The H&S 110 hang-on. It’s been a long tome coming but the master acrylicsmiths at Germany’s H&S factory are finally cranking out their first hang-on the back protein skimmer. The new hang-on skimmer is based off of the internals of the 110 protein skimmer model with an Aquabee 2000 and an air draw/power consumption ratio approximating 250lph/7.5 watts. Don’t let those low raw values fool you: with an extremely small bubble size and a purely efficient non-cone and non-diffuser plate design, this little hang-on workhorse should be able to act as a a stand alone filter for 75 gallon system with average stocking density, and up to 100 gallons with light stocking or more LPS and softy oriented reefing needs. Who knows, perhaps with the tweaking of the needle wheel and bearing system the H&S 110 hang-on may see the type of increased air draw values like the H&S 90 internal experienced a few months back. Reef Builders received these exclusive pictures of this new skimmer in development; this unit is in the later prototyping stages but we expect to see a near production model at the Finsreef booth at MACNA this weekend.