The Koralia Evolution water pumps are the next generation successor to the wildly popular Koralia line of water pumps from Hydor. Oftentimes a product refresh can be a simple as some new packaging and fancy new numbers and letters but the Koralia Evolution brings some fresh game. The new Koralia EVO is loaded with enough new tricks to make you think about upgrading your current Koralias even if they are in perfectly good working order. Reduced size, startling efficiency and decreased noise are the major advancements of the Koralia Evolution propeller pump which “will hit the US market shortly”. The Koralia Evolution pumps will be available in 3 sizes from 750 to 1400 GPH. Their power draw seems especially amazing considering they will require less power to push even more water. The 6 watt Koralia 1400 is being compared to the old Koralia 4 which draws 12 watts while pushing 1200 GPH. Follow the break for the full run down of this exciting new product refresh from Hydor.
The most physically noticeable difference between the EVO Korallias and the legacy pumps is their reduced size which will hopefully make the Korallias look a lot less like toy footballs.
Korallia’s nnovative combination magnet and suction cup mount now features some built in silencing into the base for an even quieter water pump. This new mount will probably eventually trickle down to all the Korallia pumps.
One of the biggest technical changes is the incorporation of a shaftless propeller design which reduces friction and noise and helps the EVO Koralias achieve their astounding efficiency numbers.
Another advancement in the EVO Korallias is that “All 3 models are controllable: can be safely and “silently”
connected to a timer!” Not sure what the “oo:15” below stands for but we presume that this is meant to represent that a minimum interval time of 15 minutes would be ideal for the EVO Korallias.