Enter to Win an All-new GHL Doser 2!

ghl-doser_1While in Denver at MACNA 2014, we had the chance to meet Michael Hall of GHL Advanced Technology. He gave us the complete rundown on their all-new GHL Doser 2. Pre-orders for these new units began during MACNA and they will begin shipping during the later part of this month. However one lucky aquarist will win one of these new dosing pumps in GHL’s latest sweepstakes (details below).

This new dosing pump is reliably built with the high quality, long-life materials hobbyists are already accustomed to from GHL. Adding this reliability to the expansion and connectivity options and users will have a very capable product at their disposal. Here are some of the key features you can expect:

  • Connectivity via wifi or USB (using the free mobile app or software)
  • Fully customizable dosing schedules
  • LED status display with manual control on the unit
  • Integrated auto top-off (with auto water change capability)
  • Liquid level display and alarm for refill malfunction
  • Ports for connecting level probes, temperature probes, stirrers, etc
  • 24v stepper motors for extremely precise dosing
  • Expand with up to 16 pumps as slave dosers
  • Long-life, chemical resistant Novoprene tubing and stainless steel motor shafts

Enter the sweepstakes

To enter to win a GHL Doser 2, simply follow the steps below:

  1. “Like” the GHL Facebook page
  2. Click the Sweepstake GHL Doser 2 under the cover photo
  3. Fill out the form and click the Enter button at the bottom

This sweepstakes ends on October 10, 2014. The winner will be contacted directly via email. Please see the GHL Facebook page for official rules, terms, and conditions. Good luck!

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About "Caribbean Chris" Aldrich

"Caribbean Chris" Aldrich is co-founder and Director of Saltwater Smarts, an avid SCUBA diver, and contributor to a live rock mariculture project in the Florida Keys. He has been an aquarium hobbyist for 20 years and his current aquarium is a 127-gallon Carib reef biotope.

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  1. Very nice unit

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