Pond aeration is a crucial component in the health and functionality of your feature. It is always beneficial in every season, and during the day and evening. During the evening it helps oxygenate the pond when plants are not. During the winter it helps break down layers of stratification, helps keep an opening in surface ice for outgassing, and functions as the oxygen source. In warmer months dissolve oxygen levels are generally lower, aeration helps all biological processes and creates a more stable environment, resulting in healthier fish and plants.
- Increases oxygen levels for healthy and happy fish
- Promotes growth of algae controlling beneficial bacteria
- Lowers levels of dissolved toxic gasses and ammonia
- Reduces sludge build up on the pond bottom
- Helps maintain an open water hole in the ice during winter
- Quiet operation
- Keeps the water moving and prevents thermal stratification
Lifeline Air Pumps
Lifeline Air Pumps are the perfect choice to create and maintain a healthy pond environment. These whisper quiet, low energy pumps enhance oxygen levels and help circulate the water in your Koi pond. Lifeline Air Pumps add needed oxygen to Koi ponds in hot summer months when oxygen levels decline. In the winter Lifeline Air Pumps help break down fish waste and prevent pond surfaces from completely freezing, allowing toxic gasses to harmlessly escape.
Kasco Robust Aire
Robust-Aire diffused air systems provide deep water aeration for ponds and lakes. Diffused aeration is an effective method of aeration for ponds with depths greater than 8 feet. By using compressed air injected directly into the bottom of pond, a continuous flow of water is moved upward and thousands of gallons of water are mixed with little expended energy.
Kasco High Oxygen Aerators
Kasco pond aerators (also called high oxygen transfer units) are designed to withstand the rigors of commercial aquaculture operations, industrial applications, and municipal waste water plants. Kasco pond aerators dramatically agitate high volumes of water at the surface to maximize exposure of water to the air for valuable gas exchange, greatly improving your pond or lake aeration.