Penguin® Power Filters

Product No. PF0100B
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All Penguin® BIO-Wheel® Power Filters deliver easy, three-stage mechanical, chemical and biological aquarium filtration.

Convenient Penguin Rite-SizeTM Filter Cartridges come ready to use with each filter...ready to mechanically and chemically remove waste, discoloration and odors. Each contains new faster-acting Black Diamond® Premium Activated Carbon for maximum efficiency. Biological filtration is provided by the revolutionary and patented BIO-Wheel - proven best at removing toxic ammonia and nitrite.

All BIO-Wheel filters feature Noise-Reducing Two-Piece Vented Covers, and Adjustable Mid-Level Intake Strainers.

The Penguin® 75 BIO-Wheel® Power Filter brings Penguin's 3-stage filtration technology to aquariums up to 10 gallons. The 75 is ideal for new aquariums as well as establish tanks in need of an upgrade.

Penguin® Power Filters is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 178.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It was quiet, especially when it stopped working I bought this on May 28th to replace a filter system that we'd been using for several years that finally gave out. We had had one with a bio wheel in the past and our aquarium has an algae issue, so we went with the 200 for the 2 filters and the bio wheel. Up until today (Aug 7th), it's worked fine, but I came home from work and could hear the motor as soon as I walked in the door which is highly unusual. I walked over and took to the top cover off to make sure that something hadn't gotten sucked up into it and the whole thing just shut off and wouldn't come back on. I couldn't find anything clogging the tube or the fly wheel, it's like it just decided "Well, it's been 2 months, time to shut down".
Date published: 2012-08-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Nice while it lasts (which is not long) I had a Marineland Penguin 100 B filter, nice little gizmo, quiet, good filtration, mainly i bought because i liked the biowheel.I was satisfied overall with the product until it stopped working, approximately 9 months after i bought it. Since i had to buy another filter anyway, i decided to go with another brand as i did not see the value due to lack of durability.
Date published: 2012-06-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Little Filter! I really don't understand why so many people claim to have issues. I have been utilizing different Penguin models for many years on several nano reef tanks and have yet to have issues with any of them. I'm currently maintaining a 10 gal nano (Penguin 150B) which has been in operation for about 5 years and have yet needed to replace any parts aside from the filter pads. I wonder when the impeller is going to fail but it is still running fine. I highly recommend this line of Marineland filters.
Date published: 2012-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Filter Syatem Penguin 100 I am new to this hobby and i have a 10gl starter tank kit. I have never had a problem with this unit. great price and good size.Fish are loving it.I to did have that problem with my bio wheel but i cleand every thing inside and out and then cheanged the fileter and bio wheel and now works great. It seams the problem was with the bio wheel it was much heaver then the new one even when the new bio wheel was wet and used for 3 days. So what i am saying is if the bio wheel gets a lot of grouth on it it seams to slow down and can stop.And yeas sad to say i lost 3 guppies due to bio wheel stoping and not knowing what to do.Thanks to all at Marineland keep up the good work..
Date published: 2012-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Silent and powerful Penguin 200 Not sure why everyone is complaining about "noise" I know for a fact if you assemble the thing correctly you have no noise. This is true for ANY aquatic filter.Mostly what i read above sounds like a good 30% of them dont know how to take care of their fish.Lets hit the highlights of this filter:*Has a two part flip-top lidthis allows you to remove your filters and wash them off easily without spilling any water or making a mess.*The suction tube has TWO places to pull in debris,one mid way, and one at the bottom like normal*Excellent splash guard!Remember the dual flip-top lid i told you about? This makes a near 100% splash guard there isnt a drop on the side of my tank((Look at your filter doesn't it have white crusty stuff on it? This is from splashing a few drops now and then))*It uses TWO filter pads NOT side by side but back to backThis is just pure genius! Normal 50 gallon tank filters use two pads but place them side by side. But not marilands 50 gallon filterCONS:-Electrical cable is a bit too short for my taste-Water return is shot out through a small waterfall opening, which makes the water fall hard and fast. This might aggervate fish that are slow swimmers-Instructions were lacking just a bit they combined all 4 penguin models into one sheet of paper. the paper displays each model broken appart with arrows pointing to how everything goes. It gets the job done but i like to read about how each part works-The bio wheel is displayed in a fogged type clear plastic, for everyone to see how dirty the wheel gets when it has bacteria on it
