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  • K&H™ Thermo-Pond 3.0 Pond De-Icer

    4.3

    (38 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
  • CrystalClear® PondAir™ & Thermo-Pond 3.0 De-Icer Combos

    4.2

    (11 reviews)

    …safe and cut energy costs all winter long. CrystalClear PondAir Aeration Kits (formerly known as Airmax®) are ideal for decorative ponds and water gardens up to 2000 gallons. Powered by highly efficient diaphragm compressors PondAir Aeration Kits infuse your pond with valuable oxygen while…
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    $95.98 - 172.97
  • Farm Innovators Floating Pond De-Icer

    4.9

    (14 reviews)

    …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 powerful 1250…
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    $49.99
  • K&H™ Thermo-Pond Perfect Climate Deluxe Pond De-Icer™

    4.2

    (29 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
  • Kasco De-Icer Universal Dock Mount

    …Dock Mount is made from thermal plastic composites corrosion protected steel and stainless steel to withstand the toughest marine or pond conditions. A Circulator is mounted to the underwater parts of the Universal Dock Mount. The new Easy Lock handle makes adjustments in the water a breeze.
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    $279.00
  • …sub-freezing conditions ice can develop and cause water to be redirected out of the pond. Ice also expands taking up more space in the pond and making it difficult to see changes in your water level. Pumps need a constant supply of water so if your water level drops too much and damages your pump…
    …will do the trick. Subsurface aeration works from the bottom up circulating water and increasing dissolved oxygen levels. When the sun goes down fish and plants both use dissolved oxygen in your pond water. By providing subsurface aeration oxygen levels stay high all day and night. Aeration…
    …organic debris will continue to decompose and release gas into the water 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…
    …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 pond as…
  • Thermo Cube® Thermostatically Controlled Outlet

    4.2

    (9 reviews)

    …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 your Floating Pond De-Icer stock tank heater etc. when truly needed.
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    $16.99
  • …and death if you keep your fish in the pond for winter. When a layer of ice forms over the surface of your water garden it essentially eliminates any transfer of air to or from your pond's water. What this means to you is that as debris decompose and your fish consume oxygen byproducts are produced…
    …your pump & check valve and allow the water to drain from your plumbing and waterfall. For ponds with in-pond filtration or filters containing UV or ion clarifiers disconnect from the plumbing and drain out the water. Step 2 - Lower the Pond's Water Level Now that your filtration system and pump…