New for 2020 is the addition of the IceCap Dual Gyre Pump WiFi Controller. The new controller utilizes CoralVue’s powerful HYDROS platform to access life-like flow patterns, scheduling, and much more.
Max Flow 2,000gph | 8~25 watts | 20-90+ gallons
Includes 2K Gyre Pump, power supply and Dual Gyre Pump WiFi Controller
Applicable for glass or acrylic aquariums up to 1/2 in thick.
IceCap 2K Gyre Flow Pump with Dual Gyre Pump WiFi Controller
The IceCap Gyre is back and better than ever! The all-new IceCap 2K Gyre Flow Pump is not only more powerful than its predecessor, it is now WiFi controllable, allowing you to fine-tune your flow effortlessly and wirelessly from your mobile device.
Control and Power a second IceCap Gyre pump
Compatible with IceCap Gyre 1K, 2K, 3K or 4K. A single power brick and controller can power up to two IceCap Gyre pumps: means less clutter around your tank!
Gyre 2K Pump Features & Benefits
- Unique Gyre Flow: Virtually Eliminates Dead Spots
- Evenly Distributed Linear Flow
- Discrete Design
- Can Be Mounted Vertically or Horizontally
- Can Be Mounted Close to the Water Surface
- Waterproof Magnet Mounts
- Twin Directional Flow Cages
- Includes 2 Sets of Propellers: Orange and Black
- HYDROS WaveEngine Direct Drive Compatible
- 1-Year Limited Manufacturer's Warranty
Gyre 2K Technical Specs
- Rating: Aquariums 20-90+ Gallons
- Maximum Flow: 2,000 Gallons Per Hour
- Minimum Flow: 739 Gallons Per Hour
- Power Consumption: 8-25 Watts
- Size: 8.78L x 2.83W x 1.5H
- Cable Length: 6ft
- Tank Thickness: Up to ½” thick
- Glass or Acrylic: Safe for Both
Why is a Gyre Generator Superior to a Wavemaker?
Wavemakers excel in making waves. While waves are spectacular to watch in motion, they are moving the majority of the water vertically up and down, with relatively low horizontal movement—especially near the bottom of the aquarium.
On the other hand, the Gyre excels in generating massive movements of water from one side of the aquarium to the other. The sheer volume of water is so substantial that it bounces off the opposite side of the aquarium to achieve full circulation within the tank. Or, as we call it, generating a “gyre flow.”