Hygger Automatic Aquarium Gravel Cleaner

Hygger Automatic Aquarium Gravel Cleaner

Bucket-free aquarium water changer kit
Multifunction use
Blockage preventing design
Adjustable water flow
Easy to assemble and use
Simply attach to faucet
Built-in on/off valves
No need to carry heavy bucket back and forth

$29.99$39.99

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Description


 Directions for Use

It’s very easy to use this water changer tool.

How to Drain and Clean Gravel?
Step 1: Connect faucet with faucet pump to the hose.
Step 2: Submerge gravel tube into aquarium.
Step 3: Close gravel tube valve and open faucet pump valve.
Step 4: Turn on faucet.
Step 5: Open gravel tube valve, then draining and gravel washing will be fulfilled at the same time.

How to Fill the Aquarium?
Step 1: Connect faucet with faucet pump to hose.
Step 2: Submerge gravel tube into aquarium.
Step 3: Close faucet pump valve and open gravel tube valve.
Step 4: Turn on faucet, then the clean water will flow into the aquarium.

How to Vacuum Out Debris or Fish Waste?
Step 1: Connect debris vacuum attachment to gravel tube and to hose with faucet pump.
Step 2: Submerge gravel tube into aquarium.
Step 3: Close gravel tube valve and open faucet pump valve.
Step 4: Turn on faucet, then open gravel tube valve to suck out fish waste or debris.

Please note that this operation is only suitable for gravel-free tank.

 Warm Tips

1. Don’t over tighten the faucet adapter since it is made of plastic.

2. Turn off the valve on the gravel tube before turn on the faucet.
3. Empty water out of gravel tube before storing it, or it may get mildewed.
4. If you want to vacuum with acceptable suction, you need to fully open the faucet. To save water, you can turn off faucet once you have a stable vacuum. However, gravel cleaning requires the faucet fully open.
5. If the faucet has a sprayer or filter head, you need to unscrew that before screwing the connector onto the faucet.
6. When you are draining the water from the tank, the water flow assembly valve should be open. Please close the vacuum tube valve at first. After you open the faucet, you can open the vacuum valve.
7. The sink you are using should be level with or lower than the tank.

 Product Parameters

Model Size (Hose Length) Hose Inner Diameter Hose Material Gravel Tube Length
HG-966 25 Feet 1/2 Inch PVC 12.6 Inches
33 Feet
49 Feet

 Packing List

  • Flexible Water Hose x1
  • 12.6-inch Gravel Tube x1
  • Gravel Tube Connector x1
  • Water Flow Assembly x1
  • Duckbilled Suction Head x1
  • User Manual x1

 Usre Manual

Usre Manual

Question:Regular pumps don’t work well. I believe because my tank is on the ground and not elevated. Will this one have the same issue ?
Answer:  How high or low your tank is doesn't matter, its the pressure of your water what makes the suction of the pump work when vacuuming. If the pressure is low the suction will be low.

By SherwinL.Crowell on December 24, 2021
Question:Can the filter screen be removed from the gravel tube?
Answer:  I bought this vacuum a couple of months ago and have not seen a way to remove the screen. It’s really not a screen but a built in piece of plastic with pretty large holes. I just rinse out the debris. I don’t really think anything could get trapped in there. It’s a very simple design. I love it.

By Terri Keene on October 7, 2021
Question:Does the valve on the gravel tube stop the water flow?
Answer:  Yes it does have a shut off at the gravel tube. But as long as you are sucking the water out. The suction will keep it in the tank.

By John on October 2, 2021

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