Pond Tubing & Plumbing Supplies
Pond Tubing & Plumbing Supplies
There are two main types of pond tubing available which are kink-free and flexible PVC pipe. You will want to use the kink-free on small ponds or garden fountains, and the flexible PVC on everything else.
Kink-Free TubingView Product Page
Kink free pond hose requires no glue for easy installation (uses stainless steel hose clamps), will not cave in, kink, or crimp, but remains flexible, maintains optimum performance of water flow with little resistance with a smooth bore, and inhibits algae growth with its black color. Available in sizes ranging from 3/4″ to 1-1/2″.
Retails from $1.00 (per foot) to $150.99.
Flexible PVC pipeView Product Page
PVC flexible pond hose is the current standard of water feature building. Requires gluing in PVC fittings, but the result is a much better seal (gluing in fittings may seem intimidating, but it is super easy). Flexible PVC pond pipe is reinforced with a rigid PVC helix which helps protect against pipe bursts due to freezing and thawing. Works in temps -14 to 150 degrees Fahrenheit. Can be used below or above ground, and as a pond overflow pipe. Sizes available are 1″ to 3″.
Retails from $49.99 to $599.99.
PVC Primer & GlueView Product Page
PVC pond fitting cement is a high-strength, fast drying glue that cures quickly for a flexible, and water resistant seal. Can also be used for bonding flexible vinyl. Works on pond pipes up to 8″ and can be applied in wet conditions. Purple primer will soften and penetrate the surfaces of the pond pipe and fittings. To ensure the best seal possible. Works with PVC and CPVP pond tubing.
Retails for $6.99 to $11.99.
Bulkhead FittingsView Product Page
Bulkheads are one of those pond pump pipe fittings that just about every project needs. Common in pond plumbing, filters, tank walls, and aquariums. Available in three different sizes: 1-1/2″, 2″ and 3″.
Retails from $14.99 to $49.99.
PVC Ball ValvesView Product Page
When you want to tweak the flow of your waterfall or stream a ball valve is perfect. Couples together with your pond pipe and allows full flow, partial flow, or zero flow. Available in three different sizes: 1-1/2″, 2″ and 3″.
Retails from $18.99 to $89.99.
PVC Check ValvesView Product Page
PVC check valves are great for ensuring water doesn’t flow in the incorrect direction. Which is important when you have a elevated filter and shut the pump off. Available in three different sizes: 1-1/2″, 2″ and 3″.
Retails from $26.99 to $69.99.
Triton PVC Check ValvesView Product Page
These Triton PVC check valves where made specially for ponds. Featuring a swing style or “flap gate” with a union inlet that hooks up to the water feature pipe. The outlet has a union as well with a built in 90 elbow. Works on 1-1/2″ and 2″ pump pipe outlets with Schedule 40 fittings.
Retails from $66.84 to $154.25.
Auto Fill Valve BoxView Product Page
Box style pond autofill valves are great for adding a fill valve when you do not have a pond skimmer. The auto fill box installs inside the pond and adjusts the water level to the height that you place it. Includes a 1″ overflow and works valves up to 13″ long (pond autofill valve sold separately below)
Retails for $84.19.
Brass Auto Fill valvesView Product Page
High quality brass pond auto fill valves are great for fountain basins, pondless water features, valve boxes, or inside skimmers. Heavy-duty construction is more durable than the plastic pond fill valves. Features adjustable rods and arms. Works best with 35 PSI water pressure. Comes in four different models (1/2″ to 1.5″ with 8″ to 19.5″ arms).
Retails from $47.99 to $199.99.
Plastic Auto Fill ValveView Product Page
Affordable automatic pond filler installs a few inches below the water line and maintains a consistent level. Also works great as an automatic fountain filler inside basins.
Retails for $35.99.
Box Style Auto Fill ValveView Product Page
Box fill valves are great for tight spaces and ensuring floating debris does not cause problems. Can be mounted in a skimmer, vault, or fill box. Connects to 1/2″ vinyl pond tubing and provides 245 GPH of water flow at a maximum of 55 PSI.
Retails for $44.99.
Bottom DrainsView Product Page
Installing a pond bottom drain is like adding a toilet to your koi pond. They pull waste from the bottom of the pond into your filter. With the additional option of adding aeration through built-in diffusers. We have drains in 2″, 3″ and 4″ models.
Retails from $59.99 to $379.99.
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