Sicce Syncra "Silent" Pump Model 4.0 951 GPH 12.5 Ft. Head

$169.99

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Syncra 2.0:
All come with ceramic shaft, threaded intake & discharge, flow regulator, and compact size
– 568 gallons per hour
– 6.5 feet shut off
– 35 watts / 120 volts
CE & UL listed
3 year warranty
Comes w/ 6ft. cord

Pump Dimension: 123mm x 85mm x 105mm

Thanks to of 35 years of experience, Sicce`s Syncra Silent pumps are equipped with a synchronous motor and an advanced rotor which makes the pumps 100% silent. International patents and extensive research and development insure all Sicce pumps are state of the art for efficiency and performance.

Inlet:
3/4″ threaded
Use hose size: 21mm x 26.5mm

Outlet:
3/4″ threaded
Use hose size: 21mm x 26.5mm
A new range of pumps which ensure high energy savings, quiet operation, ergonomic design, powerful performance, resistance to harsh conditions, and are reliable.

Syncra Silent, with their innovative technology, are versatile with a range uses.

They are ideal for fresh and salt water aquariums, protein skimmers, calcium reactors, indoor & outdoor fountains, water-cooling and all submersible and inline applications which require high performance and total silence.

Thanks to Sicce’s 35 years of experience, Syncra Silent are equipped with a synchronous motor and an advanced rotor which makes them efficient and silent . . . “even more than a fish!“

Advantages of Synchronous Motors by Sicce
Synchronous motors have the following advantages over non-synchronous motors:
– Speed is independent of the load, providing an adequate field current is applied.
– Accurate control in speed and position using open loop controls is possible.

Their power factor can be adjusted to unity by using a proper field current relative to the load.

A capacitive power factor, (current phase leads voltage phase), can be obtained by increasing this current slightly, which can help achieve a better power factor correction.

– Their construction allows for increased electrical efficiency when a low speed is required.
– Better Performance.
– Higher Head Pressure per watt
– Higher Flow Per Watt
– More efficient
– Maximum energy conservation and lower electric bills
– Quiet Operation below 30db.
– Much Smoother Rotation
– Less heat transfer
– Fewer vibrations
– Programmable Controls are made possible for automatic speed regulation.
– Rotors can be made smaller than asynchronous motors with better performance

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