- Recommended from 20 to 140 liters (5.3 to 37 USgal.) of sea water.
- Immersion depth: approx. 135mm to 155mm (5.3 to 6.1 in.)
- Skimmer cup volume: 0.2L (.053 USgal.)
- Air capacity: approx. 100l/h (26 USgal./h)
- Power Consumption: 2.5W, 230V/50Hz (115V/60Hz)
- Dimensions: L 110 x W 63 x H 215mm (L 4.3 x W 2.5 x H 8.5 in.)
- Includes Magnet Holder for glass thickness of up to 10mm (3/8").
In 1963, the first series production protein skimmer with its own air production was developed. The fine-bubbly air was created in the device with a venturi air nozzle and Turbelle pressure pump, which enabled a very compact design compared to the counter-current flow skimmers which were being used back then.
The TUNZE "Skimmer devices" were developed in different versions for smaller reef biotopes, cabinet systems and for the compact internal technology - Comline. After extensive research on the optimization of the disperser-principle, the first "Hydrofoamer" which was a specially developed skimmer pump, was manufactured in 2005. At that time, it was capable of conveying 800l/h (211 USgal.) of air with a power consumption of only 23W.
In 2012, the "TUNZE Foamer" was specially developed for the Comline internal technology, as an air generator for internal skimmers with a very low energy consumption and a high performance. It opened up the door for the new generation of efficient TUNZE internal skimmers with a very compact design.
Simple, quiet and effective - these are the current demands towards aquarium components. That's precisely what distinguishes the small Comline DOC Skimmer 9001 - a true "plug and play" skimmer for small seawater aquariums with 20 to 140 liters (5.3 to 37 USgal.).
There's no complicated setting or regular adjustment required for the operation. A simple installation into a corner of the aquarium is sufficient and it will work autonomously.
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Superb for Nano Review by Jay
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I did a TON of research on nano skimmers and I wasn't very happy with the general mixed reviews I read.
I settled on a DIY skimmer until I finally bit the bullet and took a chance with Tunze. Well the chance paid off, it's relatively quiet, effective and reliable (had mine for almost 2 years now). No you are not going to pull out dark junk, but you will pull out tea coloured skim/small solids and more importantly aerate the aquarium. My air-line inlet goes into a DIY Co2 Scrubber so my PH stays rock stable at 8.2-8.3 (no night time fluctuations. Don't be fooled, a skimmer on a Nano is an necessary investment for aeration alone. (Posted on 5/24/2016)
Great value! Review by Akvaristu
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The Tunze 9001 is a small yet efficient protein skimmer. I purchased it to replace the stock one in my Red Sea Max 130D setup. I like how silent it is! Very pleased overall with this unit. (Posted on 12/21/2015)