Reefer XL 525(139g) Complete System
Red Sea?s REEFER? series of Reef Systems provide advanced hobbyists with a solid foundation for building a fully featured reef or marine aquarium.
The REEFER? series combines a contemporary, rimless, ultra-clear glass aquarium with a stylish cabinet and a comprehensive water management system including a professional sump with integrated automatic top-up and Red Sea?s unique silent down-flow system.
Incorporating technologies originally developed for Red Sea?s all-in-one MAX? coral reef systems, the REEFER? series is designed for ease of operation while enabling the advanced hobbyist to install an unlimited choice of lighting, filtration, circulation and controllers to create a uniquely customized system.
Red Sea REEFER™ XL & XXL Concept
The REEFER™ range now include 2 sizes of larger format systems give you the freedom to create more expansive, intricate and diverse reef scapes without the constraints of smaller tanks.
The REEFER™ XL 425 and REEFER™ XL 525 models are both 7.5cm/3″ wider than the regular RREEFER™ 350 & 450. Both also feature proportionately larger sumps with an extra 3cm / 1.2″ water height in the skimmer chamber.
The new REEFER™ XXL models are 65cm (25.6″) wide and 60cm (23.6″) high and are available in 150cm (59″) long/625 liter (166 gal) capacity or 180cm (71″) long/750 liter (200 gal). They are constructed using 19mm (3/4″) ultra-clear glass and sit on extra durable HPL coated plywood Marine Spec cabinets for greater water resistance. The feet are fully adjustable for perfect levelling on any surface.
The REEFER™ XXL series have advanced sumps with the following exciting new features:
- An adjustable height skimmer chamber, enabling you to set the water level (between 21-27cm / 8.3″-10.6″) for optimal skimmer performance.
- A “Refugium Ready” sump with two pre-set positions allows you to decide how much of the sump you want for your skimmer and
- other reactors and how much as a dedicated refugium chamber.
- 4 micron filter bags
- RO liter reservoir that can be slid aside when necessary for pump maintenance.