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Eheim 2075 Pro 3 Canister Filter - Up to 160 gal.

by Eheim

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  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 19.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B002AQED9Q
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #174,666 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

The Eheim 2075 Professional 3 canister filter, is the ultimate choice for large aquariums. The 2075 combines proven Eheim quality and performance, with enhanced design, for ease of use, and energy efficiency. Rated for aquariums up to 160 gallons, and a maximum flow rate of 330 gph, the Eheim 2075 provides premium performance, while only consuming 16 watts of energy. Prefilter system reduces major cleanings and improves filtration. 4 easy-access filter baskets allow for complete media versatility. Handy push-button prime immediately starts operation. All plumbing tubing and pipes, as well as Eheim filter pads and media are included, for complete operation. High performance ceramics in pump mechanism, ensure quiet operation, and long lasting performance. Security hose locks on shut off valve tubing conectors helps prevent leaks, and makes maintenace easy and trouble free.

Customer Reviews

Fooled me once, shame on you...fooled me twice, shame on me.
Ms P
A few days ago it started to leak and ruined my hardwood floor and went into the walls.
broncosfan
I chose Eheim over other models because of Eheim's reputation.
Sam Vong

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Chuck on May 7, 2011
I have owned the 2075 for about a year and one night it just started leaking. Imagine my surprise the next morning when I noticed all of the water in front of the tank. It leaked several gallons of water overnight. I got lucky this happened on the weekend, it took a very long time to clean it all up.

Next I find the leak, an internal o-ring between the pump and the canister needs replaced. This causes the unit to leak at the power cord inlet. It didn't take long to find the leak, it takes much longer to get the part. Everywhere that sold these gasket sets had none in stock. I have an order in with Trilby Tropical. They tell me the gasket sets are on back order. I have e-mailed the company, they have not responded. That was 3 weeks ago! I am still waiting. I had to buy a new filter to keep the fish healthy. I could never own another Eheim product. That was a waste of $300.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Nimajneb on September 23, 2010
I've owned an Eheim 2217 for many years and it has operated flawlessly. I recently set up a new 110 gallon community tank and decided to spring on the latest Eheim model - the 2075. It's only been running 2 months so perhaps my impression on this will improve, but so far it's been underwhelming.

As others have mentioned, the priming button doesn't really work. YOu have to press the buttom 20+ times...just when you're about to give up and try to do it the hard way then it springs to life.

Second, even after a 50% water change, my water is still cloudy. It doesn't seem to help...although I'm hoping this gets settled once the tank has been running a few more months.

If I can do this again, I would get the Eheim Pro II 2028, which has gotten MUCh better reviews.

** Edited 10/25/10 **

The cloudiness has settled and the tank is pristine. However, the priming button still doesn't work. I think I've isolated the cause - the floating valve gets stuck in the cavity which prevents a suction from forming initially. I don't know what'll happen if I remove the float valve...maybe I'll try it next time.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Susan B. Hoyt on November 5, 2011
Just like some of the other reviewers I have had considerable problems with leaks. The first time was after eight months of use. Eheim replaced the unit and now here I am a year later with another flood.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Sam Vong on July 23, 2011
I have 3 big fancy goldfish in a 55g tank, which needs a lot of filtration because these fish produce a lot of waste. I was a first time buyer of an external canister filter and a first-time purchaser of an Eheim product. I had heard that older Eheim models were very reliable, but I ended up buying the Eheim Pro 3 2075 from Marine Depot because this model had a newer, sleeker design, and sounded easy to clean. I chose Eheim over other models because of Eheim's reputation. I bought the Eheim in April 2010. Several days ago, that is, a year and two months later, the filter is leaking water somewhere close to the electric cord, a complaint that other reviewers of this product have reported on Amazon and on numerous other forums. Upon finding this leak, I cleaned the filter, thoroughly checked for any cracks, plugged it back in, and it seemed to work fine. Fours hours later, I found a puddle of water by the filter yet again. I frantically shut off the filter, Googled "Eheim Pro 3 leaks" (try it yourself) and found that other people also experienced the exact same problem with this filter in the exact same spot. People also seemed to notice these leaks after one year of owning this filter, which is also my case. The Eheim Pro 3 series clearly has defects that the manufacturer needs to correct. Do not purchase filters from the Eheim Pro 3 line! When I installed this filter upon first receiving it, the filter worked beautifully and I was ecstatic with the results. Within the one year of owning it, I was able to change the filter media only 4 times with incredible ease. However, I think you only begin to see these leaks after the machine has been running for awhile. I'm disappointed with this product because I paid over $200 for the filter.Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Prem925 on March 27, 2011
I replaced my Fluval 405 with the Eheim 2075 Pro3. The pump worked well for 2 years and then started leaking. It's not that uncommon to have a leak around the main gasket (dirt, damage, improper seating, lack of lubricant, etc), but this leak was coming from the electrical cord outlet on the back. Taking the pump head and cleaning it didn't help. I was losing about 2 gallons a day. Replacing the 0-rings at the quick diconnect coupling and spraying it with Eheim silicone spray didn't help. Somehow, water was getting into the head housing, collecting there and overflowing from the electrical cord opening. After trying everything I could think of, I decided to run my tank on the other Eheim 2075 and keep the original for spare parts.

About 2 weeks ago, the 2nd 2075 started leaking at the same location. I don't know if this is a leaky ball valve (shutoff lever), defective primer seal or something else. Desperate for new 0-rings and main gaskets ($28!) I came across Trilby Tropical Sales. They weren't aware of any specific problem with the 2075s, but they contacted Eheim Tech Support and pleaded my case. Thanks to them, Eheim is shipping me 2 new replacement pumps at no charge. I know there are a lot of Eheims out there and the classics seem to have a much better track record. There must have been some manufacturing defect with this series of 2075s because Tech Support specifically asked me what series I had. For now, I will keep an open mind about Eheim pumps. Their willingness to replace both pumps is honorable and I appreciate that. Time will tell if they've truly addressed the problem.

5 months later: The replacement pump heads from Eheim seem to be holding up well and I have no issues with leaks so it warrants an extra star.
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