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.
Media Balls aerate and increase biological activity in
your pond Use anywhere biological media can be used Advanced design maximizes bacteria growing surface Innovative filter media balls enhance biological activity, aeration, and now, even more. Improved BioMate Solid Balls ...
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, ...
Quickly removes toxic ammonia and nitrites and reduces
nitrates Ideal in external filters, pressure filters, or directly below waterfalls Helps support large pond fish loads with lower filtration footprint Achieve excellent pond water quality using a smaller filtration footprint ...
Bulk polyester sponge media for biological pond filtrationLow
cost pond biomedia perfect for large volume applicationsHuge surface area for bacteria that break down pond pollutants Budget friendly bulk biomedia boosts biological breakdown of pond pollutants. EasyPro BIO BLOX Filter ...
Keep toxic ammonia at bay with high quality
Zeolite filter media. Cobalt Zeolite Filter Media is a must have chemical filter media for koi and goldfish ponds that commonly experience ammonia spikes. Ammonia buildup due to heavy stocking, overfeeding ...