PondMaster Deep Water Air Pumps

PondMaster SKU: 04520


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Deep Water Air Pumps

The Pondmaster air pumps have been redesigned to satisfy the requirements of a multitude of water-related applications.  The non-oil lubricated motor is designed to operate efficiently and save energy.  For outdoor applications, it is recommended that the unit be enclosed to protect it from the elements.  Air tubing needs to match air pump outlet size.  

  • Energy efficient
  • High volume with steady air flow
  • Quiet operation
  • Air diffuser (shown below) included (tubing not included) For models AP-20 and AP-40, Air Diffuser Kit AP14575 is a perfect addition because it includes 20' of 5/8" tubing.  Self-Weighted Airline and Black Vinyl Tubing is also available..
  • 6' Cord
  • 1 Year Warranty

Available in 4 sizes:

  • AP-20 2,500 Gallon Pond, Maximum Depth - 7 feet
  • AP-40 5,000 Gallon Pond, Maximum Depth - 10 feet
  • AP-60 7,000 Gallon Pond, Maximum Depth - 9.6 feet
  • AP-100 10,000 Gallon Pond, Maximum Depth - 11.5 feet

Owner's Manual & Replacement Parts

PondMaster Air Pump Owner's Manual 

PondMaster Air Pump Replacement Diaphragms can be purchased as well:

  • 14525 - Replacement Diaphragm for the AP-20
  • 14545 - Replacement Diaphragm for the AP-40
  • 14555 - Replacement Diaphragm for the AP-60
  • 14565 - Replacement Diaphragm for the AP-100

Replacement Manifolds (Diffuser) 

PondMaster Air Pump Replacement Air Diffusers 

Aeration Tubing

PondMaster DIffuser for Deep Water Air Pumps

Air Pump Specifications

Pondmaster Air Pump SpecificationsTroubleshooting

If you have loss of airflow, check the following:

  • Has the air flow regulator (if applicable) been adjusted? Make sure that the air flow regulator hasn’t been turned down.
  • Is the air filter blocked? This can happen if the compressor is placed in a dusty area.
  • Are there leaks or blockages in the airline? Check the airline for any signs of leaks or clogging.
  • Is the airline kinked? Make sure there are no kinked restricting air flow.
  • Are the air stones clogged? Over time air stones can become clogged and may need to be cleaned or replaced. (Item #160161)
  • If all of the above has been checked and you still have reduced air flow, then more than likely the diaphragm will have to be replaced.

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