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Should I invest in a blower?!?

7 years 11 months ago #33441 by Senase
So guys, after looking over JEHMCOs many options, I decided to invest in the LPH45 !!! I also bought some other goodies :cheer: . I am planning on revamping the fishroom within the next couple of weeks and can't wait to get this bad boy up and running. The people at JEHMCO were awesome and I plan on going there for my fishroom needs. Thank you everyone for your help!


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7 years 11 months ago #33400 by Senase
Thanks for the help guys. After looking at the sites I see why these pumps would be best. I'm really excited to upgrade my fishroom with one of these bad boys. Ill keep you guys updated on how everything goes. Thanks again!

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7 years 11 months ago #33398 by scubadiver
I have the jehmco lph26 and run 4 40 breeders, 2 20 gallon longs, one ten, one five, two 2.5 and about 15 breeder boxes.

The question you will need to answer is how many outlets you need to support.

The add 50% or 100% for future growth.

Note these pumps are silent

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7 years 11 months ago #33396 by madeto
You should also check Kens Fish.com
I order all of my fish supply from them. You can order right there online, pay with any major credit card or PayPal and shipping on all orders over $100 is free. This is the one that I got from them "Medo" - very happy with it.

www.kensfish.com/medo-linear-pumps.html

So I say to her……There is plenty of stuff at the house for the baby to eat!!!! I REALLY need this fish……
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7 years 11 months ago #33392 by sawboy
Yep. John at Jehmco is the man! I'm running 4x125, 1x75, 4x40, and 1x55 with a diaphragm pump. The DAMPH 40 I believe.........and I have TONS of air left. It's on sale right now for $109! Couple manifolds, and some tubing, you'll be in business for $250 shipped.

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7 years 11 months ago #33390 by Senase
Thanks Scubadiver, your always a big help.

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7 years 11 months ago #33386 by scubadiver
Definitely not a blower but a central air pump would work great.

I would call jemco talk to john and he will tell you which model to get -

jehmco.com/html/central_air_pumps.html

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7 years 11 months ago #33383 by Senase
Hello everyone, so to start off I will tell you what my fish room consists of. I currently have a 125, two 65s, two 55s,two 40s, one 20 long, two 10s, and five 5 gallons. I know that most blowers are made for larger fish rooms but I'm tiered of investing money in multiple air pumps, endless surge protectors, and all the electrical use. Do you think I would be able to use a blower in my situation? If so, what is a good blower? Could I get a blower that's rated up to hundreds of tanks and still use it for my fish room?

Any information and advice would be appreciated guys! Thanks in advance for all your help!

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