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Koi Filters

  • Oase OxyTex

    …to your pond floor while increasing filter efficiency by up to 25%. Easily place the Oase OxyTex over the Oase AquaOxy 450 Aerator (sold separately) for a unique combination of oxygen supply water circulation and nutrient decomposition to ensure that your koi and fish stock remain healthy and…
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    $114.99
  • Oase BioPress UVC Pressurized Filter

    5.0

    (3 Reviews)

    …compact pressurized filter with built-in UV Clarifier and cleaning mechanism that clears green water fast in ponds up to 1000 gallons. This pressurized filter is ideal for supplying high-elevation waterfalls. Varying media includes 2 black foam filters and 1 blue foam filter for the best biological…
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    $156.99 - 176.28
  • …breeding koi and raising fry. Purchasing fry holding tanks with separate filters specific breeding media or even choosing the perfect fish to mate. If you are like most homeowners you are not looking to dive in to serious koi hatching however there are a few things you can do to help your koi still…
    …aeration kit like the PondAir Aeration Kits are great for indoor tanks. * Filter: It is important to also filter the water in your indoor tank to keep fish waste under control. AllClear G2 Pressurized Filters allow for easy maintenance and come in a range of sizes that will work perfectly…
  • CrystalClear KoiAir KA Series Air Filters (formerly Airmax)

    5.0

    (3 Reviews)

    To maintain the best performance of your aeration systems and compressors air filters should be replaced once every six months. Replacement Air Filters can be used in the following systems: 510153 fits: KA20 Compressor KoiAir 1 and The Pond Guy Pond Aerator 510149 fits: KA40 Compressor KoiAir 2
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    $1.99
  • …perform at least a 20% water change. * Seed & Start Your Filters: Once you refill the pond replace or clean filter media pads and secondary media like The Pond Guy BioBalls. Use Microbe-Lift PL Gel to introduce beneficial bacteria and reduce filter seed time. Once everything is back in place start…
    …pink color. What are they? They're non-biting midge fly larvae also known as bloodworms. Though they're an unsettling infestation to see in your filter they're actually a sign that your pond is happy and healthy. What's In a Name Midge flies hail from the family Chironomidae which includes more than…
    …nutrients from the water column. As the water passes through the pond filter debris is removed and collected in the filter box or skimmer. Filters are rated based on the pond size but for water gardens with high fish loads a larger filter may be needed.Problem: Lack of Beneficial Bacteria Solution:…
    …it from stagnating. Also be sure your waterfall turns towards your most common viewing area. Step 2: Place Waterfall Filter Skimmer & Flexible Pipe Place your waterfall filter and skimmer at opposite ends of the pond. Next lay out your tubing from the waterfall around the pond to the skimmer.…
    …Pond keeping is definitely a learning experience. As you learn more about the technical aspects of maintaining water quality keeping koi and managing your filter your pond will improve and bring you more satisfaction as a hobbyist. With so many different options for water features to choose from…
    …fish to roam and grow. Koi ponds also utilize bottom drains and large amounts of water flow to create ideal breeding conditions. These typically rely on heavy duty filtration systems and UV sterilizers and are much more complex then the pond skimmers pressurized filters and waterfall boxes water…
    …is often done by skimmers filter brushes foam pads and other tools. Biological filtration eliminates invisible waste (excess nutrients) by introducing a living tool – aerobic bacteria. Aerobic bacteria attaches themselves to surfaces (rocks plants filter media etc.) and eat away excess…