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    What size tubing for this pump?

    Long story short - I'm working on a mineral oil project, but the description of this pump I was recommend doesn't tell me the specs. What ID tubing can I use for this? I'm confused...Thanks for looking!

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Eheim-600-Co...item20c4155a7e

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    Here you go:

    Eheim Compact 600:
    • Pump Output: 160 gph
    • Max Head: 4`4"
    • Hose Size: 1/2"
    • Dimensions: 3.3" x 1.8" x 2.6"
    • 3 year manufacturer`s warranty.
    That is all I can really find on it. Eheim's own website doesn't even have that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thideras View Post
    Here you go:
    Thanks much!!

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    thats a weird pump for watercooling
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    No such thing as a weird water cooling pump. Seen it all from home made ones from an 80mm fan motor to Grundfoss and Taco recirculation pumps.
    However, he intends to pump mineral oil from the sound of it...

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    I recommended the Eheim in another thread because he's looking for something inexpensive, and since it's going to be a tank of mineral oil it seemed that a submersible pump would fit the bill nicely. Eheim has (had?) a good reputation a couple years ago when they were some of the nicer pumps used for watercooling.
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    Submersible is probably the best choice, less restrictive inlet for a higher viscosity fluid.
    Eheim is still good stuff...millions of fishies swear by 'em!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggrr View Post
    Submersible is probably the best choice, less restrictive inlet for a higher viscosity fluid.
    Eheim is still good stuff...millions of fishies swear by 'em!
    For some reason, when taken with your avatar, this was really really funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diggrr View Post
    However, he intends to pump mineral oil from the sound of it...
    haha, i was thinking the same.

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