905-715-2447 Spring Hours: Tuesday through Sunday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm 3301 Sideroad 10, Bradford, ON Canada
905-715-2447 Spring Hours: Tuesday through Sunday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm 3301 Sideroad 10, Bradford, ON Canada

Oase Biosmart Pond Filters Now in Stock

Oase Biosmart Pond Filters Now in Stock

Oase Biosmart Pond filters are multi-stage mechanical and biological filtration systems packed with convenient features that make maintenance fast and easy – all in a compact package.

The Oase Biosmart 5000 is suitable for ponds up to 5000 gallons, while the Biosmart 10000 will filter larger ponds, up to 10,000 gallons. these filters are available with or without a UV clarifier.

During biological filtration, the water is channelled through a series of high surface area filters foams that create a special environment by allowing the settling of beneficial bacteria. During this stage, harmful ammonia and nitrites are converted to nitrates, which are removed by plant life.
The unique filter design channels debris and sludge to the bottom of the filter preventing clogging of the filter foams. This sludge can be easily removed via built-in the sludge drain.

Built-in Cleaning Mechanism
Filter foams are easily cleaned with built-in cleaning mechanism, so there is no need to remove the filter foams. Simply turn off your pump, pull on the cleaning handles a few times and drain the sludge from the filter.

 

Distinct Filter Zones
Oase Biosmart Filters feature distinct filter zones and filter foams with different coarseness that promote the colonization of the beneficial bacteria responsible for different phases of the nitrogen cycle, increasing the conversion of harmful ammonia and nitrite in the pond.

 

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About the author

Graduated from the University of Guelph with a B.Sc. (Hons) Marine Biology. With over 30 years experience in the aquarium / pond industry, his passion for fish includes ponds, marine aquariums and water features of all sizes. Previous work includes Ripley’s Aquarium, the Toronto Zoo, Bass Pro Shops, Rainforest Cafe and the National Museum of Kenya.

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