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  • Kasco Circulator w/Industrial Dock Mount 3/4 HP 3400CID - 115V

    * 3/4 HP 115V Motor Breaks up Thermal Stratification * Made of Corrosion Resistant 300 Series Stainless Steel * Several Mounting Options Allowing up to 5 Angling Positions The circulator motor comes with underwater bracketing and hardware to mount 3/4 hp 115V circulators in harsh environments. The…
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    $1213.00 - 1969.00
  • …should be avoided. Also stay away from areas with cracks or breaks ice that appears to have thawed and refrozen and abnormal surfaces you haven't seen before like ridges caused by currents or winds. * Thick and strong. Use an ice chisel an ice auger or a cordless drill. Choose one of these tools to…
  • CrystalClear Spring & Fall Prep

    4.5

    (6 Reviews)

    …Debris Decomposition * Formulated for Spring Fall & Winter Replenish winter bacteria loss jump start your biological filters and break down unwanted waste as soon as the ice melts. CrystalClear Spring & Fall Prep is formulated for the cooler months of the season to accelerate the decomposition…
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    $24.99 - 39.99
  • Kasco Circulator w/Universal Dock Mount 1 HP 4400HCUD - 230V

    * 230V Motor Breaks up Thermal Stratification * Mixes Chemicals & Dyes Fast * Prevent Fish Kills & Ice Damage to Docks Kasco Circulator infuses oxygen and eliminates stagnant water by creating a strong directional flow of water. By directing the flow of water you can push away debris from…
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    $1317.00 - 2450.00
  • Kasco Circulator w/Industrial Dock Mount 3/4 HP 3400HCID - 230V

    * 3/4 HP 230V Motor Breaks up Thermal Stratification * Several Pre-Drilled Holes for Multiple Mounting Options * Corrosion Resistant Allows up to 5 Angles The 3/4 HP 230V circulator motor allows for a powerful directional flow to keep algae weeds muck debris and ice away from your boats docks or…
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    $1311.00 - 2334.00
  • …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 water open and available for visiting wildlife. Below the surface it helps to break down leaves…
    …winter ponds should be 18 to 24 inches deep and have an open hole in the ice for gas exchange. The depth ensures the water (and your frog friends) won't freeze solid which gives them a place to hibernate. The hole in the ice kept clear with a bubbler or aerator allows harmful gases to escape. *…
    …ClearVac. Step 6 - Install Aeration Kit & De-Icer Aeration and de-icers help to keep a hole open in the ice during winter months. This prevents harmful gases from being trapped under the ice and allows oxygen levels to stay saturated in the pond. Install an aeration kit such as The Pond Guy Pond…
    …pond does not just happen you create and maintain it. One key element to a clean healthy and balanced ecosystem is natural bacteria. These bacteria break down excess organic material leaving behind a clean and healthy pond. With the different options for bacteria products out there you may be asking…
    …your pond maintenance practices and take inventory of leftover pond care products from last year. Since your pond maintenance begins once the ice thaws from your pond there is no better time to start planning for the upcoming season. Reflect on Past Seasons First before you buy new pond maintenance…
    …those found in MuckAway. The bacteria will help digest whatever muck remains at the bottom of the pond. Remember that it will take some time to break down all that debris so be patient.* Let Your Fish Do the Work: If you've been wondering what eats leeches here's your answer. With nowhere to hide…
    …efficient at breaking down organic material as their aerobic counterparts. Additionally anaerobic bacteria produce carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide when digesting organic material giving the pond a rotten egg smell. In contrast beneficial bacteria produce a harmless gas when breaking down muck…
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