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Temperature Controller

  • Power House Thermostat

    Temperatures Rise & Fall * Adjustable Temperature Settings & 2 On/Off Setting per Day Save energy and extend the life of your Ice Eater with the Power House Thermostat. This outdoor thermostat controlled outlet allows you to set two on/off settings per day and has an adjustable temperature
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    $76.50
  • Thermo Cube® Thermostatically Controlled Outlet

    4.2

    (9 reviews)

    …outlet. Both outlets on the plug are thermostatically controlled by an internal air temperature sensor turning the power on when air temperatures drop to 35°F and back off again at 45°F. Since the Thermo Cube is an outdoor temperature controlled outlet it will save on energy costs by running…
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    $16.99
  • Windmill Freeze Prevention Control System

    * Protect Windmill Diaphragms * Peace Of Mind 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…
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    $169.99
  • CrystalClear® AlgaeOff® String Algae Remover

    4.2

    (115 reviews)

    …on rocks streams and waterfalls. AlgaeOff is an EPA registered granular algae remover that works in seconds at any water temperature! In addition to string algae control AlgaeOff adds oxygen to your pond and removes odors. Application of AlgaeOff is easy. Identify where the string algae infestation…
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    $18.99 - 99.99
  • Farm Innovators Floating Pond De-Icer

    4.9

    (14 reviews)

    …hole in the surface of your pond allowing harmful gases to escape. The Farm Innovators Floating Pond Deicer is thermostatically controlled and turns on only when temperatures drop below 35°F. The Farm Innovators Floating Pond De-Icer comes with a 10' power cord and is safe for rubber and plastic…
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    $49.99
  • …and healthy throughout the winter. To help you save on energy costs consider using the Thermo Cube® Thermostatically Controlled Outlet. It is controlled 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…
    …Cube Thermostatically Controlled Outlet will help as it is regulated by air temperatures not water temperature. Thus when the sun is shining and air temperatures warm up the Thermo Cube automatically cuts power to the de-icer and turns it back on when the air temperature drops. The combination…
  • Airmax® WipeOut™ (formerly Pond Logic®)

    4.8

    (44 reviews)

    …that battle persistent pond weeds year after year. WipeOut has no temperature swimming boating or livestock restrictions and can be applied early in the season at the first sign of weed growth. This systemic herbicide controls targeted pond weeds slowly by starving them of nutrients without a…
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    $89.99 - 1599.99
  • …water quality. Proactive Approach Airmax Ecosystem is great for both new and older ponds because it treats the root of 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…
    …Weed and Algae Growth Weeds and algae are unfortunately not fully preventable. Getting rid of areas of major vegetation will help you keep better control over the beauty of your pond. After removal there are proactive steps you can take to slow down the impending weed and algae growth. Decrease the…
  • Airmax® Algae Defense® (formerly Pond Logic®)

    4.5

    (83 reviews)

    …Algae Defense can be directly applied via a pressurized sprayer to combat floating filamentous algae chara or the planktonic algae that causes green water. Each gallon of Algae Defense pond algaecide treats up to 8000 square feet and can be used when water temperatures are at or above 60°F.
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    $39.99 - 49.98
  • …with a thermostatically controlled hose to keep water flowing out to the pond. * Step 3: Use When Cold With your rink resurfaced and smoother than a pane of glass you want to keep it that way right? Before you cut into the ice with your blades consider the temperatures outside. Avoid using the…