Date published: 2012-02-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Short life span I have had this for about 6 months. It has been filtering rather well which is why it has two stars. For some reason the bio Wheel just stopped turning and no one can tell me why. I tryed cleaning it several times and nothing helped, and now it seems to be getting louder. Piece of junk.
Date published: 2012-02-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good, Not noisy just adjust this.. I like this filter. I have a 55 gallon aquarium it does a good job. I am thinking about getting a different filter now because of a new algae breakout.I had this filter for a while and it was quiet. I was giving it a thorough cleaning one evening and put it all back together and fired it up. It was VERY noisy. I figured the magnetic motor was messed up, so I kept adjusting it. I found MY noise issue to be the light gray piece (looks like a tab sticking out) on the shaft needed to move to cover the "vent" on the tube.I posted this review to hopefully help people with this issue because it was driving my wife and I crazy.The filter is a good filter, but I am looking into getting the emperor series for an upgrade.
Date published: 2012-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Penguin 150 Three weeks old and the penguin 150 that came with my 28gal bow front is doing wonderful. Filter impeller is almost silent ( I have to strain to hear it) and I love the sound of the return flow surface agitation.
Date published: 2012-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ONE OF THE GREATEST FILTERS EVER MADE! I have tried a lot of filters on my tanks. Most of them filtered okay, but there was still that fish tank smell. These filters take away all those odors and keep the water so clear! They are nice and quiet too. I also like the fact that they feel well made and are reliable. I don't know much about the Bio-wheels but they must work because I have never had an ammonia or nitirite problem. I own 4 of these filters and when I get a bigger tank I am going with Marineland! A great investment!
Date published: 2012-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 150's & 350's I don't get it. Where do people get noise from with these filters. I purchased 2 350's and 2 150's and they are very quiet. My older ones produce the water trickling sound but no other impeller sounds. I am recently back in the hobby and have purchased 6 Emperors 4 pengiuns and have just ordered 4 more 350's. One thought I have on noise is if people are getting sand substrate in the filter which will ruin an impeller in no time. One other thing is if the carbon filled cartridges are not rinsed to remove the small particles, which will also destroy the impeller causing noise. I came close to ordering a different brand of filter because of a good deal but backed out before I put in the order. I started thinking about my old Penguins that my son has that are still running and have been for many many years. The price of these on line is like stealing and they're better than most all other filters out there.Sorry for the long rant but i hate to see a great filter beat up on. One more thing my experince on filtration is at least 8 x tank size.(30 gal = 240 gph filter) for healthy fish.Thanks Bob
Date published: 2012-01-14
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Decent filtration, loud impeller I have had the Penguin 200 in my 30gal. freshwater tank for about 6 months or so and I will say the water does stay reasonably clean even with the large number of fish I have. The down side to this filter though is that the impeller makes a TON of noise. I have tried various ways to quiet the noise, but it will not stop. My last resort is to buy a new impeller and see if that solves anything. I personally wouldn't recommend this filter because the price does not match the quality and the noise is very irritating especially at night while I'm trying to sleep.
Date published: 2012-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product - Penguin Bio-Wheel 200 I don't know why other reviewers have a problem with their Bio-Wheel 200 being noisy. I set mine up according to instructions and it's worked fine with very little noise. I installed a second filter in the slot closest to the Bio-Wheel and noticed that it was obstructing the wheel. Then, I realized that I'd put it in backward. I turned it around, re-installed it the RIGHT way and again, works perfectly and quietly. I would recommend it to anyone!
