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Freeze Prevention

  • K&H Thermo-Pond 3.0 Pond De-Icer


    (54 Reviews)

    …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 a fully encased heating element that prevents damage to fish and rubber EPDM pond liners. Using only…
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  • Windmill Freeze Prevention Control System


    (1 Reviews)

    …For The Colder Months * Easy To Install The Windmill Freeze Prevention Control System was designed for northern climates where condensation can build up and cause airlines to become frozen. This system protects your airline from freezing in the cold winter months. It is self-regulating and monitors…
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  • Aqua Ultraviolet Winterization Cap - EZ Twist

    …be left outside. If you are not flowing water through your system: Use Winterization Cap drain the unit completely and take the internal parts inside. Please ensure your unit is completely drained to prevent water from freezing the housing. Replace rubber seal when putting the unit back into use.
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  • …cold life in fact that portions of their bodies will partially freeze. Ice crystals form in places like the body cavity bladder and under the skin but a high concentration of glucose in the frog's vital organs prevents them from freezing. A partially frozen frog will stop breathing its heart will…
    …of the skimmer box. While it is not necessary to remove skimmers or waterfall boxes from the pond water should be drained from them to prevent cracking from freezing and thawing the ice. For ponds that do not contain skimmers it is not necessary to lower the water level in your pond. Step 3 - Clean…
    …storing your pump for the winter to prevent the risk of damaging your pump and not providing enough oxygen for your fish. To winterize your pump submerge it in a 5-gallon bucket filled with water to keep the seals lubricated. Store the bucket where it will not freeze (e.g. basement heated garage…
  • Aquascape Fire Fountains

    …water features and fountains. The mag-drive motor technology is simple to maintain. The protective pump input strainer cover and sponge filter prevents debris from damaging pump. The wide flat base and rubber feet make the pump stable and reduces vibration for a quiet operation. Optional 1/4-Inch…
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  • Flexible PVC Tubing - 3 Inch


    (1 Reviews)

    …and features. You may leave water in the pipe all year long without damage caused by freezing temperatures. Our multipurpose black PVC tubing is also made to withstand regular sunlight exposure designed to prevent the formation of algae and built to last longer in multiple climates. All sizes of the…
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  • …up to 600 gallons whether plastic liner or concrete. * K&H Thermo-Pond 3.0 Pond De-Icer – The Thermo-Pond 3.0 uses only 100 watts to prevent toxic gas buildup in ponds up to 1000 gallons. It is made of durable plastic and will never get hot enough to burn fish hands or your pond liner.…
    …out entirely. Allowing the water in the skimmer to freeze could cause damage to the skimmer itself. The same goes for 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…
    …If you lost power during a storm check your GFCI; you may have to reset it. * Keep alcohol on hand.In case condensation causes your airlines to freeze over the cold months keep some isopropyl alcohol on hand to defrost them. It's easy: Use 1 cup isopropyl alcohol in the airline running out to each…
    …leeches take the bait and go inside the burrs from the hole punches will prevent them from escaping. Remove the can once it's full and repeat until the leeches are gone. As a bonus option if temperatures fall below freezing where you live try manipulating the water level in your pond during the…
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