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SRO XP-5000 Int Cone protein skimmer with pump + extra pump but it needs a new impeller, asking $250. Skimmer works great but I have two larger skimmers and only need one.  The 2nd one is a SRO 5000SSS (space saver) with a spare pump if you were interested in that rather than this one.  Both work great so i'd be willing to sell either one. 

Below is the information from the Coralvue website for the XP-5000 Int Cone. 

- 500 Gallon – Light Filtration Demand | 450 Gallon – Medium Filtration Demand | 350 Gallon – Heavy Filtration Demand 

Technical Specs
Body Size: 12″ 
Footprint: 16.5″ x 14″
Neck Size: 6″ 
Total Height: 25″
Output Size: 50mm - Comes with Metric to British Adapter to 1.5”pvc 
Output Height: 5.1″
Note: Recommended Sump Water Depth: 6.5"-7"

Pump Information
Bubble Blaster 5000 Pinwheel Pump
Wattage: 45w
Air Draw: 2,100 lph / 74 SCFH* 
Water Draw: 1,800 lph / 480 GPH*
*Air and water results will vary depending on aquarium setup

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40 minutes ago, pdxmonkeyboy said:

sweet skimmer!!

 

Yep.  Won't fit in my system but tempting anyway!

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Interested in the "SRO XP-5000 Int Cone protein skimmer with pump + extra pump but it needs a new impeller, asking $250"

Since I don't really need the neck cleaner.

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it is but currently in use.  not sure i'm selling it anymore but was considering a high end skimmer to replace it.  still not sure i want to spend the money on a high end skimmer.  

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7 hours ago, kilmca said:

it is but currently in use.  not sure i'm selling it anymore but was considering a high end skimmer to replace it.  still not sure i want to spend the money on a high end skimmer.  

I feel like skimmers haven't really changed much in the past 10-15 years. 

Just a plastic tube that a pump mixes water and bubbles into :)

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