Around October of last year I was looking at Paul Brunâ€™s December 2008 tank of the Month from Reefkeeping Magazine. I searched to find some updates and found a thread where Paul was getting some amazing, natural looking growth by randomizing the flow with a Tunze pump attached to a Wavy Sea. I was shocked to see that there was nothing really on the market dedicated to rotating a powerhead. It made perfect sense. A stationary fan in a room compared to an oscillating fan was a night and day difference of how air was circulated around the room. Why not apply this to my Tunze powerheads. In doing some research and talking to a few people who had some experience with rotating a powerhead, I realized that most people were using a Sea Swirl and mounting the pump to it DIY style. IME, the best part about a Tunze pump is the ability to control the flow. The problem people were having is that the Sea Swirl was made to withstand constant flow and not the jolting on and off of the Tunze pump torquing the axel which the pump is fixed to. Two people I spoke to had the SeaSwirl seize up within a month or two who were using it with a Tunze. My main goal was to build something that could withstand the extreme torquing from the pump kicking on and off, especially when the pump was ran in a pulsing setting to create a wave with my Apex. A friend of mine was kind enough to help me machine some parts. My plan was to put together two, one for each of my Tunzes in my display. I just put one together to see if this would even work. It was added to my tank Dec 31, 2011. By the beginning of March, I quickly realized that this was a game changer in my tank and I believe that this single unit accounted for a drastic increase in the growth and health of my corals in such a short time period. I've never had growth like this occur in my system no matter how perfect my parameters were. There was quite a difference in growth compared to the side where the rotator was running and the side where the Tunze was stationary. I added the second rotator about a month ago and have seen similar increases in growth as the other side of my tank has the rotator. Here are some observations: Not only did my coral growth increase, my corals started growing more uniformly out in all directions. Much more like natural growth that we see in maricultured colonies. Growth even started on the back side of my colonies in relation to the powerhead. When my Tunze was stationary, growth usually took off on part of the colony closest to the powerhead and the other half would just grow slowly. It looked really unnatural. Within 24 hours of running the single rotator my LPS tissue swelled and expanded, looking healthier than ever. I am able to keep SPS within several inches of the output of the Tunze powerhead without having the tissue ripped off. The rotation movement gives the coral some time to rest. Also having my Tunzes code be mostly random means that sometimes the pump passes the coral and it is on 100% intensity, 30% or even off. I could never get a coral closer than about 10" without the flesh being torn off. In addition to rotating my pump I also incorporated into the unit adjustable speed, easy connect, minimum power consumption, maximum torque, adjustable height, and a clean connection to the Tunze clamp mount. I will try to get some detailed shots but here are a few to get things started. Excuse the excess amount of algae. Time for a cleaning. Here is a shot of the box itself. Ignore the acrylic spacer under the box. I have very thin bracing (Oceanic Tech Series tank).