Date published: 2011-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I think the reviewers are using this product incorrectly... Since my boyfriend has moved in with me, he's made me add 8 fish, 2 cats, and a second chinchilla to my family. I had an Aquaclear 30 filter that was given to me with a 29gal aquarium, and he just wasn't satisfied with it (I saw no problem, but I guess that's how hobbyists are.) He suggested we get the Penguin 150 filter, and now I can see what he was talking about. We only use one filter slot at a time, and it gets disgusting!! Sadly, the filter cartridges are expensive. I try to rinse them out to prolong their life at least a few days, but it normally doesn't work. I'm going to have to look online for cheaper filters. However, the filter is silent! I don't understand all these negative reviews concerning the sound. The only time this filter gets loud is if the water level is too low (especially if the slits in the tube are above water) or if there is air trapped in the filter somewhere. The solution: Pour some water into it and make sure the tube is securely attached how it's supposed to be. (Meaning: just mess around with it for a few moments and you should have no problem.) However, for a while our biowheel would not spin even when there was adequate water flowing under the wheel. Out of the blue the wheel started to spin again and has been spinning like a champ ever since.In conclusion:Pros: works well, silentCons: expensive filters, wheel sometimes doesn't workPS: why is my nickname "punky" and it had some weird email already typed????
Date published: 2011-07-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It's just OK. This filter is just OK. If I were to do an HOB filter again I would go with the Emperor 400. I have the Penguin 350 and I'm just so-so with it. It seems flimsy when I clean it and I prefer the additional filter area of the 400. Wouldn't buy this one again.
Date published: 2011-07-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I would expect to be blending margaritas with something so noisy For the past 9 months this filter has done a great job keeping my 35 gallon tank clean. For this reason alone I have given this product a second star, but cant rank the filter as "average" due to the insanely short life span of the impeller.
Date published: 2011-07-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from RIDICULOUSLY LOUD....Short life, BIO-Wheel 200 RIDICULOUSLY LOUD. I have used Marineland filters for 4years but no more. I have been through 2 bio-wheel 200s in about 1.5 years. They both started out quiet but slowly started to sound like they are chewing through gravel. I have tried cleaning the impeller housing but it was a waste of time. This filter does it's job but I would expect it to last longer and not sound like a rock tumbler.Also, the impeller it's self looks like it is corroding...... Why can't you buy just the impeller I'm not paying for the entire "assembly".
Date published: 2011-07-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Penguin 150 is a great filter I have never had the noise problem with mine. But the water fall effect dose show up a little faster due to the outlet being a little shorter the aqueon's in my 75 gallon. Not big deal, just keep the tank full. Recovers faster than the aqueon's after tank cleaning. Over all im very pleased.
Date published: 2011-06-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from PENGUIN 150 VERY LOUD Seems to be a problem with these filters. I have 2 of them, one is okay but after a few weeks the impeller bacame very loud in the second one. Everything I have tried ( cleaning, repositioning impeller and impeller housing and lift tube) has not helped. It does drive you crazy after awile.
Date published: 2011-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best outside filter I have used. I currently use two of the 200s. They are very quiet and effective. The only negatives are that the flow rate can not be adjusted (minor issue) and that is not a refillable carbon element available. I would prefer a separate foam filter and separate refillable carbon cage or bag.
Date published: 2011-06-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from LOUD, VERY LOUD. I purchased the Penguin 150, this thing is loud. I could hear it all over the house. I don't recommend it. At all!
Date published: 2011-05-29
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After my power went out during Hurricane Harvey, I cleaned my filter and tube And re -plugged in the pump.  The impeller noise is horrific-  It is so loud! I have had this pump for several years and it has never been this loud.  Any ideas ?

