Pond filter

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This popped up on my fb news feed and was wondering what you all thought of it, says 4000 gph, and is good for 2500 gal pond under normal fish bio load and 1500 gal under high bio load price is right at $109.


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DRACO replied the topic: Re:Pond filter

sorry, i never had used a filter like that in a pond....
but i had help a friend who built a pond where we used a submersible pump
to throw the water far behind the pond with an elevated chamber having plenty of filter media...
everything works fine until now...

normally... UV is just a waste of resources... good water circulation is always a must!
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vogey replied the topic: Re:Pond filter

It looks like a big canister filter minus a pump to me I was thinking it would be a nice big filter for a tank way more then enough for just about any tank I found submersible pumps from 1200gph to 2800 gph for less then $40 if I get the 620 gallon tank I'm looking at this is route I probly will go

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