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Can the Cetus Sieve be used on both pump and gravity fed systems?
Yes, the Cetus can be used on both gravity and pump fed systems. You simply swap the rubber boots around on the inlet/outlet
Can the Cetus Sieve be used as a stand alone filter?
No, The Cetus Sieve I a mechanical filter only, it has no biological filtration.
What kind of filter is works best with the Cetus Sieve?
The Cetus Sieve is suitable for use with both pressurised filters such as the K+Advanced Filter, and non-pressurised filters such as the Nexus, the Cetus Sieve can be used with most brands of filter following the same installation procedure as outlined...
Can I install a Cetus Sieve and a K+Advanced filter on a pump fed system?
No, the Cetus will need to be gravity fed to install before a K+Advanced filter.
Does the Cetus Sieve need to be installed above the water level?
If the Cetus Sieve is installed on a gravity fed system it will need to be level with the surface of the pond (please refer to the manual). If the Cetus Sieve is installed on a pump-fed system it will need to be above the surface of the pond, if not ...
Why do you need balance pipe for a Cetus Sieve?
If the Cetus Sieve is installed on a system with a biological filter such as a Nexus, the balance pipe ensures that neither the Cetus or biological filter do not overflow.
Why do I need two pumps for a Cetus Sieve?
If the Cetus Sieve is installed on a system with a biological filter such as a Nexus, you will need two pumps to install the Cetus Sieve as recommended, this ensure the optimal performance of both the Cetus and biological filter. If the Cetus is...