New Koralia Evolution Powerheads

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Hydor Koralia Evolution Powerheads

Hydor Koralia Evolution Powerheads

Hydor USA contacted us with a load of new product information to talk about. First up to the plate is the new Koralia Evolution line of powerheads. There are three new models, including the 750 gph, 1050 gph, and 1400 gph pumps and all three have loads of new features. But why is Hydor USA developing these new powerheads? The reason for this is due to the massive success of the original Koralias. They are taking the old design and reworking it for a more compact, energy saving controllable pump. Even the magnet suction cup has been redesigned to better absorb vibrations and to reduce sound coming from the new powerheads.

New features of the Koralia Evolution:

  • Three new models, 750gph, 1050gph, and 1400gph
  • All 3 models are controllable: can be safely and “silently” connected to a timer!
Koralia Evolution Timer

Koralia Evolution Timer

  • New impeller technology: Shaftless (like Koralia Magnum) means easier and quicker maintenance!
Koralia Evolution Shaftless Impeller

Koralia Evolution Shaftless Impeller

  • Energy Saving: up to 50% less power consumption
  • High Efficiency: up to 20% more water flow
Koralia Evolution Performance Diagram

Koralia Evolution Performance Diagram

  • New patented, vibration absorbing magnet-suction cup support included: free and easy positioning
Koralia Evolution Magnet Suction Cup Support

Koralia Evolution Magnet Suction Cup Support

  • Sphere joint: adjustable flow direction
Koralia Evolution Rotating Joint

Koralia Evolution Rotating Joint

  • Unique impeller design: wide and gentle flow
Koralia Evolution Rotor Impeller

Koralia Evolution Rotor Impeller

  • New design: smaller and easier to position and conceal in aquarium
Koralia Evolution New Design

Koralia Evolution New Design

Koralia Evolution Specifications

Koralia Evolution Specifications

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  • Charles

    Oh look. It's a Reef Builders wannabe.

    • i know you're trying to be cute and provocative, but for the record Hydor USA contacted me with this information and I made an article about it. i send and receive emails regularly regarding new products to talk about. companies like to use blogs for somewhat free advertising with product release information. it's beneficial for them because they get their product out there and it benefits us by driving traffic.

      additionally, seeing as how reefbuilders and aquanerd are both saltwater aquarium blogs, we are bound to talk about the same or similar things. and if i'm not mistaken, the guys at reef builders use topics that others have also written about. i notice that they get stuff from glassbox design all the time and they even occasionally use some of our material (see links below). but what's sad is that i asked them at one point for permission to use some of their images. of course they said they don't let others use their images, but just recently they used two of my images (that i personally took with my own camera) without even the courtesy of asking me. i could get mad and throw a fit, but i'm not worried about it. i won't get wrapped up in the politics of something that is a hobby. plus, me and this blog are here for entertainment and educational purposes. that's why i put so much time and effort into the tip of the day articles we write every single day (with the occasional skipped day).

      here's the two links to pictures and content that rb used without our permission, if you're at all interested:

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