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Old December 4, 2011, 06:26 PM
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It'd be best to use the two of the same pump but if you do use two different pumps the higher speed one might be putting on extra strain on the slower speed pump causing premature wear.
Not if the pumps are Laing brands. Laing uses a type of mag-lev technology for the impeller. The impeller actually floats in a flux magnetic field. The white ceramic ball can take the heat and the load. The Laing pumps are not direct drive. SO ... no extra strain and no premature wear. Now, if you were talking pumps made by Eheim, then your facts would be accurate.

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