Reef Life Support Systems WavePuck

by | Jan 24, 2016 | Equipment, MACNA, Reef, Science | 0 comments


wavepuck - reefsDaniel Nguyen and the guys at Reef Life Support Systems (RLSS) have been working on an exciting new wave maker device known as the WavePuck. Slightly smaller than a hockey puck, this is the first public viewing of the 3-D printed prototype. I first had a sneak peek at the device in September at MACNA 2015 in Washington DC, but I had to keep this information under lockdown until now. Daniel, the owner of RLSS in Canada, has developed a low-profile magnetic pivotal wavemaker. At a nominal 1.5″ thick x 3″ wide, it is the lowest-profile wavemaker device of its kind. RLSS announced plans to produce 4 models of the Wave Puck with the first model generating a maximum flow rate of 8700 LPH (2298 GPH).


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