Whether you’re building a new pond or you’re upgrading your existing one, choosing a pump and filter that’s up to the job should be your number one priority - after all they are responsible for keeping your pond clean and healthy; allowing your fish to thrive in their environment.
The size of your pond will often determine which type of pump and filter you should choose, as each are designed to produce various flow rates to accommodate different sized ponds.
Within a pond setup, you’ll have a pump to draw the water from the pond which will then be transported up to the filtration system, which will work to remove any debris and clean the water, before it’s added back into the pond via a return system. As the pump and filter work together to circulate and oxygenate the water in your fish pond, it’s important to choose pumps and filters that are fully compatible to maintain the health of your pond.
To make the process simpler, we also offer a range of pump and filter kits to take the hassle of finding two which are compatible away. You can find more information on our kits over at our pump and filter kits page.