"The Bubbler" Pond Aerator

Item No: 145897
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Aerators help you maintain a healthy pond

Controls the buildup of algae, sludge and weeds

  • High circulation and oxygen transfer rates
  • Design creates a "boil" effect
  • Improves condition of pond water
  • Environmentally friendly; UL listed
  • Easy to install and maintain; USA made

The highest oxygen transfer rates and largest volume of water circulation make this aerator the preferred selection when pond health is the primary consideration. Low-profile, 1/2 HP, 115-volt design creates a "boil" effect. A lack of oxygen in the water can lead to dead fish, foul odors, algae growth and create stagnant vegetation. But an aerator actually adds oxygen to your pond. The simple motion of bubbling water controls the buildup of algae, sludge and weeds, without costly or dangerous chemicals, creating a healthier pond environment. To install, simply float the aerator to the middle of your pond and secure with nylon rope and concrete block or anchor (not included). Aerators feature environmentally friendly, oil-free motors which are constructed from heavy-duty stainless steel and are water cooled. Includes 70 ft. of 12-gauge submersible cable. UL listed. USA made.

NOTE: 5-year, unconditional warranty on motor.

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Very Pleased With Our Purchase

By Dianne

from Emory, Texas

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  • Keeps the surface clear
  • Moves alot of water


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    • Helps our fish

    Comments about ''The Bubbler'' Pond Aerator:

    We were concerned this summer about our fish not getting enough oxygen, but this aerator really did the trick. It's keeping the fish healthy and it's also keeping the pond clean, and we're in Texas and that can be a struggle in August!

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