Asked by: Lake girl
Make sure you primed it with water. Also, take a q tip or corner of a paper towel with some vinegar and clean out the motor region. Soak the impeller in white vinegar. You may have some deposits that are causing the impeller to rub something. Another possibility could be that it received damage from the power coming back on. We do sell replacement impellers, so you may need to replace it. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-10-12

How often to change the actual filter cartrage on filter once a month?

Asked by: Shownuff
Typically, once a month, but it will depend on your stocking level, how much you feed, and so forth. Sometimes it may be 2-3 weeks. In some cases, you can go longer than 4 weeks, but 4 is a good average. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-10-12

I have a Penguin 200 Biowheel Power Filter. I have a Saltwater tank. What do you suggest using to help keep sand out of the impeller?

Asked by: TiffanyW1
There are foam or sponge-like accessories sold separately for this purpose or you can use loose filter floss to stuff the bottom strainer. Some people use the toe of a nylon stocking tied over the strainer. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-10-12

I have a 38Gal Marineland bow front tank kit that came with the Penguin 200. I would like to increase filtration. What filter would you recommend or add, and is it necessary or good idea?

Asked by: JTInc
The more filtration, the better in most cases, but it is not exactly necessary, per se. That particular tank has a center brace, which means any filter you decide to use cannot be longer than 14". We do not have a larger power filter that will fit that space. You could go with a canister filter such as the Magniflow 220. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-09-19

Hi! I have a 10 gallon tank that is currently dealing with a power outage. The filter and biowheel stopped and dried out for 3 days now. Should I get a new biowheel once the power starts up again? I'm worried about starting from scratch.

Asked by: arianaa94
No, just do small partial water changes of the tank each day, like around a gallon or two. This will keep providing fresh oxygen to the tank and keep the biological filter alive until you have power again. Feed the fish very, very little, once a day. Float the bio wheel if you want to, but it will re-develop bacteria once it is going again. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-09-13

What is this maximum edge thickness the 200gph filter will hang off of. We are planning to use a plastic tub and the edges are thick so would it be able to fit and hang off of it?

Asked by: just1question
The area under the spillway of the filter is approximately 2.5" wide. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-09-25

I recently bought a used aquarium with a CBW-1 system. it has been used with fresh and salt water previously. should I consider replacing the bio-wheel before I start it?

Asked by: JScott
Hi JScott. We're not familiar with that system. If the bio-wheels are intact and there is no history of disease in the tanks it was used in there is no reason to replace it though.
Answered by: Customer Service
Date published: 2017-09-08

My last bio whell system have a spray bar for bio wheel. I just bought a new aquarium and have the penguin 200 but don't see a spray bar,Also how do you adjust flow rate?

Asked by: Paul62
The Penguin line does not come with spray bars, the Emperor 400 is the only one that does. You can close off the mid-level strainer to adjust it somewhat, but it will not reduce it greatly. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-08-30

Hi! I have a brand new Marineland 29 gallon tank that has been set up for about a week and a half. Everything was working fine but all of a sudden the bio-wheel will not turn. It hasn't even been 12 days. Help!

Asked by: NewFishMom
Make sure your water level is to the top of the tank and has not evaporated down. Lift the intake tube and re-seat it in case some debris has become lodged in it or in the impeller, and as a last resort, remove the intake tube, impeller housing and impeller, in case something got pulled in and is caught, reducing the flow rate of the filter. Please call us with questions or if you cannot resolve this. 1-800-322-1266. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-08-30

On this unit, can I add an additional media container? My Marineland filter has one and I need to replace it. Its about 10 years old and the impeller assembly is shot.

Asked by: shankshot9
The Penguin 100 does not take a media container, no. It has room for two cartridges. Only the Penguins 200 and 350 take the media containers. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-08-29

Just got the penguin 200 won't suck water running and bubbling in the top of filter

Asked by: Joel B
Make sure your water level in the tank is all the way up to the top. Also, pull the intake tube and impeller housing out then re-seat them back into the filter. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-08-23

I have penguin bio wheel 200. After the electric went off in the whole house for like three seconds it won't turn on again. It is plugged into a good power strip. Is there a reset button somewhere powerstrip works for the rest plugged into it. Thanks!

