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I'm looking for an efficient aerator (oxygenator) for keeping bait alive on shore using a 12V supply. I have a catalogue showing the Rule 500 oxygenator pump but it does not have much detail. As the water in the tank will be recirculated, I am interested in whether the Rule 500 is suitable for this task. In particular, does it have a suitable strainer to stop debris (bait) getting sucked into the impeller. Regards, Terry

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