Pond Ionizers work by releasing a mix of copper ions into flowing water. Most have a control panel that tells a replaceable probe when to slowly dissolve. The ions in the water from the probe help filter the water to get rid of string algae and lower maintenance and the need for liquid pond water treatments. Ionizers are easy to install on new or existing water features by simply adding to the plumbing.
Aquascape IongenView Product Page
The Aquascape Iongen copper pond ionizer comes with an outdoor-rated transformer, electronic control panel, probe fittings, flow chamber, alkalinity test kit, copper test kit, and owner manual.
Depending on pond volume and operated ionization level, probes usually last 1-3 years. Energy efficient with running costs of less than $1 per month and works on ponds up to 25,000 gallons. Retails for $379.98
Atlantic Triton Pond IonizerView Product Page
Atlantic Triton Ionizer also helps reduce maintenance and is safe for plants and fish. LED control panel allows to control mineralization, and copper electrodes can be replaced without tools.
It comes with a one year warranty and retails for $299.98
ProEco Pond IonizerView Product Page
You won’t get all the bells and whistles with this ProEco IO Series copper pond ionizer, but you will get the function without the heavy price tag. Anodes usually last 1-3 pond seasons depending on usage, just like the others.
Includes 2″ T-fitting and retails for $146.98
Atlantic Triton Copper Test StripsView Product Page
Atlantic Triton copper test strips. 50 pH, alkalinity, and copper test strips per package.
Last up to two years from born on date on bottle.
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