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Aeration In The Winter

  • K&H™ Thermo-Pond 3.0 Pond De-Icer

    4.3

    (36 reviews)

    …often as needed to maintain a 12 hole in the ice around the unit to save on energy costs even in sub-zero weather. Ideal for ponds up to 1000 gallons the Thermo-Pond 3.0 De-icer has a 12' power cord and is backed by a 1-year warranty. Looking for an aerator to go with your K&H Pond De-Icer? Purchase…
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    $49.99
  • Power House Ice Eater Dock Mounts

    5.0

    (1 reviews)

    in between in 20° angle increments. Ideal use for winter deicing summer weed control creating fish-attracting currents or removing oil spills around your dock or boat. Stainless steel fasteners steel mounting base bail and a pipe holder is included for maximum protection against corrosion in
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    $225.00
  •  Unless you plan on doing winter activities on your pond like figure skating ice fishing or playing ice hockey we highly recommend running your Airmax® Aeration System all year long. The water movement created by the aerator forms a hole in frozen winter ice allowing for gas exchange and…
    …are not designed for winter use as the freezing water moving through them could cause damage. In contrast aeration kits are designed to be used year-round and freezing temperatures will not do them damage. Another reason to consider using a pond aeration system for the winter is the operating cost.…
    …the hole open in your ice is not much better since larger wattage units can cost up to $75 a month. In contrast aeration kits cost less than $2 per month to operate 24/7. An aerator efficiently circulates the water allowing you to use a smaller de-icer to keep a hole open in the ice. Additionally…
    …survive a freezing winter ponds should be 18 to 24 inches deep and have an open hole in the ice for gas exchange. The depth ensures the water (and your frog friends) won't freeze solid which gives them a place to hibernate. The hole in the ice kept clear with a bubbler or aerator allows harmful…
    …bring your fish back to life but you can prevent winterkill from happening in the future by aerating your pond year-round with an aeration system. Here's how it works:* It reduces the amount of decomposing debris in the pond encouraging the colonization of beneficial aerobic bacteria which prevents…
    …belong to the family Cambaridae. More than 300 species live in rivers brooks ponds and even special crayfish farms across the country. Most types prefer fresh flowing water that doesn't freeze in the winter but some thrive in swamps and ditches. During the day crayfish hunker down underneath…
    …might do just fine overwintering in a pond in Orlando Fla. but up in Fargo N.D. that same fish would turn into a popsicle--even with an aeration system and de-icer. Fish like Plecostomus Oranda Telescope goldfish and Black Moors need to be moved indoors for the winter months when water temperatures…
  • Airmax® Winterization Cap

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    Aeration System this winter be sure to cover the ends of your tubing with Airmax® Winterization Caps. Simply turn off your compressor unplug the system and disconnect the compressor flex-tubing from the airlines and apply the Winterization Caps to prevent debris from entering. Available in two…
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    $2.99 - 12.99
  • …water temperature of a properly aerated pond will be no more than a few degrees difference throughout. 5. Aeration reduces the risk of a fish kill Fish perish from time to time but when many die at one time it is often linked to low oxygen conditions. In the winter the gases released when organic…
    …goes down fish and plants both use dissolved oxygen in your pond water. Aeration systems ensure oxygen levels stay high day and night to keep your fish plants and pond ecosystem healthy. Subsurface aeration like The Pond Guy® Pond Aerator works from the bottom up circulating the water and…