Solar Pond Oxygenator
180 litres per hour
The Solar Pond Oxygenater is on hand in sunny weather so just when pond oxygen levels deplete and are at their lowest, this ingenious and efficient pond oxygenating device uses the sun to help keep your fish healthy and your pond clean and algae-free
The Solar Pond Oxygenater is on hand in sunny weather so just when pond oxygen levels deplete and are at their lowest, this ingenious and efficient pond oxygenating device uses the sun to help keep your fish healthy and your pond clean and algae-free.
With a 47gph (180 l/h) air flow rate, not only does the garden pond oxygenator add O2 to the water, it also helps release any lingering toxic gases. Quick and easy to install, the solar powered oxygenator contains 2 x 2m lines, 2 x air stones and a remote solar panel.
Suitable for ponds up to 5000 litres and with a generous 3m cable gets to those hard to reach places, the solar garden pond oxygenator provides an instant reward of clean and sparkling water.
Your fish will love you for it!
- Solar Pond Oxygenater helps keep fish healthy and pond clean and algae-free
- Works hard in sunny conditions when oxygen levels are low
- Potent 47gph (180 l/h) air flow rate
- Adds essential oxygen to the water
- Very quick and easy to install
- Kit comes complete with 2 x 2m lines, 2 x air stones and a remote solar panel
- 3m cable from solar panel to pump unit
- Discreet and effective
- Suitable for ponds up to 5000 litres
- No operating costs
For more information on the Solar Pond Oxygenator and to see how easy it is to install and run, download our Solar Pond Oxygenator Instruction Booklet which guides you through the installation process and gives hints on optimising performance and maintenance! Downloadble PDF version file size 420KB.
This product may suit a garden where the pond is far from the house, but for a small garden it is totally unacceptable. The noise level is very intrusive. In the bin for mine.
The only fault is that it needs two weights for the two stones so that they can be placed apart from each other. I bought a couple of small fishing weights and used those instead of the one weight provided.
This system was very easy to set up and produced bubbles straight away. The sun does have to be shining on the panel, but it works even in cloudy or hazy conditions. I think it has improved the quality of the water, although it will not eliminate green water entirely. It could be improved by having another weight bag so that the two lines could be easily placed in different areas of the pond - I had to wedge one line between two rocks and used the weight on the other.