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  • K&H™ Thermo-Pond 3.0 Pond De-Icer

    4.3

    (33 reviews)

    * Maintains 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…
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    $49.99
  • Farm Innovators Floating Pond De-Icer

    4.9

    (10 reviews)

    * Melt Away Surface Forming Ice * Thermostatically Controlled * Cast Aluminum Design The Farm Innovators Floating Pond De Icer is designed to keep your decorative water garden free of potentially harmful surface forming ice in cold climates. A virtually indestructible cast aluminum body houses the…
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    $49.99
  • CrystalClear® PondAir™ & Thermo-Pond 3.0 De-Icer Combos

    4.2

    (11 reviews)

    * Infuse Oxygen Into Your Pond * Ideal for Ponds up to 2000 Gallons * Energy Efficient Design for 24−7 Use * Vent Harmful Gases all Winter Long The 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…
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    $95.98 - 172.97
  • K&H™ Thermo-Pond Perfect Climate Deluxe Pond De-Icer™

    4.1

    (27 reviews)

    * Floating or Submersible in One Convenient De-icer * Safe in All Ponds and Will Not Harm Pond Liners * Easy to Maintain and Clean * 12 Foot Power Cord 2-Year Warranty Keep your pond ice-free and your fish safe this winter with the Perfect Climate De-Icer. K&H de-icers won't harm pond liners and can…
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    $44.99 - 54.99
  • With cold weather approaching it is important to know how to prepare your pond and fish to withstand the harsh winter. Over the course of a year your pond will accumulate debris and organics such as leaves twigs grass clippings and fish waste. Removing this debris will ensure oxygen levels stay as…
    …by air temperature meaning you will only use your de-icer when really necessary. Pond Heaters Versus De-Icers Unless you house warm water fish like Plecostomus in your water garden you will not need a pond heater to warm the water. Most pond fish including koi and goldfish will overwinter in your…
    A warm cup of cocoa while you relax beside your flowing waterfall can help take the edge off the frosty winter chill but it may cause more stress for you – and your fish – in the long run. Before you decide to run or shut down your water garden for winter here are a few points to…
    …but they go about it differently. De-Icer A de-icer like the K&H Thermo-Pond 3.0 De-Icer is not a heater but is designed to maintain an open hole in the ice to allow for gas exchange. Heaters are more frequently used in aquariums particularly those that house warm-water fish like tetras danios…
    …column. When ice is formed completely over the pond the gasses become trapped replacing the oxygen and leading to a fatal situation for your fish. Heaters and de-icers keep a hole open in the ice to allow for ventilation but they are not able to circulate the pond to move those gasses out. In comes…
    During the winter months when the water temperatures are 45 to 50 degrees Fahrenheit and below hardy koi and goldfish will go into their annual torpor or dormancy. The fish's metabolism and activity slows they become very lethargic and they require little nourishment. If you don't have the means to…
    A healthy pond doesn't just happen. It's created and maintained by you. Imagine seeing your fish thrive your plant flourish and your pond water turned crystal clear! You can achieve that kind of pond by understanding the five elements of a healthy pond. There is no need to be intimidated The Pond…