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Aquarium Robot launched by AquaGenesis

Posted by TFH Magazine in Tropical Fish Hobbyist Blog on August 16, 2013 at 10:43 am

The RoboSnail the world’s first and only automated aquarium glass cleaner is taking aim at modernizing the daily maintenance of algae prevention

 

San Diego, CA April 22, 2013 -  Aquagenesis International Inc. (www.RoboSnail.com) has created  a new innovation  for the aquarium  industry, a magnetic robotic algae cleaning device called the RoboSnail™ for automating the daily maintenance of cleaning aquarium glass surfaces from algae build up.

The RoboSnail, an automated Robotic aquarium magnet, will activate independent of the user every 24 hour period to prevent the daily buildup of aquarium algae much like the robotic vacuum cleaners that have become prevalent.    The RoboSnail cleans the glass surface and upon completion of its cleaning cycle will then recharge itself via a docking station until its next cleaning cycle. The product is fully programmable for the user’s individual aquariums parameters.  The RoboSnail works on Rimless, In Wall mounted, and standard aquariums. The RoboSnail is capable to clean the glass of aquariums ranging from 55-150 gallons with an upper operating tolerance of .40” or 10mm in glass thickness.  Subsequent models will follow that will work on a broader selection of aquariums.

“With the RoboSnail, aquarium owners will appreciate that their investment in an aquarium provides a clear peaceful view of a calming underwater atmosphere as opposed to a reminder of another cleaning chore that needs to be done” says Milan Rafailovich, President of AquaGenesis.

The RoboSnail’s is the only robotic device in the aquarium industry.  AquaGenesis International was founded to revolutionize the tedious and time consuming task of maintaining and keeping aquariums.  The RoboSnail is currently available for purchase both in the US and Europe.

For more information about the RoboSnail please visit www.robosnail.com.

Posted in Industry News by TFH Magazine on August 16th, 2013 at 10:43 am.

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