Asked by: Robinleigh
No, you simply need to take it apart and clean your impeller and the inside of the motor. Most likely it is clogged or overdue for a cleaning, which is why it did not re-prime on its own. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-08-23

can it be possible to replace just the motor of a 150 penguin filter ( the part with the cord)

Asked by: nani
No, this is not available separately. However, the impeller is in case that is the actual issue, which is usually the case. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-08-21

I have the 350, and my didn't come with a Spray bar and the chemical filter parts ? 

Asked by: Ramon14
The Penguin 350 does not come with those parts, the Emperor 400 does. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-08-21

I had a tank with a really bad ich infestation, will they linger in the biowheel?

Asked by: C_willie
No. If you just finished dosing though, it is a good idea to come back 7 days later and do one dose to make sure you killed all of the larvae. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-08-17

How do I order the bio-wheel assembly. part PRBW150B AND PRBW2350B

Asked by: wwtwo523
Thanks for asking, wwtwo523. You can order those directly from our website! Just type the item numbers in the search bar, add to your cart, and check out.
Answered by: Customer Service
Date published: 2017-08-08

I just got the biowheel 100 yesterday. Today I noticed it had too much suction. I adjusted the light gray piece on the filter. SNAP. Then... for an hour I tried to get the filter to work. The biowheel doesn't spin now. What is the problem?!

Asked by: Feisty_Unicorn
Well, first, there is no such thing as too much suction. When you closed the lever, you either slowed it down so much it can't pull enough water to turn the bio wheel correctly or you moved the intake tube slightly out of position so it is not operating properly now. Pull the intake tube, impeller housing, and impeller out of the filter box and inspect them. Re-insert them, and make sure the water in the tank is to the top. Call us if you are unable to resolve. 1-800-322-1266. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-08-01

Can I change a Bio wheel 350 from a saltwater filter after being stored for years to a freshwater filter?

Asked by: kidfish
You should be able to by cleaning the parts with white vinegar and rinsing them well. You may need to replace the bio wheels. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-07-28

I am selling my current tank and including the Marineland filter with it. The tank may be in storage for a while. Can the bio-wheel on the filter be stored, or should I just throw it away?

Asked by: SlyLilHuntress
It can be stored, yes. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-07-27

I am upgrading my filter to a marineland emperor 400. Since I will now have two brand new bio wheels how can I expect that to effect my tank? Will there be adverse effects to having new bio wheels over my seasoned one?

Asked by: Angela71
Hi Angela71. To help prevent displacing your beneficial bacteria I suggest running the two filters at the same time or floating the seasoned bio-wheels in the water while the new filter runs. Either option should give the new filter a chance to season.
Answered by: Customer Service
Date published: 2017-07-28

I have Penguin 150 - I recently start to hear the motor noise was getting a bit loud. The filter seems to be working fine. I cleaned all the parts and the air stones are far from intake tubes. It is common to have some bit noise from the filter/motor?

Asked by: Question Lady
Noise occurs for a number of reasons. If this filter is a few years old, the impeller could be wearing out. If you only used water to clean it, try soaking the impeller in distilled white vinegar to remove deposits water cannot remove. Also, take a q tip and vinegar and swab the motor out thoroughly. Make sure there is no sand in the motor or up under the magnet. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-07-18

My bio wheel still isn't turning . I took the impeller out and cleaned everything  The tank is full as well. It only worked for maybe 2 hours and I've had it for 2 weeks now.

Asked by: Rosario
We're sorry to hear the suggested troubleshooting hasn't helped, Rosario. Please give us a call at 1-800-526-0650 for more help.
Answered by: Customer Service
Date published: 2017-07-13

I just purchased a penguin bio wheel 75. As soon as a plus it in, it makes a loud humming sound, but is clearly receiving power. It will not suck up water though. I have taken it apart & put it back together. Am I doing something wrong or is it bad?

