Koi Pond Filters By Poly Phoenix Fiberglass Products

About our Fiberglass Koi Pond Filters

Our range of fibreglass Koi pond filters are manufactured under the strictest factory conditions to ensure each and every fibreglass Koi pond filter is manufactured to the highest standards and specification.

Our fibreglass koi pond filters range from 3 mm to 7 mm in thickness and is manufactured in 2 sections. The join line is then reinforced so as to ensure the structural integrity of your fibreglass koi pond filter.

More About Filters

All of our fibreglass koi pond filters are tested severely prior to dispatch to ensure your filter runs optimally.

Our Swimming pool sand filters, koi pond sand filters and commercial sand filters are all fitted with a multiport valve and site glass for ease of operation.

As fibreglass has a non-porous surface your fibreglass filter will be free of algae build up for much longer. Another major advantage of fibreglass is due to the fact that fibreglass is chemically inert, your fiberglass filter will have a much longer life span

Our Range Of Fiberglass Sand Filters Include:

Why do you need a filter for your Koi pond?

Koi spend the entirety of their lives in a pond; and they eat, sleep, and poop there. Imagine if you spent your entire life in 1 room. You would quickly have lots of trash and leftover food and—would need to go to bathroom.

If you put yourself in a Koi's position, it is easy to understand why a filter is critical for a pond. However, I often see ponds with no filter. In many cases, hobbyists think they have a good-sized filter for their pond; but it turns out it is not big enough at all. Every Koi pond must have an appropriate filter system so that the Koi can live healthy and comfortably.

Benefits Of Our Koi Pond Filters

Phoenix Fibreglass range of fibreglass filters are manufactured using the latest technology therefore all of our fibreglass filters are

How a Koi Pond Sand Filter Works

Sand filters force water upward through a bed of sand. This causing "liquification," whereby the sand takes on liquid properties. When the sand particles get suspended just right, their functional surface area increases, encouraging the growth of bacteria that break down ammonia -- a nitrogen compound that koi produce as biological waste -- into less-toxic compounds. Most commercial sand filters include screens to filter out large debris, providing mechanical filtration as a by-product.

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