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Hailea HL-380 Aquarium Chiller


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Hailea Aqua Medic line of chiller, co-invented with Aqua Medic, is a new generation chiller that marks the big step of aquarium chilling technology, compared with the ordinary chillers in market.
The heat exchangers of the Titan line are manufactured from pure sea water proof titanium. The coolers are suitable for all applications in freshwater or seawater aquariums. A further feature of the Titan coolers is the low noise level(vertical compressor has greatly reduced the impellor pressure). The Hailea 1/10HP chiller(Titan 150) produces only 20 db and is less noisy than any ordinary kitchen refrigerator. In addition, the prices dropped into very reasonable regions. So, the corals can keep cool next summer.
The line of Titanium chillers includes now 4 models. From the small aquarium (100 - 250l) up to larger systems up to 2500 l, the temperatures can be kept safely in the range of 24 - 27C. A digital temperture controller takes care, that the adjusted temperature is kept safely. As the other cooling units, the Titanim line uses the environmental friendly cooling gas R 134 A . All coolers have a strong metal/plastic housing with a timeless design, so that the cooler do not look out of place in a living room besides the aquarium.
Voltage: 220-240V 50Hz
Power: 1/2HP
Power uptake: 375W
Cooling power: 790W
Great for aquariums: 700Liters, for low temperature tank up to 1500Liters.
Refrigerator: R134a
Water Flow: 800-3000LPH
The Aqua Medic Chiller is also from Hailea; so we import from Hailea directly, save huge of $$$.
  • Model: HL-380CA
  • Shipping Weight: 22lbs
  • 7 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: HAILEA

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This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 11 August, 2011.