Aquascape Ontario Ltd.Logo

Your Water Gardening Specialists!

image 1

 

Lake Filtration & Aeration...

 

Waterfalls, streams and fountains do provide good oxygenation, but only effectively aerate the top four feet of a body of water. Large-scale pond applications are often deeper than five feet and should not be installed without The Aquascape Professional Aeration System!

One of our aeration systems will help maintain the bacteria and enzymes, such as those found in Aquascape's Aquaclearer™ Dry that help consume organic matter, such as fish waste, leaves, debris and overall reduce algae levels.

 

Aeration

 

  • No shooting fountains! Submerged aeration maintains the pond's natural appearance.
  • One aeration system will effectively circulate ponds up to 2 acres!
  • Operates on ponds up to 35 feet deep.
  • Reduces nutrient levels associated with algae growth.
  • SAFE - no electricity in the water and full GFCI protection built in.
  • Self-cleaning aeration disks require NO maintenance.
  • Extremely easy installation.

Each system includes:

  • A professional Airstation™ with two 9" flexible membrane disks.
  • 1/3 horsepower rotary vane compressor.
  • Powder coated aluminum compressor cabinet
    • Built-in GFCI
    • Built-in heavy duty cooling fan
    • Easy plug in connection to waterside electrical service
    • 100 feet of self-weighted aeration tubing

Aeration

Each aeration system consists of a shore mounted air compressor that is housed in an aluminum weatherproof cabinet. A dual membrane diffuser is placed at the deepest point in the pond and connected to the compressor by weighted air tubing.

Aeration

The membrane diffuser creates millions of bubbles as small as 500 microns in diameter that form an ultra-wide column of upward moving water. This dramatically increases oxygen transfer and water movement from deep points of the pond toward the surface.

Phone us at 1-866-581-7663 to receive our latest Catalogue by mail.

 

[ Top ]

Leak Hunting Tips...

image 2

99 percent of all leaks are not due to a hole in the liner, but rather water making its way over the edges of the pond, stream, or waterfalls.

 

It's difficult to find a leak if the ground is wet from recent rainfall. Wait to look until dry weather hits.