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Waterfall Aeration

    …If you do not already have an aeration system here are six great reasons why you should consider adding aeration into your pond. * Limitations of Water Features – Most water gardens rely solely on waterfalls fountains or spitters to circulate and aerate the water. These units can be effective;…
  • Airmax D-Scale Fountain & Aeration Cleaner


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    …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 boats motors waterfall pumps impellers air stones diffusers…
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    $24.99 - 59.99
  • …Cover with this system. * CrystalClear KoiAir Aeration Kit: Designed for ponds up to 16000 gallons and 4' deep. The KoiAir Aeration Kits are available with 1 or 2 diffuser plates and have 2 diffuser sticks per plate. Similar to The Pond Guy Pond Aerator these units include weighted airline and the…
  • Blue Thumb Serenity Complete 8' x 11' Pond Kit


    (1 Reviews)

    …DIY project for small spaces. Great for creating new ponds up to 1000 gallons or adding onto existing ponds and water gardens! The waterfall biologically filters & aerates the water making the pond safe for fish while keeping the pond water clean & clear! The skimmer skims the pond of debris before…
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  • …out near a waterfall! For humans the water pouring into the pond cools and hydrates the air; for fish that action acts as a giant aeration system infusing oxygen into the water beneath the waterfall. But that raises a valid question: If your fish spend a lot of time near the waterfall does it mean…
  • Aquascape DIY Backyard Pond Kit 8' x 11'


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    …moves down rocks to form an impressive outdoor waterfall. The waterfall creates aeration for your pond and breaks down pond wastes assisting in the circulation of the water. EcoWave 2000 Pond Waterfall Pump • Magnetically Driven Pond Waterfall Pump • Made for Continuous Use up to 2020 GPH…
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  • …Big 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…
    …etc.) and eat away excess nutrients. Aeration – Promotes pond and fish wellness. Waterfalls and fountain sprays alone cannot produce enough oxygen but aeration kits like the The Pond Guy Pond Aerator or PondAir will do the trick. Subsurface aeration works from the bottom up circulating water…
  • Aquascape Large Deluxe 21' x 26' Pond Kit w/ AquaSurge PRO 4000-8000

    * Automatic Dosing System to Maintain Water Clarity* Skimmer and BioFalls Waterfall Provides Optimal Filtration * Pond Powerhead for Aeration & Faux Driftwood for Decor * Adjust Color-Changing Lights & Water Flow with a Smartphone Whether you've been building ponds for years or have no prior…
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  • …filter.Problem: Inadequate Aeration Solution: Beneficial bacteria – as well as your fish – rely on oxygen to survive. Waterfalls and fountains can provide some aeration but they may not sufficiently infuse oxygen into the pond. That is where pond aeration kits come into play. These…
    …to upgrade my filtration system. What are my options? * Aeration – Fish need oxygen but a waterfall or fountain may not be enough. Using an aeration kit will infuse oxygen into the pond and are less costly to operate than pumps. Aeration will also help to make the beneficial bacteria in your…
    …in your pond to boost oxygen levels which is good for fish. Traditional waterfalls are a great start but may not be enough for the size of your pond. Consider placing an aeration kit at the opposite end of a waterfall. Quarantine Newbies Before adding new fish into the pond quarantine them in…
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