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All In One Filter

  • The Pond Guy ClearSolution G2 Filter System


    (131 Reviews)

    …nozzle all together and discharge the filtered water below the pond's surface or exclusively to a waterfall allowing the filter to become virtually unnoticed. The pump and UV have been integrated allowing for a single power cord. Fountain set includes 3 nozzles to choose from. Available in two…
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    $149.99 - 189.99
  • Pondmaster 3-in-1 In-Pond Filter Box


    (7 Reviews)

    * Filters Ponds Up To 600 Gallons * Provides Mechanical & Biological Filtration * Easy To Install & Maintain Instead of purchasing the Pondmaster Filter Kit 1250 purchase just the Pond Filter Box to work with your existing pump (up to 750 GPH). The Pondmaster Filter Box includes a locking…
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  • TetraPond FK Series Filtration Fountain Kits


    (16 Reviews)

    …to filter your small water garden. Both the FK5 & FK6 includes a filter box with 2 media pads an energy efficient mag-drive pump and a fountain head assembly with 3 spray patterns. Simple design easy to assemble parts and a 12 foot power cord ensure a quick set-up of your TetraPond filter kit.
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    $74.99 - 99.99
  • Lifegard All-In-One Replacement Filter Sponge


    (No Reviews)

    Replacement foam mechanical filtration media for the Lifegard Aquatics All-In-One Pond Filter System. Black foam filtration media measures 5-3/4 x 12-½ x 3-1/4. (Part RU440446)
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  • …and live in tiny half-inch tubes they build from mud algae and other naturally occurring resources. Look closely in your filter and you'll probably see some of these worm-sized mud huts. A Tasty Fish Treat Don't worry: These little guys won't harm your pond or your fish. In fact if one wriggles its…
    …the pond filter debris is removed and collected in the filter box or skimmer. Filters are rated based on the pond size but for water gardens with high fish loads a larger filter may be needed.Problem: Lack of Beneficial Bacteria Solution: Beneficial bacteria like those found in the DefensePAC…
    in areas where your fish are dormant. When the plates are closer to the surface they will also work better to keep a hole open in the ice. If you have a larger system plan to completely shut down some of the valves. * Clean filters and inspect your compressor.Have you cleaned your air filter in the…
    …to consider and aquatic plants are one of them. Here are just a few reasons why plants are such an intricate part of any pond ecosystem. * Algae Control: Fish waste and other organic material acts like a fertilizer for vegetation in your pond. Add in some sun and the algae blooms will begin.…
    …this is especially important if your pond is in direct sunlight. Just keep in mind that when the plants die back to remove them so they do not decompose and become muck. * Filtration – Filtering your water keeps it clean healthy and safe for all your aquatic friends. Ponds with heavy fish…
  • Matala Filter Media Pads


    (73 Reviews)

    all filtration products on the market and are made with a special coating that allows water to pass easily through it without channeling. For best results pair both medium and high density Matala Filter Media Pads together and place them vertically in your filter. One pond media filter mat filters
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  • Pondmaster Filter Kit 1250


    (2 Reviews)

    …The In-Pond Filtration system features a one coarse poly pad a fine carbon-impregnated pad fountain set tubing and a 250 gph mag-drive pump. Additionally the filter can be purchased separately to accommodate existing pumps and fountain sets. The In-Pond Filter Kit works in as little as 6 of water!
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  • …will need a little love from time to time to keep them in fighting shape. We all know that it is important to clean your filters but how much is too much? When do you have to replace your filter and for that matter with all those options which one do you choose? Questions like these can haunt a pond…

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