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  1. Product Link: https://www.coralvue.com/icecap-turf-scrubber These updated units are already on the market and on retailer shelves (pricing unchanged), but we wanted to take a moment to share some of the changes that have been made to the IceCap Algae Turf Scrubbers because a lot of the inspiration came from the feedback of early adopters on forums like NR. We value the opinions of all hobbyists and sincerely appreciate everyone who cared enough to share their thoughts. You've really helped us to build a better product! If there are any early adopters reading this that have experienced an issue with your scrubber, we invite you to contact us at support@coralvue.com so we can help you out!Some of the changes we've made include: The spray bar is slotted now (rather than a bunch of small holes) which helps water flow evenly down the mesh screen. A spray bar cover was added to prevent algae from growing in the drain holes and clogging. Leak guards were added on the sides so no salt creep comes out of the spray bar. Red LEDs were added to the lights for better hair algae growth. Thumb-locking screws were added to lock the water inlet pipe in position. Here are some quick photos that show these changes:
  2. CoralVue Aquarium Products

    Win an IceCap Algae Turf Scrubber from CoralVue!

    We are giving away an IceCap Algae Turf Scrubber in the size of your choice (S, M, or L)! All you have to do is sign up for our email newsletter by 11/15/19 for your chance to win!* https://mailchi.mp/coralvue/icecap-algae-turf-scrubber *There is no purchase necessary to enter or win. Ends 11/15/19. Winner will be contacted by email. Open to legal residents of the US age 18 or older. Void where prohibited.
  3. CoralVue Aquarium Products

    NEW VIDEO: How to Install an IceCap Algae Scrubber!

    NEW VIDEO: How to Install an IceCap Algae Scrubber! We'll show you how to set up your first scrubber!
  4. CoralVue Aquarium Products

    FIRST LOOK: Algae Scrubber-Friendly Sump from IceCap!

    Here are some pictures of an algae-scrubber friendly sump design that IceCap is developing. What do you think? We have 3 different sized algae scrubbers. Should we make different sized sumps to accommodate each of them? Thank you in advance for your feedback!
  5. CoralVue Aquarium Products

    You Saw Them at MACNA⁠—Now They're IN STOCK!

    You Saw Them at MACNA⁠—Now They're IN STOCK! Use Algae to Fight Algae with an IceCap Algae Scrubber!
  6. Setting up a 10 gal (20" across and 12" deep) for LPS and soft corals with some invertebrates and I am trying to figure out if it's necessary to include an algae turf scrubber to my tank. I know that it's beneficial for corals but is it worth the effort of making one? I don't have a sump or fuge mainly because they look difficult and expensive to set up and I didn't think one would be needed for a tank this small but I'd like to know if it would be worth investing in and how I can go about setting one up. I'm worried about any sort of drilling due to the fact that the glass isn't thick and I'm worried about it breaking. That's why I feel like setting up an ATS would be a lot of work for this tank. Anyone know of a way you can set one up without a sump? Any and all advice is much appreciated, I want to make sure I'm doing everything right. Thanks a ton!
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