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Savio Livingponds Waterfall Filter 100

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The Livingponds Waterfall Filter provides complete, low maintenance bio-mechanical filtration for ponds. They create a 22" waterfall that looks great at the top of waterfall or stream, or right next to the pond.

The cylindrical design of the filter puts pond water into a self-cleaning, highly dynamic "spin cycle". This process removes the heaviest debris before it gets to the filter media, and ensures that water is evenly distributed throughout the filter chamber.

All Savio Livingponds filters use Savio Springflo that resists clogging, compaction and channelling.  If your looking for less maintenance in a filter then this is it. For cleaning just open the non skid lid shake the SpringFlo Media and open the bottom drain (optional).
 
  • Livingponds Waterfall Filter 100
  • Max. Pond Size - 5000 gal.
    (*Average Fish Stocks)
  • Max. Pond Size - 2000 gal.
    (Koi/*High Fish Stocks)
  • Flow Rate - 500 - 5000 GPH
  • Type - Gravity Fed External
  • Inlet / Outlet - 1 1/2" / 22" Waterfall Weir
  • Dimensions (L x W x H) - 22" x 23.5" x 30.5"
  • Warranty - 5 Years
*Average Fish Stock- Less than 10" of fish per 100 Gallons
*High Fish Stock - Koi or more than 10" of fish per 100 Gallons
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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This is a quality filter. The housing is sturdy and will not be deformed when buried in the ground. The included filter material cleaned my water very quickly. It is important to attach a liner to the front of the unit, as shown in the installation instructions, because I have a slight leak between the weir and the housing that I can not get rid of.
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Reviewed by:  from Virginia. - 10/20/2013
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