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Pond Pumps

Submersible and external pond pumps for waterfalls, fountains and ponds.


Pumps by Manufacturer

High efficiency pond pumps are higher quality, will last longer and use less electricity. If project budget constraints are a concern, use a less expensive low efficiency pond pump. Pond pumps should be run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to keep the ecosystem functioning properly. Choosing a pond pump for a water garden should be based on a few job requirements. Desired flow, pumping height and electrical costs are all factors that need to be considered. The higher a pond pump needs to push the water, the less flow you are going to get out of that pond pump. The pond pump should turn the water over at least once an hour.



 

UNITED PUMP

United Pump Submersible or inline pond pumps, for decorative ponds, fountains, waterfalls and aquariums. Energy saving, low operating cost, mag driven rotor.

 

  United Pump UP-1150

 

Jebao

Jebao Pumps™ are ideal for general pond and waterfall use, as it is designed for a wide range of functions. It can be used in waterfalls, fountains, ponds, filtration systems, and special applications. All units come with a 2 Year Warranty.

 

Jebao Pond Pump

LEADER PUMPS

Oil free, continuous duty pump. Double ball bearings for high efficiency and quiet operation. Capacitor start motor for instant torque. Ceramic shaft sleeve and triple seals provide extended life in abrasive environments. 16' cord. Includes threaded elbow which changes outlet to 1.5" FPT

 

Leader Pumps Clear Answer Solid Answer

 

Linzea Pumps

The Linzea 4100 pump is the replacement for your 115v or 230v 1/2HP pump on the Eco Series Fountains.
115v or 230v
1 Year Warranty
 

 

Linzae 1/2 HP Pump

 

CAL PUMP

CAL PUMP Direct drive waterfall pumps, magnetic drive waterfall pumps and the Torpedo Pond Pump, a high-flow / low-profile energy efficient pump.

 

CalPump Torpedo Pump

 

 

 

Industrial Pumps

Low maintenance, heavy duty, anti-clog pumps for  ponds, waterfalls and industrial applications.

 

stainless steel waterfall pump

 

DANNER SUPREME PUMPS

Pondmaster Magnetic Drive Utility Pond Pumps with pre-filter. Can be used submerged or in-line (externally), and have a two year limited warranty.

 

 

 

Danner Supreme Magnetic Drive Pump

 

SEQUENCE PUMPS

Sequence external pond pumps can serve a wide variety of water transfer and re-circulation applications. They are designed to operate efficiently over a wide range of flows and pressures.

Sequence Pump 750

 

For a Pond Rule of Thumb - The Length of tubing is also an important factor when choosing a pump. Every 10’ of horizontal tubing equals the same restrictions as 1’ of lift.

Making the right choice:

The splashing music of water as it moves and recirculates adds to the appeal of a water feature. It takes the right size pond pump of fountain pump to move water from a pool through tubing or pipes and other equipment to a waterfall, fountain, or stream. You need to know how you plan to use a pump in order to choose the right type and size for the job as well as how water will flow and how much resistance it will meet along the way.

Ease the selection of your pumps by answering these questions:

What kind of water feature do you envision? How will you use the pond pump? How many gallons per hour (gph) will it require? What size is the water feature? How much water will flow through the pump? How many gph are needed to operate the feature? What else will the pump do? Will it recirculate water through a filter, through a fountain, over a waterfall, or in a stream? For features where water returns downhill to the pond, how high above the water surface is the point where water discharges in a waterfall? What is the width of water flowing over the spillway? How thick a sheet of water do you want going over the spillway? What are the requirements of the filtering system? How many gph does it take to properly operate the filter? Will your feature include fish? If so, how many and what size? A big fish population indicates the need for a biological filter. After deciding on a filter, ask how many gph are needed to operate the bio filter. If your design includes a fountain, how many gph are required to operate the type of fountain you chose? When shopping for a pump consider the following characteristics: How many gph does it recirculate at the height and horizontal distance required? How much electricity does it use? The power consumption of pond pumps varies so much that an energy-efficient model can save enough electricity to pay for itself in one or two seasons of operation. Compare the amperage (amps) and wattage (watts) of competing pond pumps to determine relative efficiency of energy consumption. The lower the amps and watt, the less electricity a pond pump consumes.

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