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Best Waterfall Pumps

    …typicaly require a smaller pump. Look for pumps in our Fountain & Spitter Pump category. * Waterfalls require a few more calcualtions to determine the size needed. See below for more information on sizing a waterfall pump. We have a wide variety of Waterfall Pumps available to get the flow you…
    …your pump. Before you begin turn off your waterfall's pump to stop the water flow and allow it to drain from the feature. Oxy-Lift works best when it's undiluted and comes into direct contact with the gunk so no-flow is the way to go.* Sprinkle Oxy-Lift over waterfall. Once the waterfall is drained…
    …has different recommendations for their unit so the best bet is to choose a pump that is close to but not greater than the maximum flow rate. Keep in mind if you have a large pump to power a waterfall or other feature you may need a separate pump for your UV Clarifier.Options UV clarifiers can be…
    …and are compatible with pumps up to 20000 GPH. These units are a perfect option for your mechanical filtration and are equipped with a large debris net and Medium Density Matala Filter Media Pad. For best results when using a skimmer place it across from your waterfall or discharge so your pond…
    …circulation. A waterfall located at one end of a slightly curved pond will gently push the water toward your skimmer or pump for circulation and filtration. Round ponds or those with many coves or inlets may have areas of little circulation which will require extra waterfalls fountains or pumps to…
    …add a ball valve as reducing the flow rate can put extra back pressure on your pump. The best option is to size a pump that best fits your feature. If you are in the market for a pump check out this article on sizing pumps or call our experts for some suggestions. * 90° Elbow: If you have tight…
    …pondless waterfall will likely become a home for string algae and other debris buildups. Using AlgaeOff® or Oxy-Lift™ Defense® is an effective way to clean up your feature. These fast-acting solutions use the power of oxygen to lift and wash away debris. For best results turn your pump
    …particles clump together to be removed by your mechanical filter. When selecting a UV clarifier you will need to take your pond and pump size into account. If your pump is too large the particles will not be exposed to the UV radiation long enough to damage the cell walls. Another thing to keep in…
    …more creativity when constructing the shape of your pond and are often decorated with rocks streams and waterfalls. Rubber lined ponds are generally larger in size and utilize waterfalls pressurized filters and bog plants to provide circulation and filtration. These ponds can contain many colorful…
    …the waterfall filter. As for what to do with the pump store it for the winter in a bucket of water in an area that will not freeze. This keeps the seals on the pump supple and stops them from drying out which can render the pump no longer waterproof. If water gets into the inner workings of the pump
    Regular maintenance is the best way to keep your backyard pond clean. Keeping up with doses of beneficial bacteria checking your pump's impeller for debris and changing your UV bulb on a regular basis are only part of the upkeep. Removing debris floating in the water such as leaves and uneaten fish…