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New Tunze nanostream on the horizon

By Leonard Ho - Posted Mar 10, 2011 01:10 PM
I've confirmed with multiple sources that Tunze will introduce a new nanostream at Reefstock 2011 (March 12). The new Turbelle nanostream - currently designated 6095 - will the most powerful nanostream yet.
New Tunze nanostream on the horizon

Tunze to announce their new nanostream 6095 (photo of Tunze 6055. The 6095 is reported to be the same size)

What we've been informed about the new Turbelle nanostream 6095 thus far:

  • The 6095 will not be replacing any models.  Rather, it is an additional model in the nanostream line.
  • The 6095 will produce 2650gph of flow.  That represents a 80% increase over the 6055 (currently the most powerful nanostream available).
  • The 6095 will be the same dimensions as the 6055
  • The 6095 will offer the same feature set as the 6055.  Essentially, it is the 6055, with significantly more flow.
  • Flow pattern is specified at 4ft x 2.5ft coverage.  This represents a wider flow pattern than the 6055.
  • Power consumption is rated at 21W at 24V (full power).
  • The 6095 is designed for wide and cube tanks or tanks that require more gentle flow.  Long tanks and SPS tanks are still better served with the Turbelle Stream 2 models (starting with the 6105).
  • There is no time schedule on its release; The 6095 will not be available until Fall 2011.  No preorders are being accepted at this time, and price has not been set, although it is expected to be well below $300 USD.


Author: Leonard Ho
Location: Southern California

I'm a passionate aquarist of over 30 years, a coral reef lover, and the blog editor for Advanced Aquarist. While aquarium gadgets interest me, it's really livestock (especially fish), artistry of aquariums, and "method behind the madness" processes that captivate my attention.


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