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Internal Filter - IF-202 - 58 gph

SKU# 26955

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Quick Overview

  • Space-saving and flexible internal filtration system
  • Mount horizontally or vertically with integrated suction cups
  • Features fully adjustable flow control
  • Optional spray bar attachment delivers a wider range output
  • Optional venturi line offers increased oxygenation
Internal Filter - IF-202 - 58 gph
The Aquatop IF-202 is a great space-saving and flexible internal filtration system designed for freshwater and saltwater aquariums up to 20 gallons in size. This ultra-quiet and highly efficient filter can be horizontally or vertically mounted with the integrated suction cups, and comes equipped with an adjustable flow control with a maximum output of 58 gph. The IF-202 includes an optional spray bar attachment for a wider range output and an optional venturi line which allows you to increase oxygenation for your aquarium's inhabitants. This energy-efficient internal filter contains a dense filter sponge to provide effective mechanical and biological filtration. Super easy to install and maintain!

Canadian Residents: due to electrical regulatory standards, this product is intended for sale in the provinces of Alberta and Quebec.
Additional Information
SKU 26955
MPN IF-202
UPC 810281010885
Brand Aquatop
Total Watts 3.5 W
GPH 58 gph
Dimension 4.25" x 1.75" x 1.25"
Media & Parts

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  • Internal Filter - IF-201 - 42 gph


    Can you change the media/sponge inserts?
    Asked on 11/7/2014 by stephanie

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      Yes, they can be replaced - we also carry the replacement sponges.

      Answered on 11/17/2014 by Anonymous
  • Internal Filter - IF-202 - 58 gph


    There are NO directions in the box! No place that I can see to adjust the pump. anyone have any idea how to adjust the flow?
    Asked on 9/24/2013 by gracierat from Az

    1 answer



      If you are looking at the back where the suction cups are, on the left side of the unit there is a piece that you can move up or down. That piece controls the flow. If you require further information please do not hesitate to contact us by Q&A, Phone, or email.

      Answered on 10/1/2013 by Josh L
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