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Fish Pond Aerator

    aeration. Do You Have Many Fish? The more fish in your pond the more oxygen you'll need--which means you'll need more aeration and possible additional filtration to help keep the water clean. Unless you have a filter large enough to handle the fish load we recommend keeping one 6- to 8-inch fish per…
  • CrystalClear PondAir & Thermo-Pond 3.0 De-Icer Combos


    (11 Reviews)

    …CrystalClear PondAir Aeration Kit & Thermo-Pond de-icer combo gives your pond the one-two punch it needs to vent harmful gases keep your fish safe and cut energy costs all winter long. CrystalClear PondAir Aeration Kits (formerly known as Airmax) are ideal for decorative ponds and water gardens…
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    $95.98 - 172.97
  • Keeton Solar Aerator Duraplate Replacement Diffuser

    …Fishhook Resistant * Lifetime Warranty Keeton Solar Aerator Duraplate (model DDP-7) is a replacement diffuser for solar aeration systems. The self-cleaning non-clogging membrane air diffuser creates a large amount of laminar circulation to eliminate pond stratification. The Duraplate diffuser offers…
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  • Kasco 5 HP 5.1AF Surface Aerator 230V

    * Aerates up to 5 Acres * Operates in Just 26 Inches of Water * Features Lightweight 2-Blade Weedless Prop Kasco 5.1AF Surface Aerator comes with a lightweight 2-blade weedless prop designed to maximize performance and cut through tough aquatic vegetation without increasing amp draw. The 230V 5 HP…
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    $3918.00 - 9434.00
  • pond fish disease when the immune system has already been compromised so prevention is key. Place infected or new fish into an isolation tank with warm water (about 70-75ºF) with pond salt MelaFix and vigorous aeration for treatment or prevention. Other Diseases Here are some other common fish
    …in your pond to boost oxygen levels to improve the health of the fish. Traditional waterfalls are a great start but may not be enough for the size of your pond. Consider placing an aeration kit at the opposite end of a waterfall. Quarantine Newbies Before adding new fish into the pond quarantine…
    …levels regularly using a commercial water testing kit. You'll also want to keep your water well-aerated using a diffuser like the Pond Aerator to be sure the fish get an ample supply of oxygen. Also be sure to check your filtration system regularly cleaning or replacing filter media as needed.…
    …small fish or growing fry? Crush a few of the pellets into tiny bite-sized pieces for them to enjoy. How Much to Feed Size of the pond number of fish and the presence of an aeration system are all factors that determine how much your fish need to be fed. Aeration in the pond will allow your fish to…
    …The fish actually suffocated from a lack of dissolved oxygen from decaying plants and other dead aquatic animals under the ice. Prevention You can't 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.…
    Unless you plan on partaking in winter activities on your pond like figure skating ice fishing or playing ice hockey we highly recommend running yourAirmax Aeration System all year long. The water movement created by the aerator forms a hole in frozen winter ice allowing for gas exchange and keeping…
  • K&H Thermo-Pond 3.0 Pond De-Icer


    (48 Reviews)

    …3 Hole to Vent Toxic Gases * Safe to Use in Ponds With Fish * Thermostatically Controlled The K&H Thermo-Pond 3.0 De-icer naturally allows the pond to freeze over while maintaining a 3 ventilation hole to allow proper gas exchange to help fish survive the winter. The patented technology features…
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  • …bottom of your pond to the top. This is the equivalent of adding fertilizer to your pond. This can result in additional algae growth odors and even fish kills. This can all be especially true during the warmer months of the year. Test Your Pond's Temperature If you think your aerator isn't doing its…

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