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What is best for your pond? A gravity pond filter? A pressurized filter?

Cloudy, dirty water & strong algae growth are common problems in ponds. These problems are caused by floating particles due to an excessive supply of nutrients, dead plants, over-fertilized soil, acid rain, fish excrement & left-over food. These particles produce ammonia which is harmful to all living beings.

A gravity pond filter uses fine & coarse mechanical filtration material to remove debris - Such as activated carbon pads or other filter materials, along with moving water, to remove odor & improves water clarity!

A pressurized pond filter will often use a mechanical media & a biological media to absorb waste from filtered pond water. An agitator then goes to work to shake & unlock this waste from the media & further cleaning the water!


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Biological & Mechanical Filtration In One
The most efficient way to remove both ammonia & debris 
Combines both biological and mechanical filtration
Designed for high flow rate, extreme fish loads and elevated feed rates
Media never needs to be replaced
In just minutes the internal jets clean the filter for you
Pressurized Filtering Action Uses Both Mechanical & Biological Filtration
Designed to use mechanical filter media (traps solid waste) & biological filter media
Bio-balls allow the development of beneficial bacteria
Easy-to-use back flush system
Tarpon Pond Filter
The optimum in mechanical and biological filtration
Designed for heavy fish loads and high flow rates
A one-piece fiberglass reinforced tank delivering unmatched strength and durability for years of service