Bergen Water Gardens is proud to offer the finest UV sterilizers on the market: the SMART UV Sterilizer by Emperor Aquatics, Inc. Ultraviolet sterilization is the ultimate solution to “green water” in your pond. For koi keepers who demand “gin clear” water the use of a UV sterilizer is standard equipment for your Koi Pond. At the correct dosage and flow rate, UV sterilization will also kill harmful pathogens and bacteria which may cause significant health problems to your koi.
- SMART UV Sterilizers clear pond water of algae blooms in 3-5 days guaranteed while protecting your pond against common waterborne pathogens, viruses, bacteria and protozoa for clearer, healthier water.
- SMART UV Sterilizer models are designed for space conscious pond keepers with smaller koi ponds or water gardens
- Each SMART UV Sterilizer is made of UV resistant plastic, comes with Lifetime UV Sterilizer Housing Warranty* and features our SMART UV Ballast Power Supply, which operates the UV lamp at its peak effiency
- Models are available with Union, Barb or Socket inlet/outlet ports and optional quartz sleeve wipers.
- SMART UV Sterilizers are designed to achieve optimum germicidal disinfection, protecting your valuable Koi against harmful waterborne pathogens
- The design of Emperor’s SMART UV Sterilizers is the result of a calculated balance between equipment size, cost and performance; making SMART UV Sterilizers the best option for Koi Pond disinfection.
Robert Peszynski says
Larry at Bergen advised that I get a UV light to rid my pond of green algae. He suggested an Emperor Aquatics 80 watt unit that I plumbed directly to a dedicated Pondmaster 3200gpm submersible pump. The pond is five years old and twelve thousand gallons and not overstocked with fish. It is in full sunlight for the entire day.
It took two and a half weeks but now I can see the fish and the fish need sunglasses because they were used to swimming in green water all last year.
I had considered putting a canopy over the pond but the size I needed prevented this from being practical and it would have been costly.
Larry’s best advice that I only realized after I put my pond in was:
1) figure the amount you can spend on proper filtration
2) only then with the funds remaining, build the pond.
Bergen in the place to go for all of your pond, fish and plant related equipment and advice. There is no pressure to buy what you don’t need and the selection of Koi is the best anywhere.
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