The Marineland Emperor Bio-wheel Power Filter offers a powerful and revolutionary two-pump design that is unmatched by any other filters. It’s great for individuals who are looking to buy a filtration system for a huge tank. It’s powerful and durable and can hold twice the amount of filters than other systems.
The Marineland Emperor Bio-wheel Power Filter comes with a a few standout features:
- Certified Flow Rate 400 GPH: Unlike other systems, the Marineland Filtration systems can run up to 400 GPH. This is one of the fastest and powerful systems you can buy on the market for a fair price.
- Two Pump Design: This system includes two pumps. The two pumps help filter water faster in the tank, ensuring that your fish and aquatic animals are kept in clean, bacteria free water.
- Two Filters: To help the two pump system there is a capacity of two filters. This will help ensure that the filter won’t get backed up and clogged. Simply take out the filters and replace them when needed.
- Up to 80 Gallons: This system can hold up to 80 gallons of water. This is great for anyone who needs a filter for an extra large tank.
- Bar Driven BIO Wheel wet/dry Filtration: The Marineland system is bar driven and includes a Wheeling system that cleans both the air and the water. This is very useful for aquatic animals such as turtles.
Sadly, customers haven’t been completely satisfied with the filtration system, some of the reviews have stated:
- Noisy: That this system does make a lot of noise when in use. The reason why the system produces a lot of noise is because of the powerful engine filtration system. The pumps seem to produce noise as they are working at a one setting speed. If you do not mind the noise and are in need of a powerful filter for an extra large thank, we still would highly recommend this one.
Listed below are a few Marineland Emperor Bio-wheel Power Filter reviews from satisfied customers:
- George says: “I have bought all 5 of these filters for 4 seperate tanks, some of which are super old. All of them still perform well, they are still easy to break down and clean. They have a very high flow rate and are fairly quiet. I have modified many of mine to use custom filters I make myself. I test my water all the time and the water quality has never been an issue for me. I have even run one that was in my saltwater tank and it still works great. If you are use to one for saltwater you will still need to buy a protein skinner as you need to keep your NO3 in check. You can use turbo charge the media baskets with bubbler and some mods which can help greatly increase biological filtration. I have used many other filters and I like these ones the most. I’ve have to say this is one of the best saltwater aquarium filters.”
- Lee says: “I’ve been using this filter on my 60g tank, it cleared up all types of debris in 24 hours as I was cycling the tank. So, I decided on the HOB vs canister because I didn’t want it to leak and cause any issues. But, it makes you push the aquarium out of some and you see more equipment however, all the low and mid end canisters will eventually leak. Not trying to diss on the canisters, but I was worried about my hardwood floors. I love the extra secondary filters where I can put in my ow media or bio balls. Impeller is a good and quiet one, can definitely hear the housing water spilling out. To give new users, if the water happens to not pump, make sure your impeller is seeded right. It takes some patients and practice, but it will be correct after awhile. Also, for the setup, it won’t pump if your water level is too low. The upper opening is air tight tubing so it can’t get good suction unless the bottom one is submerged. Otherwise it’s a overall good product.”