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Claytech Splash 1/2008 Fountain

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The SPLASH 1/2008 is a surface-mounted aerator which oxygenates and destratifies by drawing water through a central column and dispersing a plume of water skyward.
$2,525.00

The SPLASH 1/2008 is a surface-mounted aerator which oxygenates and destratifies by drawing water through a central column and dispersing a plume of water skyward. The twin-propeller design allows for dispersal of water both vertically and radially, enabling a greater volume of water to be dispersed into free air, facilitating a more efficient transfer of oxygen to water.

Positioning is carried out by tethering from each of the unit’s four corners to static points on a lagoon bank.

Component Construction

  • Motor Housing - Marine Brass
  • Propellers - Reinforced Plastic

The unit is supplied with a 20-metre length of marine-grade submersible electrical cable - (further length can be added on request, prior to unit dispatch, as appropriate).

Maintenance Schedule

The Acqua & Co. SPLASH 1/2008 surface-mounted aerator is a high efficiency machine designed to allow continuous operation in outdoor ponds and lakes. Due to its short motor shaft design and effective sealing arrangement, the SPLASH 1/2008 has a low maintenance requirement.

However, it is important to provide effective preventative maintenance to ensure a long life from the aerator. It is recommended that an inspection of the primary seal is performed yearly, with inspection of the secondary seal and bearings performed every two years. It is recommended that the maintenance schedule provided be followed to ensure effective management of your asset.

SKU 6000110
Brand Claytech
Range No
Manufacturer Model # SPLASH 1/2008: Complete Unit

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