Floating Fountain Pumps

Floating fountain pumps are similar in function to regular fountain pumps. The main difference (other than they float!) is that they don't have a T-piece for a secondary function. Regular fountain pumps have a splitter so you can pump water to both a fountain and water feature whereas floating pumps have one single function. You may expect floating pumps to be weaker but this is not the case, some very large water displays are powered by floating pumps.

Should you have a larger pond we have have a range of devices that offer a variety of fountain heads and nozzles to change the style of spray. The Oase Air Flo can handle large quantities of water and is often used on very large ponds or lakes. Using propellor technology it has a flow rate of a massive 295,000 litres per hour.