Deciding what type of filtration your new or existing pond needs can be hard. Here's a quick overview of the most common filtration types available, and how they help improve the quality of the water in your pond.
Water gardens obey the same environmental process that affect natural bodies of water where organic materials accumulate. Learn how chemical filter media absorb organic pollutants & trap these materials to maintain a low level of nutrients in ponds.
Keep your Lifegard Aquatics Complete Pond Filter System
operating at peak performance. Replacement Parts for Lifegard Aquatics Complete Pond Filter System take the guesswork out of media and part replacement. Genuine brand name parts ensure perfect fit for hassle ...
Cleaning Instructions Check and clean filter media when
the media appears dirty or when the flow of water decreases. Shake media to dislodge debris. Rinse media in a bucket of pond water. Avoid using tap water, chlorinated water, soaps, ...
Phosphate removing media for ponds and water gardensRemoves
phosphate, nitrite and nitrate from pond waterPlace in pond filter to enjoy long lasting phosphate control Keep phosphate levels under control throughout the pond season. Laguna Phos X phosphate remover for ...
High quality koi pond filter media for removing
toxic ammonia Effectively combats ammonia for a healthier pond environment Media bag included for convenient use in any pond filtration unit Keep toxic ammonia at bay with high quality Zeolite filter ...
Lightweight, flexible filter media creates ideal conditions for
nitrifying bacteria. Unique media structure traps debris and provides super high surface area for beneficial bacteria. Resists clogging or channeling to maintain highly oxygenated water flow. The result is healthy pond ...