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    Wavemaker-Have you seen this?

    Check this site out. A new wavemaker

    http://www.oceansmotions.com/

    Looks VERY promising

    Thread on RC

    http://reefcentral.com/forums/showth...hreadid=312496

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    Hi Mitchell,

    Concept, the very maker and inventor of the Oceansmotions product, is a member of this board. I'm sure that he'll chime in here shortly...
    I am Homer of BORG... Prepare to be..OOOO!! DONUT!!!!!!

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    WOW .. I REALLY like that. Wonder how much they sell for?!!!
    Rob

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    So far, from what I see, once you start to get some calcium deposit or other similar stuff on that rotating drum, the seal to the different channels will eventually start to be lost, JMO.

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    toutouche .. If the drum is always moving, and has thigh clearances .. how could deposits get on it. I think it would be like the old .. a rolling stone gathers no moss?
    Rob

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    Toutouche, sounds like a reasonable opinion.

    However, build ups don't normally build up in the dark, thats why the test unit was built out of clear to see what would happen.. actually ..nothing.

    I have had pumps running for 2 years, no build up, likely the water flow, and the combination of the darkness.

    The channels are 1" in dameter unless custom and with 2000 gallons of water going through them it isn't likely they will have any build up, I havnt seen this on any outlet nozzle.

    The motor has enough power to do serious injury if you decide to stick your finger in there (not adviseable) so a small amount of unknown build up isn't an issue. if you decide to take the unit and strip it down and clean it, then it will take you all of 3 minutes.( you could do this while you wait for revenue canada to answer your call)

    hope this helps

    Paul

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    looks pretty cool....

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    Nice. The RC thread gives US dollar pricing. For Canada, would we just do a currency conversion or is there a separate Canadian price?
    Nick

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    so what is the price for this thing?
    stephen
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    I have been quoted a price of 279.00 Canadian for the 4 output unit with up to 1" input. I will soon be selling my Wave maker pro and power heads :-)
    Rob

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