Pond Waterfall Filter

TetraPond pond waterfall filter kit
Product No. 26596-00
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Making a waterfall for a pond is fast and easy.

The TetraPond® Waterfall Filter creates beautiful waterfalls quickly and easily. The mesh bag allows for the addition of bio-media (6-8 liters of Bio-Activators) for effective filtration for ponds up to 1000 gallons. Easy to install and blend into landscape. Use with pumps 500 to 4500 GPH. 2-year limited warranty.

Hi just like most of the questions above I need the fitting to attach 1 1/4 tubing to the tetra pond 26596 waterfall spillway.Apparently it is not included. How and where can I get one?

Asked by: Marshmallow
Hi Marshmallow, Actually, it is indeed included in the bag of parts that comes with the kit, normally. Most requests are due to folks losing or breaking an adapter. We will reach out to you directly. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-05-11

What are the dimensions of the adapter, presently I have a 1" hose attached and am going to a 1.5" hose. I have lost my adapter and would like to find a replacement.

Asked by: mscott5623
I'll email you directly as we can send one to you free of charge. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-05-05

I am missing my adaptor that screws on to attach the hose to the TetraPond 26596 Waterfall Filter . Where can I purchase one? Thank you.

Asked by: Sue M
We do not sell that directly, but we do have it to send out. Please contact us via 1-800-526-0650. We will also reach out via email. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2017-03-27

I have been using my waterfall filter with 1 inch tubing and wanted to go to the 1900gph pump and use the larger size tubing but I have misplaced the adapter that screws into the waterfall that would allow me to do that. Do you offer that part for sale?

Asked by: Rob623
Not at this time, no, but we do have them for sending out. I will reach out to you directly. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-09-19

How wide is spillway

Asked by: Paparon
12". BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-08-15

Where can I get a 1 1/4 adapter for my tetra falls unit?

Asked by: Danc
This is not sold separately, unfortunately. We would send one to you, free of charge. I will email you. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-06-07

pond filters for indoor 100g turtle tank

hi. i have a large res turtle in a 100g tank indoors. my eheim canister just broke and i want to improve my setup and start anew...specifically with stronger filtration. i was hoping you could recommend a setup for my turtle. i was hoping on a waterfall filter, a prefilter, and a pump. because turtles are so dirty, i want a setup for a 300-400g tank. i would appreciate any assistance or advice you could give me on how to proceed. thank you!
Asked by: january18
You have come to the right place as I am nicknamed Crazy Turtle Lady! I only own one, but have rescued and re-homed several, and a very good friend runs a turtle rescue, so let's just say I'm pretty knowledgeable about these cute, interesting animals. If you are planning an actual aquarium for this 300 gallon system, I would recommend one with corner overflows, and a canister filter plumbed into each end. (I use the Magniflow 360 for my turtle's 90 gallon tank, works like a charm, we make it under our Marineland brand). Since you indicated you wanted more like a pond set up, the other way to go would be with something like a stock tank used for watering cattle, horses, etc. This is obviously not as attractive, but many people set them up in their basement for their turtles. With this set up, I would recommend a Tetra Pond Submersible box filter filled with lava rock as well as the pads that come with it, attached to a Water Garden Pump 325 or preferably the 550. The pump could then pump out to our waterfall filter which can also house lava rock as well as filter media. This would sit outside on the edge of the tank. If you wanted something more for inside an actual aquarium I do not know of a prefilter I would recommend. I would still use a canister filter, no matter what, and you could build a waterfall at one end, and direct the canister tubing to return over the waterfall. To build the waterfall, plexiglas and styrofoam both work well, then attach rock as needed or build it up in front of the wall. There are also ways of gluing rock in, but that is pretty difficult. Extend the tubing down, if necessary, by attaching a hose clamp and vinyl tubing to the outlet after removing the diffuser. This is what I did with my tank, to quiet the noise. I do not have a waterfall, but you could easily create one this way. For more ideas, visit www.turtlerescues.com. Julie has lots of ponds and aquariums for her turtle enclosures. She typically uses our canister filters. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2016-02-05

Can this sit on the plant shelf of a pond?

Asked by: marksfam
That depends on how wide it is, but yes, it should be able to. You just need a flat, stable surface about 18" wide. Most plant shelfs are not that wide, would be the only issue I could see. BREX
Answered by: BREX
Date published: 2015-10-07
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