Airmax PondAir Aeration Kits deliver essential oxygen and circulation to ponds up to 2,000 gallons. Designed as a complete aeration solution, the PondAir™ contains everything you need to introduce aeration to small water gardens and features with a quick and simple installation.
- Circulates & oxygenates up to 2,000 gallons of water
- Includes flexible airline, air stones and check valves
- Compact yet efficient diaphragm compressor consumes as little as 4 watts
High Efficiency Aeration Pump: Running on as little as 4 watts, these whisper-quiet diaphragm aeration pumps are the heart and soul of our PondAir™ aeration units. Costing virtually nothing to run, you can feel good about providing constant aeration to your pond.
Airflow Control Dial: Dial-in aeration output with the twist of your finger. The airflow control dial enables you to restrict airflow to your pond when desired without the need for tools or stone adjustments. Simply turn the dial to restrict airflow or run the aeration pump at full output for maximum aeration.
Black Vinyl Airline: Flexible black vinyl airline allows for strategic air stone placement to maximize air and water circulation. PondAir™ vinyl airline has an approximate inside diameter of 1/8” and is packaged in 30’ lengths.
Directional Check Valves: Water tends to climb aeration airlines when your aeration pump is powered down. Airflow check valves allow oxygen to travel outwards from the aeration pump while preventing water from traveling into the lines when not in use to prevent potential water damage to your aeration unit.
Air Stone Diffusers: Designed to improve oxygen absorption, these 2” diameter air stones create ultra-fine air bubbles that infuse oxygen directly into the water column.
PondAir™ Aeration Kit Specs
Pond Size (Gal) Up to 1,000 Up to 2,000
- Air Stones: 2 4
- Max Depth: 2' 2'
- Air Flow: 0.15 CFM 0.30 CFM
- Wattage: 4 Watts 8 Watts
- *Monthly Cost: $0.20 (24/7) $0.40 (24/7)
*Monthly Operating Cost was calculated at $0.07 per kilowatt hour. Please note that costs will vary depending on location.
Maintenance: Replacing your worn or damaged diaphragms will restore air output and keep your PondAir™ Aeration Kit running like new. Replacing the diaphragm yearly is recommended