drill bit included to help with installation
- Black lid cover to quiet the noise of water flow
- Dimensions: 8" x 3" x 6"
- Black Box: 8" x 1.25" x 6"
- Through Bulkhead: 1.5" (use with 60 mm Drill bit included)
- Drain Bulkheads: 2 x 1"
- Recommended Aquarium Size: Up to 100 Gallons
- Maximum Flow Rate: 800 GPH
The new Eclipse overflow box is a minimalistic designed overflow with a slim and clean black box that features a new to way to effectively transport water to your sump while killing noise level.
This customizable project is a very simple plug and play overflow system that requires installation.
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Fantastic Review by Adrian
Quality Price Value
I have always used a hang-on overflow and this is marvelous. The hole I cut was easier than I thought and the but that came with the package works great. Overall I love the unit and would definitely recommend it to anyone! (Posted on 1/16/2018)
Great overflow, good price. Review by Landon M
Quality Price Value
At ~$150 CAD, this is expensive for a piece of acrylic, but still the cheapest overflow I was able to find, anywhere. Consider that it DOES come with the hole saw bit required to drill the tank, and the price is actually pretty reasonable, especially when compared to the competitors.
I installed this on a bordered tank, placing the included template against the border prior to drilling. Even with the deep-cut weir, it maintains a water level within the border. Eshopps put a lot of thought into the dimensions to get this right.
My only issue with the overflow so far, is it tends to whirlpool easily on the full-siphon side. Obviously inserting a strainer will prevent this, however the flow rate drops to about half by doing so.
I've found that inserting a 4/5 elbow in the 1.5" bulkhead to direct water to the emergency side, creates enough turbulence to prevent the whirpool, without the use of strainer.
A removable weird would be nice, as would a lid on the tank side, but for the price I can understand why they didn't bother.
I'd recommend to a friend. The construction, fit and finish is great. (Posted on 8/1/2016)
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