Shop Aquarium Pumps
SevenPorts is your trusted source of aquarium pumps from reliable brands in the industry, including Oase, Sicce, and ZKSJ. Many of our pumps feature built-in flow control, a tubing adapter and inline tubing adapter, power cable, and suction cups, just to name a few.
We stock aquarium pumps for both pond and fish tank use. Each fish tank pump you will find on our website is available in multiple sizes. In addition, each product includes the rate voltage, power consumption, flow rate, and watt specifications. Improve your aquarium flow today!
Fish Tank Pumps
Our fish tank pumps are compact, lightweight, and powerful. They are suitable for both freshwater and marine use and operate quietly. Each pump’s energy efficiency is well-tested and proven to work better than most competitors'. Additionally, most of our fish tank water pumps are protected with an included warranty.
Shop all aquarium pumps in our online store, or get in touch with our experts who are happy to provide you more info. Simply give us a call at 1 (626) 333-5372 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on our fish tank pumps.
Types of Aquarium Pumps
We have several different types of aquarium pumps available, depending on your needs. Some are suitable for ponds, while some are specifically for indoor aquatics. We carry the brands OASE, Sicce, and ZKSJ. Each of our pumps comes with plenty of features and benefits, depending on the type of aquarium you have.
Please view our different types of aquarium pumps below.
OASE Aquarium Pumps
Our OASE pumps are easy to install and feature inline capabilities. OASE pumps include an adjustable flow control that is built into the pump. Their energy efficiency is superb and demonstrates better output than other similar competitor pumps. OASE pumps are both freshwater and saltwater compatible, making it the perfect aquarium pump choice for a stream, pond, or reef setup. Lightweight and powerful, these efficient pumps easily attach to the aquarium, use less energy, and provide great output.
SevenPorts carries the following OASE pumps, by gallons per hour:
- • OASE Optimax Indoor Aquatics 135i Pump 135 gph
- • OASE Optimax Indoor Aquatics 250 Pump 250 gph
- • OASE Optimax Indoor Aquatics 285 Pump 285 gph
- • OASE Optimax Indoor Aquatics 560 Pump 560 gph
- • OASE Optimax Indoor Aquatics 800 Pump 800 gph
- • OASE Optimax Indoor Aquatics 1150 Pump 1150 gph
- • OASE Optimax Indoor Aquatics 1420 Pump 1420 gph
Platinum DC Blue Pumps
Our Platinum DC Blue aquarium pumps are designed with sine wave technology, ensuring super quiet operation. They feature a thickened and insulated ABS shell to help further reduce sound. In addition, they are low voltage and extremely energy efficient, making them an exceptional choice for both freshwater and saltwater aquariums.
We stock the following Platinum DC Blue pumps, by gallons per hour:
- • Platinum DC Blue 800 Pump – 793 gph
- • Platinum DC Blue 1600 Pump – 1579 gph
- • Platinum DC Blue 2100 Pump – 2113 gph
- • Platinum DC Blue 3200 Pump – 3170 gph
- • Platinum DC Blue 20000 Pump – 5263 gph
- • Platinum DC Blue 30000 Pump – 7895 gph
Be sure to check out the flow rate, head pressure, power consumption, voltage, dimensions, inlet, and outlet of each pump. Questions about which pump by gallons per hour you need? Be sure to contact our friendly team members at 1 (626) 333-5372.
Syncra Aquarium Pumps
Shop Syncra, Syncra Pro, and Syncra Advanced pumps. The simplicity of these aquarium pumps offer Sicce rotor technology and ease of maintenance. Our Syncra pumps are exceptionally versatile and run either internally or externally. In addition, Syncra pumps are super quiet and have excellent energy efficiency.
Our Syncra pumps are available in the following models:
- • Syncra Pro 550 gph
- • Syncra Pro 1500 gph
- • Syncra Advanced Pump 9 2500GPH
- • Syncra SDC 6.0 400-1450 GPH
- • Syncra SDC 7.0 800-1900GPH
- • Syncra SDC 9.0 1000-2500GPH
Common Aquarium Pump FAQs
What is the best aquarium pump?
The best aquarium pump is going to ultimately depend on the size of your tank. Other factors include noise level energy efficiency, and price in relation to quality. Ideally, you want to choose a brand of aquarium pump that delivers on powerful flow rate, silent operation, compact size, and energy efficiency. Lastly, compare many of the different styles and brands of aquarium pumps. Be sure to check customer reviews, testimonials, product specifications, and what influencers in the aquarium keeping community have to save about their aquarium pumps.
What size pump do I need for my aquarium?
You should choose an aquarium pump that should have a flow rate that’s between 5x to 10x the aquarium’s total water volume per hour. So, if you are keeping a 50-gallon aquarium, you’ll need a pump that has a flow rate of 250-500 GPH.
Why is my fish tank pump not working?
Fish tank pump not working? There are a number of common reasons. First, identify the problem. Has your pump completely failed? It may be due to a clogged motor, an issue with the connective cables, a burned out motor, or a power surge. If there is no suction, you may have a clog (e.g. debris, sand, algae, etc. has built up in the device.) For more information about why your aquarium pump isn’t working, read our pump cleaning and troubleshooting guide here, or give our team a call at 1 (626) 333-5372, and we can help debug the issue.