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80000LPH Velda T-Flow Anti-Algae Pond Filter

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WF10309
£211.99
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80000LPH Velda T-Flow Anti-Algae Pond Filter

T-Flow Tronic is a revolutionary system which removes fibrous and slimy algae from your garden pond permanently. Owing to the sophisticated water flow its operation is quite effective and extremely easy to dose. With the help of a microprocessor pulses are generated, which are guided to the core of the T-Flow Tronic. This causes positively charged copper ions to be released.

These copper ions control algae in a natural way already at a low concentration. A copper content of 0.2 tot 0.3 ppm is sufficient to remove fibrous algae and to stop their growth.

Note: Needs corresponding pump to work.

Features

  • This will rid your pond of suspended algae and blanket weed too, leading to a clear and healthy pond which you can enjoy
  • Using the microprocessor controlled display unit, pulses are generated which are fed to the core of the T flow. These pulses positively charge copper ions which are released. This process is known as mineralisation
  • Pond Content: under 5,000 litres
  • Pump Capacity: 20,00 - 80,00 litres per hour
  • Recommended pump: Green Line 6000


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Tips on Installation and Maintenance

A lot of water features come pre-assembled for the most part, with just a little hose/pump connecting to do before plugging it in to a solar panel or mains socket. Some of our bigger ones require wiring in a plug (which might involve a Part P Certified electrician), but otherwise all instructions will be included.

If you've got any questions, why not check out our Installation Guide for tips on installation location, power and even style tips!

The core of the T-Flow Tronic consists of an anode, made from a mineral copper alloy developed by Velda and a cathode made from stainless steel.

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Why X?

Why Mains Power?

The traditional way to install a water feature is to connect it to your main power supply, although solar powered water features are a great option, there are also benefits to choosing a mains powered feature.

  • Main power is better to effectively run larger water features. These tend to have higher energy requirements, so a mains connection is required for reliable usage.

  • Mains powered water features allow for prolonged use. Solar panels only last as long as they have stored up power and will only work if there is good weather. Mains powered water features will work in any weather and in limited sunlight.

Power Source Mains
Location Goes in a pond
Type Pumps
Material Plastic
Spring Checklist Ponds

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