Red Sea REEFER™ XL Concept
The new REEFER™ XL 425 and REEFER™ XL 525 models are both 7.5cm/3" wider than the regular REEFER™ 350 & 450, enabling you to create substantial aquascaping while still providing plenty of water volume and space for your aquarium inhabitants. Both also feature proportionately larger sumps with an extra 3cm / 1.2" water height in the skimmer chamber.
Red Sea’s REEFER™ series of Reef Systems provide advanced hobbyists with a solid foundation for building a fully featured reef or marine aquarium.
The REEFER™ series combines a contemporary, rimless, ultra-clear glass aquarium with a stylish cabinet and a comprehensive water management system including a professional sump with integrated automatic top-up and Red Sea’s unique silent down-flow system.
Incorporating technologies originally developed for Red Sea’s all-in-one MAX® coral reef systems, the REEFER™ series is designed for ease of operation while enabling the advanced hobbyist to install an unlimited choice of lighting, filtration, circulation and controllers to create a uniquely customized system.
Red Sea REEFER™ XL Features:
Rimless, ultra-clear, beveled edge glass aquarium
Elegant Marine-Spec cabinet
Professional sump with constant height skimmer chamber and micron filter bags
Silent, regulated down-flow system with emergency overflow
Integrated automatic top-up system with reservoir
Assembly-ready piping – no gluing required
Features of the Red Sea REEFER™ XL include:
The REEFER™ XL models are 7.5cm/3" wider in comparison to the REEFER™ 350/450 systems and have proportionately larger sumps with an extra 3cm / 1.2" water height in the skimmer chamber.
REEFER™ XL Specification
REEFER™ aquariums are constructed from thick, beveled-edge, ultra-clear glass to support their elegant and modern rimless design.
The aquarium sits on a recessed base that “floats” it above the cabinet, which seamlessly follows the contour of the glass.
The marine-spec laminated cabinet that houses the sump and vented space for chillers, is smartly finished with weatherproof, epoxy-painted doors. Offered with black or white exteriors, all cabinets have a black interior which maintains its clean appearance over time.
REEFER™ Water Management System
The comprehensive water management system provides the base for excellent water quality. Surface water from all sides of the aquarium is actively fed to the sump through the regulated silent flow downpipe.
Removable surface-skimming combs surround the top of the centrally located overflow box that houses the downpipe, sump return pipe and the discreet multi-directional “eyeball” return outlet nozzle.
In the event of a blockage in the regulated downpipe, an additional emergency overflow pipe provides an unrestricted free flow of aquarium water directly to the sump.
On entering the sump the water passes through a 225 micron mechanical filter bag, before entering the filtration compartment that maintains a constant water height, making it suitable for all skimmers and other reactors.
In order to remove any air bubbles that may have escaped from the skimmer, the water passes through a bubble-stripping cascade on its way to the return pump chamber.
To ensure a constant water level in the pump compartment, all REEFER™ sumps include an integrated automatic freshwater top-up unit, guaranteeing a constant, stable water flow throughout the complete system.
Supplied as a complete self-assembly kit, all pipe work is ready without the need for any gluing.
New Changes! While you won’t notice any changes to the overall external appearance of our REEFER™ tanks, you’ll find some significant improvements within the system itself.
-Downflow valve now positioned at the front of the cabinet.
-Adjustable height skimmer chamber.
-Increased volume for RO reservoir.
-New filter cup, supplied in addition to a micron filter bag (both items also available as accessories for all REEFER models).
-Marine Spec plywood cabinet with leveling feet for models XL425 and XL525 (previously available only for the XXL & Peninsula series).
The REEFER™ 170 model remains unchanged due to cabinet space limitations.