A pond offers habitat for a variety of flora and fauna – a complex ecosystem that wants to be maintained. A filter system that is optimally matched to the pond habitat ensures clear water, guaranteed. Basically a filter system consists of a filter pump, for feeding the filter, a pond filter for biological/mechanical cleaning of the pond water, and a UVC clarifier to eliminate suspended algae and germs. Selection of the right combination of pump and filter is the key factor for optimal water quality and a clear pond with bubbling watercourse.
1. Pumps for the garden pond
Pond filter systems are the heart of every pond filter system; they ensure that the pond water is pumped into the filter for the necessary cleaning, and as true all-round talents, in addition, they can even feed a watercourse. OASE pumps move all the water in the pond, and thus ensure the required oxygen supply. Pond pumps must be designed in such a manner that they can pump a particularly high volume of water to a pump, even if the pond water is contaminated through leaves, floating plants or pollutants. In the filter, the pond water is then freed of coarse debris, toxins and pathogens.
2. Pond filter systems for clear water
A pond filter ensures that the water in our garden pond is cleaned. Due to excessive fish food, leaves, dead plants or even animal waste, all kinds of contaminants and unnecessary things get into the garden pond. Pond filters improve the water quality and consequently should not be missing in any garden pond.
3. UVC pond clarifiers
Every garden owner enjoys the clear and healthy water in his pond. But what happens when suspended algae or other particles turn the water green and lessen the enjoyment of the garden pond? It does not have to be this way: Simply insert the UVC clarifier in the water circuit of the pond – ideally in combination with your filter. The effect of the special UV light rays is namely that suspended algae, bacteria and pathogens in the water are killed. If the water is then routed through a filter, these residues remain in the filter sponges and the pond water becomes clear.
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