Lake Management Products

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Water Treatments

ClearLake™ water treatments are designed to naturally treat ponds and lakes keeping muck away, controlling odor and keeping water clean, clear and healthy.

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Solar Aeration

Solaer® aeration systems are perfect for areas where no electricity if available or if you want to save on electricity costs. Features 20 hour run time, battery back-up and built in timer.

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Electric Aeration

ProLake™ aeration systems offer rugged durability with sleek, user friendly design. Features a no fade or chip, sound-deadening cabinet that surrounds power-packed ½ HP compressors, pressure gage and multi-feature timer.

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Industrial Aeration

ProLake5 industrial aeration packages include up to 370 CFM blowers, heat-tolerant airline and up to 20 diffusers. ProLake5 systems are extremely versatile and customizable for tough applications like fracking, wastewater treatment and waste lagoons.

Solar Aeration
Solaer® solar aeration, the longest running solar system on the market!

Competing solar systems only run when the sun is out. But with Solaer® you have up to 20 hours of run time any given day.

Water Treatments
Treat more for less with ClearLake™ bacteria and enzyme products.

Many bacteria and enzyme products require 20-50 pounds per one acre. ClearLake™ treatments only require a few pounds to keep lakes and pond clean, clear, and muck-free.

Electric Aeration
ProLake™ aeration, timely and stylish.

ProLake™ electric, diffused aeration systems are the ONLY systems with a built-in, programmable timer, housed in an ultra-stylish, sound-deadened cabinet.

Pond Analysis
The good, the bad, and the ugly.

Ever wonder if your pond is worse than what you think? Let us help with a FREE POND ANALYSIS. With just a few short questions, our experts can let you know if your pond is good, bad, or ugly, and then provide custom solutions to any issues you might have.

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