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Help and advice on shopping for: Pond Filtration
Keep your water crystal clear
Every pondkeeper wants crystal clear water but achieving it is easier said than done. To combat the many challenges between you and clear water we have a range of top-quality pond filtration hardware, including products from leading brands like Oase, Evolution Aqua and Blagdon.
What is pond filtration?
Pond filtration is the method of removing toxins, waste, algae and anything else that you don’t want in your pond. As most ponds are outdoors, they tend to pick up waste over time that falls into the water, additionally, it’s easy for small amounts of algae to get in and any pondlife you have will produce plenty of waste that must be removed. In all cases, the key is filtration. With a strong filter pump, the right filter media and UV bulb you can ensure the clarity of your water with ease.
Why should I buy pond filtration?
Apart from water clarity, pond filtration also helps to improve the health of your pond, removing toxins, such as ammonia, that are dangerous and potentially deadly to your pond inhabitants. Pond filters can purify water on a minute level, by using filtering bacterial colonies and chemical filtration, to remove waste from your water before it even becomes a problem.
What are the main types of pond filtration?
Our pond filtration range is broken into three areas: pond filters, filter media and UV bulbs. Pond filters are the electrical hardware used for pond filtration and often contain chambers for filter media and UV bulbs. Filter media is the physical material that filters your water, it can be a physical (also known as a ‘mechanical’) filter, a more complex bacterial or chemical media. UV bulbs purify water with UV light that causes algae to bind together for easy removal, resulting in very clear water.
What should I look for?
When it comes to pond filtration it’s really about understanding what your pond needs, we offer several water test kits that will allow you to work out the problems present in your pond, allowing you to combat them. If you want the purest water possible, the best thing to do is invest in a powerful filter, a range of filter media (including mechanical, bacterial and chemical) and a UV clarifier.