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July 23, 2014

Compact Sieve

Compact Sieve

Compact Sieve

The compact Sieve is a pump fed System and gravity return to pond, this unit can be used as a pre filter for ponds or can be used with a pond skimmer.

The Compact sieve can be used for primary mechanical waste removal, such as a particle remover directly next to the pond or to a waterfall/stream return to the pond, or a mechanical particle waste pre-filter before surface mounted biological stages.
This unit can be connected to an existing pumped pond skimmer system. The unit must be mounted above pond water level.

ThisCompact Sieve can also be connected to a pond vacuum cleaner and the returned water from the vacuum cleaner can be fed into the input hose tail via a T-piece or directly for extra particle removal and saving your precious matured pond water.

Product Specifications:

  • Stainless steel sieve: 24.5cm wide, 40cm long, and has slots of 250 micron.
  • Pumping speed up to a max of 2000 gallons p/h.
  • Output and overflow are 75mm push fittings.

External Dimensions:

  • Length: 50cm
  • Width: 33cm
  • Height: 56cm
This New Compact Sieve is ideal for the smaller ponds - great for ponds of up to 4,000 gallons.
SKU Description Price Order
COMSIEVE Compact Sieve £ 219.00 Add To Cart
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