What is a pond spitter?

What is a pond spitter?

The pond boss Fish Spitter, with a blue color finish, is a decorative way to add aeration to your water feature. The spitter adds oxygen to the water to create an optimal, thriving environment for plants and fish.

How does a pond spitter work?

Pond spitters come in a range of materials, styles and designs, but their goal is simple – to “spit” water into a pond. As the name implies, a garden pond spitter does exactly what it says on the tin – they literally “spit” water into your pond!

Can you put a fountain in a pond?

Many pond problems are solved by installing a fountain. It has a recirculating, submersible electric pump with a spray jet that spews the water as high as you like while aerating the pond at the same time. Shawn Roose is president of a company that installs pond fountains and says there are many benefits to having one.

Are pond fountains good for fish?

Fish require adequate water aeration and circulation, both of which is enhanced by adding a pond fountain. The continuous flow of the water plus the presence of oxygen are both essential to keeping the fish healthy. In addition, your water plants will be healthier, too.

What is a fountain spout?

Fountain spouts are an ideal way to customize your pool, or create a gorgeous custom fountain. Pair with pool water bowls, the perfect planters, or let your fountain spouts shine on their own.

How do you fit a pond spitter?

How to Install a Pond Spitter

  1. Step 1 – Choose the Spitter. When choosing a spitter consider the size in proportion to your pond.
  2. Step 2 – Attach the Tube. Attach the tube to the spitter.
  3. Step 3 – Install the Pump. Place the pump in the water.
  4. Step 4 – Connect the Electricity.

What are the benefits of having a fountain in your pond?

The Benefits of Having a Lake Or Pond Fountain

  • Improve your overall water quality.
  • Helps to control and reduce excessive algae growth.
  • Removes bad odors.
  • Enhances the habitat of the fish life.
  • Decreases mosquito activity.
  • Reduces the accumulation of bottom sediment.

Should you put a fountain in a wildlife pond?

Can I have a waterfall or a fountain? Either or both is fine but they are not necessary. However, water cascading over rocks can have a filtering effect and add oxygen to the water.

What is a water scupper?

A scupper is an opening in the side walls of a vessel or an open-air structure, which allows water to drain instead of pooling within the bulwark or gunwales of a vessel, or within the curbing or walls of a building.

How deep does a pond need to be for a fountain?

A small garden pond with a waterfall should be deep enough that the bog and aquatic plants’ soil are under 3 to 6 inches of water. Generally, garden ponds are 18 to 24 inches deep.

Why do you need a pond spitter fountain?

A spitter fountain adds water movement and creates a whimsical focal point in an existing water garden or water feature. Pond spitters can also be incorporated into traditional landscapes when combined with a small reservoir to add a relaxed element to any garden with limited space.

How tall is a full size pond spitter?

Our pond spitters are made from polyresin, cast stone, bronze or brass and can vary in size from a tiny 4 inch tall frog to herons that stand approximately 29 inches tall or taller. We do carry unique animal fountain spouters as well such as alligators and hippos so be sure to check with us regularly to see what we’ve added.

What kind of pump does a fish spitter use?

Aquascape Toucan pond water spitter spurts water from the birds mouth.. Looks like real brass, but made out of a poly-resin material. Which makes it affordable, easy to install, lightweight and UV resistant. Comes with a 90 GPH pump and tubing.

What kind of spitter do you need for a waterfall?

Aquascape decorative spitters are made from high quality, sturdy polyresin that is light-weight and UV and heat resistant. This material is also ideal for taking on the texture, shape, and finish of real brass and stone at a fraction of the cost and maintenance. Set up in your pond or waterfall to add a unique touch to your water feature.