Easypro Linear Pond Aerator - 7500 to 20,000 gallons

Easypro Linear Pond Aerator - 7500 to 20,000 gallons
Item #:LA15W
Price:$443.78
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Our EasyPro piston linear aeration kits are truly the finest systems on the market today! They offer one of the longest warranties of any air pump available because they are the best built air pump you can buy! There are several advantages to these kits:

  • Super Quiet — you can barely hear them from only 5' away
  • Super Energy Efficient — operates for only pennies per day
  • Very Reliable — motors can often run constant for five to eight years
  • Oil-less Design — provides clean, dry air with minimal maintenance
  • UL listed for outdoor use


Each Kit Includes:
  • Compressor
  • 15' of self-weighted airline
  • Air Diffuser
  • Three Year Warranty!

Product Reviews

Questions & Answers

3 Questions & 3 Answers
Dede Keach
from Royalston, MA asked:
June 24, 2017
How long of a power cord does the unit come with? We have approximately 120 feet to our electrical outlet. If we need a longer cord do you supply them? Thanks
The cord is only 3 feet or so long. However you could run 120' of poly airline to get to the water from your power source. Here is a link to the airline you could use for a longer run. We can send you connectors and hose clamps to fit it together with the weighted airline. http://www.livingwateraeration.com/pt052.html
Customer Service
on June 26, 2017

Glen
from Wild Rose WI asked:
April 6, 2017
How much would it cost a month at .10 /kwh ? Can I run 400ft of 12 gauge electric wire to it .? How many amps does this unit draw ?
These linear compressors are extremely cheap to operate. You would be looking at no more than $10 per month to operate. But to answer your question I would talk to your electrician for a solution. You can not run a longer cable or extension cord than the one that comes with it. It operates at 86 watts.
Customer Service
on April 17, 2017

Kym
from Summit Township, Ohio asked:
February 24, 2017
How does it work? Does the pump go into the water or sit on the side of the pond? I see long tubes. Does this need to work like a fountain or can I just let air bubbles flow to the surface?
The pump does not go into the water it sits on the side of the pond. The rolls of tubing you see is an airline that takes the compressed air from the compressor to the diffuser which is that long straight tubular item in front of the compressor in the picture above. It does not work like a fountain. The diffuser sits on the bottom of the pond and blows up a plume of bubbles towards the surface. You will not see anything on the surface except for the bubbles popping as the hit and swirls coming from beneath.
Customer Service
on March 3, 2017




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