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Replacement Aeration Pump

  • CrystalClear® PondAir™ Diaphragm Compressor Maintenance Kits

    4.7

    (46 reviews)

    …a running aerator that produces no air. Replacing your worn or damaged diaphragms will restore air output and keep your aeration system running like new. We recommend installing an air pump diaphragm compressor maintenance kit replacement every 6-12 months. These replacement mini air pump diaphragm…
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    $7.99 - 14.99
  • Airmax® D-Scale™ Fountain & Aeration Cleaner

    5.0

    (2 reviews)

    …Muriatic Acid Airmax D-Scale Fountain & Aeration Cleaner is a powerful multi-functional fountain cleaning solution that deep cleans and removes limescale calcium rust stains and other mineral deposits. Quickly and easily clean fountain floats motors waterfall pumps impellers air stones diffusers and…
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    $24.99 - 59.99
  • …Energy Bill: Waterfall pumps can easily top $100 per month to operate. The de-icer keeping the hole open in your ice is not much better since larger wattage units can cost up to $75 a month. In contrast aeration kits cost less than $2 per month to operate 24/7. An aerator efficiently circulates the…
  • Hakko Replacement Diaphragm 40 LPM(2 piece set)

    5.0

    (1 reviews)

    Replacement diaphragm 2 piece set for Hakko linear Air Pump Model 40 LPM.
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    $39.99
  • …keep churning and exchanging bad gases for good. If you still feel like you should shut down your pump each night at least keep an aerator like The Pond Guy Pond Aerator running to keep the water circulating. An aeration kit consumes even less electricity than pumps - costing only pennies per month.
    …water. Aeration systems ensure oxygen levels stay high day and night to keep your fish plants and pond ecosystem healthy. Subsurface aeration like The Pond Guy® Pond Aerator works from the bottom up circulating the water and infusing oxygen into the pond. If you do not already have an aeration
    …should be replaced after each season. You may choose to replace the UV bulb in preparation or you can add to your spring items. Pump Now it's time for your pump. Clean excess debris off your pump then inspect for wear and tear or any damage like worn impellers. When storing your pump and preparing…
    …temporary tank. As you pump water out of your pond larger fish will usually stay from the pump on their own but if you are concerned that some fish are getting too close use a pump sock. The next item to add to the holding tank is an aeration kit like the PondAir™2. An aeration kit will ensure…
    …the problem for long-term control. The combination of bottom diffused aeration; natural bacteria and pond dyes dramatically reduce the nutrient load in the pond. Aeration The anchor of the system is Airmax Aeration that pumps oxygenated air from the compressor that sits onshore to the diffuser…
    …area you could have water going over the liner. Take a closer look at the liner and construction.Step 3: Pause the Pump Next turn off your pump for a few hours but leave your aerator running to keep dissolved oxygen levels high. Did your water level change? If not you will be looking for a leak in…