Airmax® EasySet™ Direct Burial Airline

Airmax® SKU: 510120

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Airmax EasySet 5/8 Inch Direct Burial Airline features a rigid wall, making it highly resistant to crushing or deforming over time. Great for extending your aeration system's reach when power sources are away from the pond's edge. This airline can easily be hidden underground when aeration airline has to pass over land before reaching the water. Available in 100-foot rolls.
  • Extend the Reach of Aeration Systems
  • Designed for Underground Installations
  • Crush Resistant Tubing
  • 5-Year Warranty

WHEN TO USE

Designed to carry airflow from the air compressor to the edge of the pond where it can easily be connected to a weighted airline. Airmax EasySet Direct Burial Airline should only be used in underground applications when aeration airline has to pass over land before reaching the water.


HOW TO USE

When installing an Airmax Aeration System away from the pond's edge, connect Airmax EasySet Direct Burial Airline at the cabinet using 5/8 to 5/8 inch airline connector kit. Dig a trench about 6-12 inches and remove exposed rocks or debris. Place Airmax EasySet Direct Burial Airline in the trench from the compressor to the pond's edge. This airline can be cut with a utility knife if needed. At the pond, use an airline connector kit to connect Airmax EasySet Direct Burial Airline to Airmax EasySet Weighted Airline before it reaches the diffuser plate under the water.


PRECAUTIONS

When used with an Airmax Aeration System a maximum airline length of 1,000 feet per plate is recommended. Airmax EasySet Direct Burial Airline has a 5/8 inch inside diameter and easily attaches to both 5/8 and 5/8 inch Weighted Airline via the proper size airline connector kit. 5/8 inch diameter airline should be used when running a single airline longer than 300 feet or when more than 600 feet total of the airline is being used on your aeration system.

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