Add Valuable Oxygen to your Water Garden
A properly sized aerator adds valuable oxygen to a pond more effectively than a typical water feature. Most water gardens rely solely on waterfalls to circulate and aerate the water. While effective, waterfalls generally only circulate and aerate the top portions of the water and may leave many areas of the pond, particularly on the pond's bottom, untouched allowing for the accumulation of organic
Help your Fish and Plants Thrive
Higher oxygen levels stimulate and increase the number of natural aerobic bacteria in a pond. The increased number of aerobic bacteria will greatly increase the efficiency of your filtration system leading to healthier fish, thriving plants, cleaner water and less organic buildup on the bottom of the pond.
Save on Costs
Aeration can save energy costs from running a waterfall pump in the winter. A properly sized aerator can aerate a pond effectively and efficiently on its own, allowing you to turn your waterfall pump on only when you're there to enjoy it. This can save you hundreds of dollars each year.
Save Time with Less Maintenance
Reduce pond maintenance by running an aerator in conjunction with a waterfall pump. This means your pond will stay cleaner, longer.
Aeration Protects Fish
Harmful gas is often trapped under the ice when your pond freezes or is brought up from your pond's bottom during spring and fall turnover. If enough oxygen is displaced your fish will suffocate. Aeration assists in the release of gas leaving more oxygen available for your fish.