Air Pumps



Pond aerators oxygenate your pond, helping all biological processes and creating a more stable environment, resulting in healthier fish and plants.

The oxygen present in pond water fluctuates according to the number of fish, temperature, amount of algae and sludge, and time of the day. 

An air pump is used to create a huge column of bubbles at the bottom of a pond.  This brings oxygen-depleted water to the surface where the bubbles burst and create surface turbulence, circulation, and aeration.  An air pump also increases levels of beneficial bacteria, reduces algae, and assists in the breakdown of sludge.  Air pumps are not submersible – one airline or multiple airlines carry oxygen from the unit to the lower depths of a pond.

Tip:  An air pump is a great way to keep a hole in the ice during winter.