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Aeration Q&As

Why do the flappers keep getting little holes in them?

Damage can be caused by the unit operating in a dusty environment. Change the air filter pad regularly. Click here for aeration spare parts.

The output of my Koi Air pump has decreased, where can I obtain spares from?

It is possible that you require an Annual Maintenance Kit, which consists of all the parts you require to get the most from the air pump. Click here to find the parts you need.

Why is my Koi Air pump so noisy?

The Koi Air pumps have a large motor, which will produce more noise than smaller air pumps.  If the noise level is unacceptable, housing the unit inside a brick outbuilding, such as a garage, rather than a shed, may be preferable.  It is also intended that the majority of the outlets will be utilised.  If you only require one or two outlets, we would suggest that our Pond Oxygentaor Kits may be more suitable for your environment.

What do I do if my Koi Air is noisy?

The Koi Air pumps are very large and designed for use primarily in Koi ponds or very large ponds, which may be heavily stocked and have a high oxygen requirement.  The large motor will produce more noise than smaller air pumps.  If the noise level is unacceptable, housing the unit inside a brick outbuilding, such as a garage, rather than a shed, may be preferable.

In purchasing the pump, it is expected that most of the outlets will be utilised.  If you only require one or two outlets, we would suggest that our Pond Oxygenator Kits may be more suitable for your requirements.

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