Customers can install a solar system to power our products, however the most cost effective method is typically permanent utility power unless you reside in a remote area.
120 and 240-volt single-phase power are two of the most common voltages available for lake or pond fountain power. This is generally what is available in nearly all residential properties. 240 volt is marginally more efficient but the main advantage is that your wire size is substantially smaller when compared to a similar rated 120-volt [...]
Any fountain that sprays water into air will aerate the water, however fountain manufacturers such as ourselves often differentiate aerating and lake fountains. The main distinction of an aerating fountain is it moves a substantially larger volumes of water than a lake fountain. An aerating fountain is often called a surface aerator, floating aerator, aerating [...]
Overloads are used to protect your lake fountain or pond aerator motor from higher than normal running current. They can trip even on a motor that is in good running condition. A couple of common reasons for overloads to trip are if you experience a power surge or sag in power or if a pump [...]