Asked by: MereR
Hi Mere! I'm sorry to hear it's not working. I suggest removing the filter cartridge, bio-wheel and other media first. Then fill the back of the filter to prime it. Plug it back in and continue to fill it with water from your take. It may take a minute, but the water should start pumping through normally. If it doesn't, try removing the impeller, cleaning it, then replacing it. We're happy to walk you through this over the phone at 1-800-526-0650.
Answered by: Customer Service
Date published: 2017-07-13

in need of replacement bio-wheels for my penguin 400

Asked by: scary cherri
We do not make a Penguin 400, we do make an Emperor 400. Here are all of the bio wheels we sell direct: http://www.marineland.com/search.aspx?q=bio%20wheel#/?filter.brand=Marineland BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-07-07

My 6 month old bio wheel stopped working, I have to penguin 200 for my 55 gal my community makes up 25 because of my 2 day old fry babies. I took the damaged wheel and put in the one that worked it didn't turn if I replace the unit will my frys die

Asked by: Mixcommunity
Purchase a new bio wheel and float it in the tank for a week, try to keep the old one in the filter system, even though it is not turning, there will be some bacteria on the portion that is in the water. Also, your biological filter is throughout the tank, so you should be fine, but monitor the water quality. If you start getting a spike in ammonia, do a small partial water change and add Marineland Freshwater Bio Spira or Tetra SafeStart Plus. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-07-07

I bought my Penquin 150 a few months ago and recently took it apart and cleaned the intake flushed out everything except I didn't use vinegar. I keep live plants in my freshwater aquarium, the intake clogs real easy will this stop bio wheel from turning?

Asked by: FancyLady
Yes, it definitely will, as well a dirty impeller. Remove the impeller housing and impeller also, clean them, and use a paper towel or q tip down in the well of the motor. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-07-28

I'm starting a new tank with my old emperor filter I bought a while ago. Should I throw out the bio-wheel or should I wash it?

Asked by: Pøøh Bear
Neither, if it is in good shape and will turn. Otherwise, buy a new one. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-07-28

Is there a warranty on my mainland bio wheel filter? I have had it for under a year and it stopped working and is very hot. My old one that is over 10 years is working fine but I need 2. Thank you

Asked by: Gail G
It has a warranty of three years. However, hot means it is still working. Most likely the impeller is clogged and needs to be removed for maintenance. Take the filter off of the tank, remove this part and clean it, and the motor itself. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-06-28

I currently am using an AquaClear 50 in a 30 gallon tank. The filter is over 15 years old and fails to restart after a power outage. Am looking to buy a Penguin 200 as a replacement. Do these have the same issue of not restarting after loss of power?

Asked by: JBS from PA
Filters typically only have this issue when they need some cleaning or the impeller has become worn out. The Penguins will restart as long as they are not clogged with sludge, algae or other debris. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-06-28

Was the impeller housing already installed with the 200 model. I did not get those pieces if not. And my biowheel turned for maybe a couple of hours and then stopped 

Asked by: Rosario
Hi Rosario, Yes, we install the impeller and impeller housing here on the production line. Remove them from the right hand side of the filter box, and re-seat them in case they were pushed out of position during shipping. Also, your water level must be to the top of the tank. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-06-28
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PF0075B - Penguin 75 - 10 gal/75 GPH
PF0100B - Penguin 100 - 20 gal/100 GPH
PF0150B - Penguin 150 - 30 gal/150 GPH
PF0200B - Penguin 200 - 50 gal/200 GPH
PF0350B - Penguin 350 - 75 gal/350 GPH

Penguin Power Filter Manual 75B

Penguin Power Filter Manual Models 100B, 150B, 200B and 350B  

Penguin Quick Set Up Guide Models 100B, 150B, 200B and 350B 

 

 

Product

Certified Flow Rate

Aquarium Size

Rite Size Media

Penguin 75B

75 GPH

up to 10 gallons

A

Penguin 100B

100 GPH

up to 20 gallons

A

Penguin 150B

150 GPH

up to 30 gallons

B

Penguin 200B

200 GPH

up to 50 gallons

C

Penguin 350B

350 GPH

up to 75 gallons

C

Penguin & Emperor Cartridge Dimensions

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