Whenever you feeding your fish and any dirt that built up in your aquarium would lead to the problems for your tank. To clean the tank, there is nothing better than using the best protein skimmers.
However, if you are beginners, you need to have a strict budget in mind since most aquarium protein skimmers are relatively expensive. If you’ve already started an aquarium, create a budget on what the average cost for a protein skimmer you will need to pay.
With the limited budget, you may not be able to get the extremely protein skimmer, you can still get a high-quality option on a lower budget.
There are many different price levels for protein skimmers out there. If you are not ready yet to spend much of money on the high-quality and popular brand of a protein skimmer, so these two devices are an ideal choice for you.
SCA-302 protein skimmer is priced at $194 and Comline DOC is $117.99. They are not the best or highest-end equipment, they are inexpensive but you will get more value than the money you paid.
#2 Skimmer capacity
Each skimmer would come with a rating capacity about the amount of water it can handle. To get the best result, check the capacity of the protein skimmer before buying and make sure that it is suitable for your tank.
Sca-302 is the in-sump protein skimmer that will be a great choice for moderately size aquariums. It can works for tanks up to 180 gallons. Meanwhile, Comline DOC protein skimmer is the model work for smaller aquariums. It can easily handle the aquarium at 37 gallons.
If you are looking for the saving models, so Comline is not only cheap but also the model that would help save more on the energy bills. You will not worry about energy costs. This model also brings more powerful for its price range.
SCA-302 includes an extra-large collection cup. It also comes with a strong Atman 2000 pump, which will create great bubbles to remove the organic dissolve.