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    InterZoo 2008 – Red Sea+Arcadia, Eco, Sera, and more

    Red Sea’s recent “Max” series all in one systems have been popular among the nano crowds. To reach out to a large audience they created the Max 250. Large system of course need larger filters…so they created the C-Skim 1200. ┬áThis Compact recirculating NW injects 450 lph and features a patented Foam View Collection cup […]

    Red Sea’s recent “Max” series all in one systems have been popular among the nano crowds. To reach out to a large audience they created the Max 250.

    Red Sea Max 250

    Large system of course need larger filters…so they created the C-Skim 1200. ┬áThis Compact recirculating NW injects 450 lph and features a patented Foam View Collection cup and a self cleaning neck. With a simple lever action the skimmer can be cleaned.

    C-Skim1

    C-Skim2

    Red Sea’s lighting division, Arcadia, featured their new T5 powered OT2 Luminaire. See the new Arcadia OT2 LED fixture as well.

    Arcadia OT2 Luminaire

    Eco was there showing their new Eco Mini all in one nano’s and matching Metal Halide pendant. They also had their Osci-Motion on display (which was introduced last show)…perhaps it will be available soon?

    2 ecos

    osci motion

    Not to be left behind in the all in one nano craze, Sera showed the Precision Biotop Cubes.

    Sera Precision

    The Coral Shop had this creative design; a Zero-Edge style aquarium within a shallow rimless.

    2 tiered

    Tropical Live showed this LED fixture…still waiting on more info, but 36w and 120-140 lumens per watt is not bad.

    Tropical LED

    2 Comments

    1. May 28, 2008 at 5:02 AM | Permalink

      I love the zero-edge inside the shallow tank. Very unique. What kind of T5 fixture is that?

    2. May 28, 2008 at 1:39 PM | Permalink

      It is a Seaqualux unit which also debuted at InterZoo. It looks like their T5+LED unit… pictured below is the Royal T5 unit.

      Seaqualux Royal

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